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CAREEN'S 

CONNECTICUT 
I ANNUAL REGISTER, 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 

1841: 

' TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AN ALMANAC. 

CONTAINING ALSO 
ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS, TOWN OFFICERS, CORPORATE INSTITUTIONS 
FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS PURPOSES, STATISTICAL TABLES, 
AND A VARIETY OF OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



No. 51. 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN, EAST WINDSOR. 
SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

1841. 



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CONNECTICUT 

ANNUAL REGISTER, 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 

1841 : 

TO WHICFI IS PREFIXED 

AN ALMANAC. 

CONTAINING ALSO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS, TOWN OFFICERS, CORPORATE INSTITUTIONS 
FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS PURPOSES, STATISTICAL TABLES' 
AND A VARIETY OF OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



No. 51. 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN, EAST WIND.'^OR. 
SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATK. 

1841. 



■^^f& 



Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL GREEN, 

in the office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



Printed by 

CASE, TIFFANY &, BURNHAM, 

Pcarl'St., Hartford. 



£clipses ifii the year 1$41« 

There will be this year four eclipses of the sun, 
and two of the moon, and occur in the foil jwing order, 
viz : 

1. January 22, an eclipse of the sun at Oh 12.Gm 
in the evening; here invisible, but will be seen in a 
small part of the Southern Ocean. 

2. February 5, an eclipse of the moon, visible and 
total. Beginning at 7h 29. Gm in the evening ; and 
ending llh 01 .6m. evening. 

3. February 21, an eclipse of the sun, commencing 
at 6h 29.6m in the morning, visible m the North Atlan. 
tic, East Greenland and Iceland. 

4. July 18, a small eclipse of the sun, 9h 23.6m morn- 
ing, invisible here. Will be seen in Greenland, Baffin's 
Bay, Iceland and part of North America. 

5. August 2, a total eclipse of the moon, which will 
be partly visible : beginning at 3h 12.6m in the mor- 
ning, sets, totally eclipsed, at 4h 50.6m morning; ends 
6h 2m. morning. 

6. August 16, a partial eclipse, here invisible, of the 
sun, at 4h 49.6m evening, visible in the Soutiiem 
and South Pacific Oceans. 

MORNING AND EVENING STARS. 

Venus will be evening Star till May 14 ; then morn- 
ing Star through the year. 

Mars will be morning Star till April 17 ; then evening 
Star to the close of the year. j6 f^ „^ y^f^, <r^ (~^ 

THE SEASONS. 

Spring commences March 20. 
Summer commences June 20. 
Autum commences Sept. 22. 
Winter commences Dec. 21. 



A TABLE 

Showing ike difference of High Water at several 
places from New London. 

The sixth colamn of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza. 
belhtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of Lime 
must be added — S. substracted — H. stands for hours — 
M. for minutes. 



NAMES OF PLACES. 

Amboy, S. 

Annapolis, Md. S. 
Annapolis, Novs. A. 



Albany, 
Block Island, 
New Bedford, 
Boston, 
Cape Ann, 
Cape Fear, 
Casco Bay. 
Charleston Bar, 
Fairfield, 
Frederica, 



A. 

S. 

s. 

A. 
A. 

S. 
A. 

S. 
A. 

S. 



Georgetown Bar, S. 

Guilford, A. 

Halifax. A. 

Ifell Gate, A. 

Hartford, A. 

Huntington, A. 

Ipsuich, A. 

Jamestown, A. 

Louibburg, A. 

Main Ocean, S. 

Mobile Point, A. 



NAMES OF PLACES. 

Nantucket, S 

Nevvbaryport, A. 

New Haven, A. 

New Providence, S. 
I Norwich Landing,A. 



2 45 
50 

3 
45 
6 



Penobscot, A. 

Pensacola, S. 

Philadelphia, A. 

{ Piscataway, A. 

Plvmouth, A. 

Port Royal, S:C. S. 
Portsmouth, A. 

Providence, S. 

Quebec, A. 

Rhode Island, S. 
Salem, A. 

Sandy Hook, A. 

Savann*:!!, S. 

Saybrook, A. 

St. Augustine, B. S. 
St. Johns, Newf. A. 
Tybee Bar, A. 

Williamsburg, Va. A. 
Wilmington, N. C. A. 



II. M. 

1 30 

2 45 

2 00 
1 25 

45 

3 

1 

4 20 

2 40 

1 45 

30 

2 45 

1 

3 
45 

2 45 

55 

1 12 

15 

1 25 

3 
15 

2 15 
2 15 



ROADS. 



ROADS. 



Old Road frmn Boston to 
J\\w York. 

To Carr.bridge 3 

Waiertoun 4 

Wahham 5 

Weston I 

Siinbiny 4 

Marlboiougji M 

Nortli borough ^■ 

Shre\vs[)nry / 

•Worcester C 

Leicesier 5 

Spenccr, f 

BiookfielJ, 7 

Weston 6^ 

Palmer 6 

Wilbiaham 7 

Springfield 11 

Suffiekr 14 

Windb^or 10 

Hartford 7 

Bprlin lO 

Meri den |> 

VVallinoford fi 

New Haven 9 

Milford 9 

Stratford B 

Bridg,pport 4 

Fairfield 4 

Saugatuc 6 

Noiwalk 4 

Darien 5^ 

Stamford 4| 

Horse neck 5 

Rye 5 

East Chester 10 

West Farms 4 

Harlaom Bridge 4 
New- York 



From Boston to HartM. 
Hartford to N. York 

Whole distance 



123 
112 



Harlford to JVinds.or, Vt. 

Springfield 23 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 28 

Putnpy 23 

C'harlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

Kew-London to JWwpovt, 

Westerly \5 

Tower Hill 25 

iXaraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

New-York io Washington* 



Princeton 




52 


Philadelphia 




94 


Wilmington 




123 


!insquehannah (Havr 


e) 


153 


Baltimore 




192 


Gents 




214 


Washington 




227 


Post B,oadfrwm Boston to 


Harlford, 






F'ramingham 




20 


Worcester 




18 


Slurbridge 




18 


Stafford 




16 


Vernon 




12 


Hartford ^ 




14 


Turnpike from JS/^eiv 


London 


to Froviderice and Boston, 


Mystic, Williams's 




7i 


N. Stonington, Minei 


's 


H 


Hopkinton City 




2| 


West Greenwich, Bit 


ike' 


s 15 


Piovidence 




16^ 



6 

Bostcn 



Whole distnnce 92^^ 
Fi-QTH jYciv- London lo A'or 

wick and Boston. 

To Moiitville ^ 

Norwich 6 

Jnweri's City " 8 

Plainfield 7 

Sterling 4 

Scitiiate 11 

Providence lo 

AuleboroiJgh 12 

VVnlpole 1i) 

Dedham IC 

Boston It' 

Total 10( 
From Boston to Portland 

Lynn 7 

Sale in 12 

Ipswich 7 

Kewburyport 12 

Hanij)ion U 

Portsmouth 1(| 

Kennebeck 2^^ 

Portland 27 

Total \\[ 
KeiC'London to JV. Haven 

Lyme H- 

Say brook S 

Killing worth {' 

Guilford 9> 

Brnndfoid, Jj 

New Haven i> 

Total 5f^ 

J^tw-London to Hartford. 

Monlville, 8 

" Salem, (: 

Colchester, 6 

Marlborouj^b, 8 



ROADS. 

42 Glastenburv, Wclles's 10 

Hartford ' 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

From Hartford to ."ilbunij. 

Avon 10 

^^ Hartford 10 

Winchester 8 

Norfolk 8 

N. Canaan 8 

Sheffield 14 

Great Baningtnn 6 

\V. Stockbridge 10 

Chatham 6 

Nassau Village 4 

Schodack B 

Albany, Skiiiuer's 6 

Total 94 

.KeAc Turnpike Road from JV. 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence^ R. U 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 30 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads Pi 

Thence to Norwich city 1()| 



Total 50 

From Norwich by Preslou 

&; VolmU^wn to Pro v. 53 

Thence lo Boston 42 

Total 103 
From Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady iB 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

Palatine 14 

Herkimer 17 

Utica, Shepard's 16 

Vernon 19 

Manlius 24 



ROADS. 



Marcolhis 

Skeiu'aieles 

Aiibuin 

Cayuga 

Geneva 

Gorham 

Canamlfiigiia 

East Bloom rt eld 

West Blootnfield 

Litna 5 Avow 3 

Caledonia 

Bata\ ia 

Buff:tio 276- 

From Canandaigua to 

ogiira Falls. 
Genesee River 
B a t a V i a 
BufTalo Creek 
A^iagara Falls 

112- 
From Providence to Ha 
Plainfieid 



17,VVindham 14 
lOJHarUord 30 
6| 74 

4 PoU liondfiom Flarlford to 
.5 Providmce. 

10 .Manchester 10 Coventry 6 13 

6 Man^rfield 7 Ashford tJ 15 
G Killingly Cejitre, 14 

5 Gioucesier S Scituatc 8 16 
8 Providence T.^ 

7 Total 69 i 

18 Middle Road from Boston to 

Plarlford. 

JYi- Dedham 10 

PonifiCt 47 

27^ Hartford 40 

27 97 — 

36 From Hartford to .V. Hxtven, 
21^ through Middlctown, 

Middletovvn lo 

r//'^/ Northford 12 

30 New Haven £8—11 



Distances from Washington to the Capitals 
the States --Main Post Road, 



of all 



xA^orthern Route, 

To Baltimore 38 

Wilmington, Del. 11 1 

Philadelphia 137 

Trenton, N. J. 170 

New York 227 

New Haven 304 

Middletown 329 

Hartford 336 

New London 360 

Norwich 373 

Providence 410 

Boston 436 

Portsmouth, N. H. 492 

Monipeller, Vt. 534 

Portlawd, Me. 554 

Eastport 868 



Southern Route, 

Richmond, Vn. 123 

Fayettville, N. C. 34B 

Coiumbus, Ohio, 4la 

Charleston, S C. 544 

Frankfort, Ken. 1)^5 

Indianapolis, Ind. 603 

Savannah, Geo. 657 

Murfreesboro' Ten. 708 

Vandalia, Illinois, 781 

St. Lonis, iMiso. 836 

Tuscaloosa, Alab. 850 

Vlonticcllo, INfissis. 1233 

l\ew Orleans, Lou. 1200 

Tallahassee, Florida, 896 

Little Rock, Arkansas, 1068 

Detroit, Michigan, 526 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 



Calculated and arranged aocordAng to the actual use at 
the United States Muit, Jor est'imati~tig the Value of 
Gold. 



Grains 


Standard 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight. ;ofpure 


before 1st 


after 1st 






1 gold. 


Aug. 18.34 

S c. m. 


Aug. 1834 


BRAZIL. 


pwt.gr. 




S c. m. 


Joliannes, half in pro- 










portion , 


18 




16 


17 03 8 


Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 (3y> 6 32 71 4 


Dobra, 


18 6 


401 5 


\Q 22 2 17 30 5 


Moidore, half in pro- 










portion, - 


6 2-2 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 ^ 


Crusado, 


161- 


15 8 


59 8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 










Guinea, half in propor- 










tion, _ - - 


5 9^ 


118 7 


4 79 6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, half in pro- 










portion, - ^ - 


5 3i 


113 1 


4 57 


4 87 5 


Seven shilling piece. 


1 19 


39 6 


1 60 


1 70'6 


FRANCE. 










Double Louis, coined 










before 1786, - 


10 11 224 9 


9 68 i\ 


9 69 4 


Louis, do, - 


5 5i 112 4 


4 54 l! 


4 84 4 


Double Louis, coined 






! 




since 1786. 


9 20 


212 6 


8 59 1 


9 16 3 


Louis, do. 


4 22 


106 3 


4 29 5 


4 58 1 


Double Napoleon, or 










40 francs, - 


8 7 


179 


7 23 2 


7 71 3 


Napoleon, or 20 francs, 


4 31 


89 7 


3 62 4! 


3 86 6 


COLUMBIA. 






1 




Doubloons, - 


17 8| 


360 5 


14 56 1 


15 53 8 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 

TABLE OF COINS— Continued. 







1 


Grains 


Standard 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight. 


of pure 


before 1st 


after 1st 






^ 


gold. 


Aug. 1834 


Aug. 1834 


xMEXICO. 


pwt.^r 




^ c. m. 


$ c. m. 


Doubloons, shares in 












proportion, - 


17 


8^ 


3G0 5 


14 56 


15 53 8 


PORTUGAL. 












Dobraon, 


34 


12 


759 


30 G6 6 


32 11 4 


Dobra, - - - 


18 


G 


401 5 


IG 22 2 


17 35 6 


Johannes, 


18 






16 


17 06 9 


Mo id ore,' half in pro- 












portion, 


G 23 


152 2 


G 14 9 


6 5G 


Piece of IG testoons or 












1600 rees, - 


2 


G 


49 3 


1 99 2 


2 12 5 


Old Criisado, 400 do. 




15 


13 6 


54 9 


58 G 


New do. 480 do. 




lei 


14 8 


59 8 


63 7 


Milree coined 1775, 




it)f 


18 i: 


73 2 


78 


SPAIN. 












Quadruple pistole, or 












doubloon, 1772, doub- 












le, single and shares 












in proj.ortion. - 


17 


Sh 


437 2 


15 03 


16 03 3 


Doubloon, 1801, - 


17 


9 


360 5 


14 56 


15 53 8 


Pistole, l:>Ol, - 


4 


8i 


80 1 


3 64 


3 88 3 


Coronilla. srold dollar, 












or Vinirm, 1801, 


1 


3 


22 8 


92 1 


98 2 


U. STATES OF AMERICA. 












Eas^le coin- d before Ju- 












ly 31, 18:U. - 


11 


G 


247 5 


10 


10 6G 8 


Eagle coin d after July 












31, 1834, shares in 












proportion, - 


10 


18 


232 


Uo 



10 TABLE OF INTEREST. 

TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 



1 w . 1 1 ni . I 3 m . i (3 m . 1 1 y r. 



D. C.JD. C.l D. C.JD. C. |D. C. 



Cents 



DoLLAr.s 



lOlO 0|0 

2010 

301 O'O 

4010 0|0 

50!0 OiO 

1!0 OiO 



Of 

01 


O'i 

01 



2 
3 
4 
5 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

300 

400 

500 

1000 



ojo 

0^0 

OJO 

OiO 



1 
2 
3 
5 
6 
1210 
2511 



r 







5| 
lOj 
15: 



37 

50 

62 

1 25 
























1 





2 


1 


3 


3 


6 


4 


9 


6 


12 


T 


15 


15 


30 


SO 


60 


45 


90 


60 


1 20 


75 


1 50 


50 


3 





6 


50 


9 





12 


50 


15 





30 










6 
12 
18 

24 
30 

60 

1 20 

1 80 

2 40 



O" To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product, and you will 
find the two right hand figures to be cents — the remain- 
der, on the left hand, are dollars, which is the answer. 
If there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied 
as above, you will find the two right hand figures to be 
fractions, the two next cents, and the remainder in 
dollars. 

ELECTORS' MEETINGS 

Are annually holden in the several towns on the 
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 





January' hath 31 days 


, beginnin 


g on 


b^riday 


. 


% 7d lOh 10m m. 


©22d Oh 19m A. 


(f 14d 7h 43m M. 


. i) 30d 6h 12m M.^ 


M.lw.j 

16 


Calendar, &c. 


1 (v>r. 1 v)s.lF.scc!|r. ) s. 


Circum. 




7 281 


4 32 


3 37 


34 


2; 7 




7 28 


4 32 


4 27 


1 44 


3 c 2X rise 4h 57m m. 




7 27 


4 33 


5 22 


2 52 


42? set 7h 55m 




7 27 


4 33 


6 24 


4 


51 3 ^ runs hi^^h 




7 26 


i 34 


7 30 


5 21 


6'4 


Epiph. dl) perig. 




7 26 


4 34 


8 37 


6 27 


7 5 


si. cl. 6in 




7 25 


4 35 


9 43 


7 27 


8 6 


,t r. Oh 21m M. 




7 25 


4 35 


10 43 


rise. 


9 7' 


High tides 




7 24 


4 36 


11 33 


7 18 


10 c 


1 S. aft. Epiphany 




7 24 


4 36 


morn. 


8 42 


11 


2 


7*s south 8h 




7 23 


4 37 


28 


10 6 


12 


3 


ip r. 5h 46m m. 




7 22 


i 38 


1 15 


11 12 


13 


4 


U r. 4h 26m m. 




7 21 


4 39 


2 


morn. 


14 


5 


? set 8h 18m $ ^ §) 


7 2i 


4 39 


2 45 


19 


15 


6 


Lov/ tides 




7 20 


4 40 


3 30 


1 23 


16 


7 


Dar br. 5h 40m 




7 19 


4 41 


4 16 


2 27 


17 


c 


2 aft. Epiph. U6€) 


7 IH 


4 42 


5 5 


3 28 


18 


2 






7 IS 


4 42 


5 55 


4 30 


19 


3 


if) low Tp^i) 


7 17 


4 43 


6 45 


5 22 


20 


4 


i) apogee 




7 16 


4 44 


7 36 


6 14 


21 


5 






7 15 


4 45 


8 26 


6 53 


22 


6 


2 set 8h 35m Q i 


jclip. 


7 14 


4 46 


9 14 


sets. 


23 


7 






7 13 


4 47 


10 


6 13 


2i 


c 


3 aft. Epiph. ? ci ^ 


7 12 


4 48 


10 43 


7 16 


25 


2 


Conv. St. Paul 




7 11 


4 49 


11 25 


8 19 


26 


3 


si. cl. 13m ? c^ i) 


7 10 


4 50 


aft. 7 


9 26 


27 


4 


$ rise llh 45m 




7 9 


4 51 


49 


10 34 


28 


5 






7 8 


4 52 


1 33 


11 38 


29 


6 


? set 8h 50m 




7 7 


4 53 


2 22 


morn. 


30 


7 






7 6 


4 54 


3 12 


42 


31 


c 


4 S. aft. Epiph. 




7 5 


4 55 


4 9 


1 52 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN THIS STATE ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, last Tuesday. At New Haven and 
Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 



February hath 28 days, beginning on Monday. 



# 5d 9h 19m a. 
d 13d Ih 48m M. 



© 21d 6h 32m m. 

f) 28d 3h i6m a. 



M.]w.| 



Calendar, 6lc. 



<g)r. { ©s. jF.seaj r. ) 9. 



1 


2 


i) runs high 


7 


4 


4 56 


5 10 


3 2 


2 


3 


? sets 9h 


7 


3 


4 57 


6 15 


4 6 


3 


4 


Day br. 5h 18m 


7 


2 


4 58 


7 20 


5 11 


4 


5 


f) peri. 


7 


1 


4 59 


8 22 


6 2 


5 


6 


High tides @ eclipsed 


6 


59 


5 1 


9 20 


rise. 


6 


7 


11 rise 3h 13m m, 


6 


57 


5 3 


10 13 


6 24 


7 


c 


Septuagcs. 


6 


56 


5 4 


11 3 


7 38 


8 


2 




6 


55 


5 5 


11 53 


8 51 


9 


3 


Tp rise 4h m. 


6 


54 


5 


morn. 


10 4 


10 


4 


$ sets 9h 14m 


6 


53 


5 7 


37 


U 9 


11 


5 


sl. cl. ]4m . $ ^<^ 


6 


51 


5 9 


1 23 


morn. 


12 


6 


$ r. llh 7m 


6 


50 


5 10 


2 10 


14 


13 


7 


dSD low 


6 


49 


5 1] 


2 59 


I 17 


14 


c 


Sexag, Valen. 2j[ cJ €) 


6 


48 


5 12 


3 47 


2 20 


15 


2 


Low tide ^ c^ © 


6 


46 


5 14 


4 39 


3 18 


16 


3 


(f) apogee 


6 


45 


5 15 


5 31 


4 5 


17 


4 




6 


44 


5 16 


6 21 


4 53 


18 


5 


? sets 9h 27m 


6 


42 


5 18 


7 9 


5 26 


19 


6 




6 


41 


5 19 


7 56 


6 


20 


7 


U r. 2h 27m m. 


6 


40 


5 20 


8 40 


,6 25 


21 


c 


Quinquages. 


6 


38 


5 22 


9 23 


sets. 


22 


2 


Day br. 5h full tides 


,6 


37 


5 22 


10 6 


7 14 


23 


3 


Tp r. 3h 14m m. 


\6 


36 


5 24 


10 49 


8 19 


24 


4 


Ash Wednesday 


6 


34 


5 26 


11 32 


9 24 


25 


5 




6 


33 


5 27 


aft. 19 


10 32 


26 


6 


2 sets 9h 40m 


16 


32 


5 28 


1 9 


11 41 


27 


7 




16 


30 


5 30 


2 3 


morn. 


28 


c 


I Sun. in Lent 


16 


29 


'5 31 


3 2 


5^ 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th da. 
Fairfield, 2d do. 

COUNTY COURT. 

At Norwich, [a] 2d Tuesday, 



• 


March hath 31 days, 


beginning 


on Monday 




7d 8h 49m m. 


© 22d 9h 49m a. 


M.( 


:|!D 14d 9h 24m a. 


^ i) 29d lOh 12m a. 


\v.! Calendar, <fec. |©r.|(v)s. 


F. sea r. )ai 


1 


2 


§) high 


6 26 


5 34 


4 3, 1 57 


2 


3 


? set 9h 


6 25 


5 35 


5 6 


3 I 


3 


4 


O si. cl. 12m ? gr. Elo. 


3 23 


5 37 


6 7 


3 50 


4 


5 


i) perigee 


6 22 


5 38 


7 5 


4 40 


u 


6 


P, r. 2h 38m m. 


3 21 


5 39 


7 59 


5 12 


G 


7 




6 19 


5 41 


8 50 


5 45 


7 


c 


2 in Lent 


6 18 


5 42 


9 38 


rises. 


8 


2 


High tides 


S 16 


5 44 


10 25 


7 36 


9 


3 


'U r. Ih 29m m. 


6 15 


5 45 


11 12 


8 31 


lo 


4 


7*5 set nil 48m 


6 1^ 


5 46 


morn 


9 36 


ll 


5 


2 sets lOh 


6 12 


5 48 


1 


10 53 


12 


6 




6 11 


5 49 


49 


morn. 


13 


7 


;5' rise 9h 31m 


6 10 


5 50 


1 40 


10 


14 


c 


Day br. 4h 34m 2| c! €) 


6 8 


5 52 


2 31 


1 8 


15 


2 


si. cl. 9m h 6€) 


6 7 


5 53 


3 23 


1 57 


U; 


3!(i)apog. 


6 5 


5 55 


4 13 


2 47 


17 


4 St. Patrick 


6 4 


5 56 


5 3 


3 22 


18 


5 ! 


6 3 


5 57 


5 50 


3 58 


19 


6 1 ^ rise Ih 47m m. 


6 1 


5 59 


6 35 


4 28 


20 


7 © ent. ^ 


6 


6 


7 19 


4 50 


2] 


c Mid. Lent 


5 58 


6 2 


8 1 


5 12 


2-2 


2;7*ssetllh 


5 57 


6 3 


8 44 


sets. 


23 


3'1I rise Oh 37m m. 


5 56 


6 4 


9 29 


6 43 


24 


4 


Full tides 


5 54 


6 6 


10 15 


8 8 


25 


5 


Annun. B, V. M. 


5 53 


6 7 


11 5 


9 33 


26 


6 


? ^m 


5 51 


6 9 


11 58 


10 42 


27 


7 


? s. lOh 12m 


5 50 


6 10 


aft. 56 


11 51 


28 


c'i) high 


5 49 


6 11 


1 57 


morn. 


29 


2 J r. 8h 19m 


5 47 


6 13 


2 59 


55 


30 


3 


5 46 


6 14 


4 


1 45 


31 


4 (® per. 


5 45 


6 15 


4 58 2 35 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. New Haven, 3d do, 
Hartford, 4th'do. Tolland 4th do. 



April hath 30 days, beginnmg on Thursday. 



^ 5d 8h 4.3m a. 
d 13d oh 17m a. 



© 21d 9h 44m M. 
dD 28d 4h 10m m. 



M.lw. 


Calendar, &c. 


l<S)r. 


iC^s. 


F.sea 


r.)s. 


115 




5 43 


6 17 


5 5 


3 11 


s'g 


1(. rise llh56m 


5 42 


6 18 


6 42 


3 47 


s;? 




5 41 


6 19 


7 29 


4 13 


4 c 


Palm Sund. 


5 39 


6 21 


8 IG 


4 40 


5 2 


$ r. 7h 43m 


5 38 


6 22 


9 3 


rise. 


6|S 


Daybr. 3h 55m 7*s s. lOh 


5 36 


6 24 


9 50 


7 37 


7|4 


? s. lOh 30m 


5 35 


6 25 


10 39 


8 44 


8 5 


$ very brilliant 


5 34 


6 26 


11 29 


9 51 


9; 6 


Good Friday 


5 32 


6 28 


morn. 


10 50 


10 7 


€) low 11 ^§) 


5 31 


6 29 


51 


11 50 


11 c 


East. Sund. [p ^ §) 


5 30 


6 30 


1 13 


morn. 


12,2 




5 28 


6 32 


2 5 


40 


13 3 


f) apogee 


5 27 


6 33 


2 55 


1 19 


14; 4 


<?cS ? 


5 26 


6 34 


3 43 


1 57 


15|5 


and cl. even 


5 24 


6 36 


4 28 


2 24 


16 6 


? s. 9h55m 


5 23 


6 37 


5 12 


2 51 


17|7 


^ south midnight 


5 22 


6 38 


5 55 


3 13 


I8|c 


Low Sun. 


5 '21 


6 39 


6 37 


3 36 


19,2 


Tp ri. llh 45m. 


5 19 


6 41 


7 21 


4 3 


eo,3 




5 18 


6 42 


8 7 


4 30 


21j4 


11 rise lOh 39m 


5 17 


6 43 


8 56 


sets. 


22 5 


High tides 


5 15 


6 45 


9 49 


8 26 


23; 6 


$ c5i) ? station. 


5 14 


6 46 


10 47 


9 35 


24,7 


dD high 7^s set 9h 


5 13 


6 47 


11 49 


10 48 


25-; c 


St. Mark f) P^r. 


5 12 


6 48 


aft. 52 


11 41 


26,2 




5 11 


6 49 


1 55 


morn. 


27: 3 




5 9 


6 51 


2 53 


36 


28 4 


? sets 9h lOm 


5 8 


6 52 


3 48 


1 13 


29 5 


J sou. llh 


.0 / 


6 53 


4 38 


1 50 


50 6 




5 6 


6 54 


5 26 


2 17 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday, 
latchfield, second Tuesday. 



At 



May hath 3 1 days, beginning on Saturdav. 



r)d 9h I8in M. 
13d llh 33m M 



20d 6h 56m a. 
> 27d lOh 22m m. 



M.|w.| Calendar, &c. 


|(v) r.;© s.jF.sealr. ) s. 


117 


JSt. Phil. cV, Jas. 


5 5|6 


55 


6"i2 


2 45 


sic 


3 aft. East. 


5 36 


57 


6 57 


3 12 


3i2 


^6^ 


5 2i6 


58 


7 44 


3 36 


4 


.') 


? se. 8h 35m 


5 1 


6 


59 


8 31 


4 


5 


4 


Elec. Hart. 


5 


7 





9 21 


rise. 


6 


5 


Jt. John ev. 


4 59 


7 


1 


10 12 


8 38 


7 6 


2^ r. 9h29m l^c5i) 


4 57 


7 


3 


11 4 


9 35 


a 


7 


i) low i^ 6€) 


4 56 


7 


4 


11 56 


10 32 


9 


c 


4 aft. E. 7*s s. 8h 


4 55 


7 


5 


morn. 


11 14 


10 


2 


$ sou. lOh 


4 54 


7 


6 


47 


11 5G 


11 


3 


O f- CI. 4m 


4 53 


7 


7 


1 36 


morn. 


12 


4 


i) apog. 


4 52 


7 


8 


2 22 


21 


13 


5 




4 51 


7 


9 


3 6 


53 


14 


6 


^ ri. lOh 2 dO 


4 50 


7 


10 


3 48 


1 15 


15 


7 




4 49 


7 


11 


4 30 


1 37 


16 


c 


Roga. S. 


4 48 


7 


12 


5 12 


2 1 


17 


2 




4 47 


7 


13 


5 57 


2 24 


18 


3 


11 r. 8h 42m 


4 46 


7 


14 


6 44 


2 51 


19 


4 


9(5# . 


4 45 


7 


15 


7 35 


3 18 


20 


5 


Ascension 


4 44 


7 


16 


8 32 


sets. 


21 


G 


f) high 


4 43 


7 


17 


9 34 


8 30 


22 


7 


@ peri, high ti. 


4 42 


7 


18 


10 3S 


9 33 


23 


c 


1 S. aft. As. 


4 42 


7 


18 


11 48 


10 35 


24 


2 


$ sou 9h 


4 41 


7 


19 


aft. 45 


11 14 


25 


3 


^ rise 9h 18m 


4 40 


7 


20 


1 43 


11 54 


26 


4 




4 39 


7 


21 


2 36 


morn. 


27 


5 


2 rise 2h 35m K, 


4 39 


7 


21 


3 24 


22 


28 


6 




4 38 


7 


22 


4 10 


49 


29 


7 




4 38 


7 


22 


4 56 


1 13 


30! c- 


Whit Sunday 


4 37 


7 


23 


5 41 


1 38 


3l'2 




4 37 


7 


23 


6 29 


1 59 



No Courts holden this month. 



June hath 30 days, begmning on Tuesday. 



I 3d 10h54m A. 
12d 3h 10m m. 



© 19d 2h 28m m. 
(^ 25d 5h 49m a. 



M. 


w. 


Calendar, &c. 


(^r. 


#s. 


F.sea 


|r. )s. 


~T 


3 




4 36 


7 24 


7 15 


2 30 


2 


4 


T^ ri. 8h 44m 


4 36 


7 24 


8 6 


3 10 


3 


5 


daybr. 2hl4m 611® 


4 35 


7 25 


8 57 


rise. 


4 


6 


9 r 3h M. ® low 


4 34 


7 26 


9 49 


8 28 


5 


7 


If sou. midn*t. h6<B 


4 34 


7 26 


10 41 


9 11 


6 


c 


Trin. Sun. 7+s r. 3h m. 


4 33 


7 27 


11 30 


9 55 


7 


2 


<&) apog. 


4 33 


7 27 


morn. 


10 25 


8 


3 


$ sou. 8h 


4 32 


7 26 


17 


10 54 


9 


4 




4 32 


7 28 


1 2 


11 17 


10 


5 




4 32 


7 28 


1 44 


11 40 


11 


6 


St. Barn. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 26 


morn. 


12 


7 


m6® 


4 31 


7 29 


3 7 


2 


13 


G 


I aft. Trin. 


4 31 


7 29 


3 49 


25 


14 


2 




4 31 


7 29 


4 22 


48 


15 


3 


O and cl. even 


4 31 


7 29 


5 22 


1 18 


16 


4 


J set IhM. 9c5 ® 


4 31 


7 29 


6 15 


1 47 


17 


5 


9 r. 2h 32m m. 


4 30 


7 30 


7 14 


2 35 


la 


6 


11 sou. llh 


4 30 


7 30 


8 17 


3 24 


19 


7 


9 very brilliant 


4 30 


7 30 


9 24 


set?. 


20 


c 


(f)peri. high tides 


4 30 


7 3G 


10 29 


9 5 


21 


2 


17 so. 12h 


4 30 


7 30 


11 31 


9 46 


22 


3 




4 30 


7 30 


aft. 27 


10 18 


23 


4 




4 30 


7 30 


1 19 


10 49 


24 


5 


St. John B. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 7 


11 14 


25 


6 




4 31 


7 29 


2 54 


11 40 


26 


7 




4 31 


7 29 


3 39 


morn. 


27 


c 


3 aft. Trin. 


4 31 


7 29 


4 25 


6 


28 


2 




4 31 


7 29 


5 13 


35 


29 


a 


St Peter 


4 31 


7 29 


6 2 


1 3 


30 


4 


n 6® 


4 31 


7 29 


6 53 


1 41 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Danbury, [a] 4th 
do. At New Haven, 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS^ 

At New London, 2d Tuesday* At New Haven, 
4th do. 



July hath 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



9 3d Ih 40m a. 
d) lid 3d 42m a. 



® 18d9h 25m M. 
f) 25d3h33mM. 



M.lw.i 



Calendar, &.c. 



\m r.l©s.|F.sea|r. ) s. 



1 


, 5 


2i sou, lOh (§) low 


4 3i^ 


7 28 


7 45 


2 


6 


Vis. B. V. M. 


4 32 


7 28 


8 36 


3 


7 




4 32 


7 28 


9 26 


4 


c 


In. dec. 1776 


4 33 


7 27 


10 14 


5 


2 


® apog. 


4 33 


7 27 


10 54 


6 


3 


$ set mid. 


4 33 


7 27 


11 42 


7 


4 


I7 south Uh 


4 34 


7 26 


morn. 


il 


5 


9 rise 2h m. 


4 34 


7 26 


21 


9 


6 


Jtf d € 


4 35 


7 25 


1 4 


10 


7 




4 36 


7 24 


1 45 


1] 


c 


5 aft. Trin. 


4 36 


7 24 


2 28 


12 


2 


4 37 


7 23 


3 13 


13 


3 tl^ sets 3h M. 


4 38 


7 22 


4 2 


U 


4 


d. br. 2h 24m d D 9 


4 38 


7 22 


4 57 


15 


5 


11 so. 9h ® high 


4 39 


7 21 


5 57 


16 


6 


$ set llh29m 


4 40 


7 20 


7 1 


17 


7" 


Q si cl. 6m 


4 40 


7 20 


8 7 


18 


c 


6 aft. Trin. ® per. 


4 41 


7 19 


9 1 


19 


2 


high tides 


4 42 


7 18 


10 12 


20 


3 




4 43 


7 17 


11 7 


21 


4 


If set Ih 21m m. 


4 43 


7 17 


11 59 


22 


5 


9 rise Ih 41m m. 


4 44 


7 16 


aft. 47 


23 


6 




4 45 


7 15 


1 35 


24 


7 


9 gr. elon. 


4 46 


7 14 


2 22 


25 


c 


7 af. Tr. Dog days begin 


4 47 


7 13 


3 9 


26 


2 




4 48 


7 12 


3 59 


27 


3 


n 6® 


4 49 


7 11 


4 49 


28 


4 


Q sets 2h M. 


4 50 


7 10 


5 41 


^ 


5 


$ set lOh 53m T^ d f) 


4 51 


7 9 


6 32 


30 


6 


% sou. 8h 


4 52 


7 8 

7 7 


7 23 


31 


7 




4 53 


8 11 



2 19 

3 10 

I rise. 
8 27 

8 54 

9 21 
9 43 

10 5 
10 28 

10 50 

11 18 
11 45 

I morn. 

22 

1 15 

2 8 

3 16 
. sets. 

8 18 

8 49 

9 19 
9 44 

.10 8 

10 36 

II 3 

11 39 
I morn. 

16 

1 7 

1 58 

2 5a 



SUPHEME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Hartford, 1st Tuesday. At Middletown, [a] 2d 
do. At New-London, [a] 3d do. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 
At Tolland, Tuesday after 4th do. 
2 



AuGU3T hath 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



® 2d 5h 14m M. 


©16d4h45m A. 


(§10d lh3lmM. 


# 23d 4h 22m a. 


@ 31d 8h 46mA. 


M.|w.| Calendar, &c. |Cv) r.|© s.|F. gea|r. ) s. 


1 


c 


D apo. 


j4 54| 


7 6 


8 57| 3 59 


2 


2 


® eclipsed 


4 55 


7 5 


9 4rrise. 


3 


3 




|4 56 


7 4 


10 23: 7 50 


4 


4 


^ set Oh 24m m. 


,4 57 


7 3 


11 4 8 11 


5 


5 


9 r. Ih 37m 


M. U 58| 


7 2 


11 45 


8 32 


6 


6 


% station. 


i4 59 


7 ]! 


morn. 


8 55 


7 


7 


ll set lh32mM. 


!5 


7 


26 9 17 


8 


c 


9 aft. Trin. 




5 1 


6 59 


1 10 9 47 


9 


2 


day br. 3h 




5 2 


6 58 


1 57 10 17 


10 


3 


$ sets lOh 22m 


1 


5 4 


6 56 


2 48 11 3 


11 


4 


® high 7*s ri. 


lOh 40m 5 5|6 55 


3 43 11 49 


12 


5 


% set llh 4fc 


5m 5 6 


6 54 


4 44 morn. 


13 


6 


9 ri. Ih 40m M. 


9 c5©:5 7 


6 53 


5 47 49 


14 


7 


O si. el. 4m 




5 8 


6 52 


6 51 2 4 


15 


c 






5 9 6 51 


7 52 3 20 


16 


2 


® 


perig. 


5 10 6 50 


8 50 sets. 


17 


3 


High tides 




5 12i6 48 


9 44 


7 14 


IB 


4 


T7 set Oh 36m m. 




5 13:6 47 


10 35 


7 42 


19 


5 


$ set lOh 




5 14 6 46 


11 25 


8 10 


20 


6 






5 10 6 44 


aft, 23 


8 3G 


21 


7 


n sets llh 15m 




5 17 6 43 


1 2 


9 2 


22 


c 


11 aft. Trin. 


$6® 


5 18 6 42 


1 52: 9 38 


23 


2 






5 19 


6 41 


2 43 10 13 


24 


3 


St. Bart. 


nd® 


5 ill 


6 39 


3 35!ll 2 


25 


4 


f)low %6€> 




5 22 


6 38 


i 4 27 


11 51 


23 


5 


9 station. 




5 23 


6 37 


1 5 18 


morn. 


27 


6 


9 ri. Ih 52m m. 




5 25 


6 35 


6 7 


4b 


28 


7 




® apog. 


5 26 


6 34 


6 51 


1 49 


29 


c 


12 aft. Trin. 




5 27 


6 33 


7 30 


2 53 


30 


2 


T2 station. 




5 28 


6 3'^ 


8 22 


: 3 31 


31 


3 






5 30 


1 -^ or 
10 OV 


9 3 rise. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4ih do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday. 
At Tolland, 4th Tuesday. 



Septembeii hath 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



(§) 8d 9!i i2(jni m. 
® 15d 111 15ni M. 



1 22d 8li 44m m. 
I30d nil 3lmr' 



M.|w.| Calendar, &C, I© r.|© s.|F. sea|r. > s. 



% set lOh 39m 
O r'. 2h M. Do^ d. end 

13 aft. Trin. 
]l set llh I6m 

Nat. B.V. M. 
day br. 3h 50m 

I ;f set 9h 17m 

;9 d ® ^•^'s rise 8Ii 45m 

:% s. 9h 53m 

I ® per. 

j 

O L c\. 5m 

very high tides 

O r. 2h 25m m. 

1 1 sets lOh 
15 aft. Trin. 

St. Matt. Q ent. --^ 



5 ^ set 8h 57m 

' @ anog. 

c IG aft Trin. 

2 71, sets 9h 

J ' 9 ri. 2h 48m m. 

4 O f'^st el. lOm 

5 St. Jerome 



3 31 


5 32 


3 33 


5 35 


3 3() 


3 38 


5 39 


.3 40 


,3 41 


3 4'-2 


5 44 


3 45 


5 47 


5 48 


3 49 


3 51 


5 5^ 


5 54 


3 55 


3 5(i 


3 58 


3 51; 


6 


J 2 


6 3 


6 4 


•3 6 


•3 7 


3 9 


3 10 



G ^29 
G 28 

G 27 

3 25 

G 24 

22 

21 



20 
19 
18 
16 
G 15 



40 

2 

24 

52 

20 

o 

44 

49 
.4G 



9.10 
8|lO 
Gjll 

5 aft. 



3 


4 


3 


2 


3 


1 


G 





5 


58 


3 


57 


3 


56 


3 


54 


5 


53 


3 


51 


3 


50 



4i| 
261 
9' 
59 i 
rn.l 
44| 
371 
35IO 

2GH 
37 morn. 

37; 58 

31i 2 11 

2:. 3 34 

21! 4 49 
11 sets. 

ll G 34 

51 7 3 

41! 7 32 

331 8 12 



I 23 


8 52 


2 23 


9 45 


3 11 


10 33 


4 211 40 


4 49, morn. 


5 33 


42 


6 lb 


1 44 


7 


2 4G 


7 42 


3 40 


8 23 


4 52 


9 G 


rise. 



SUPERIOR COUllTS. 

At New London, 2a Tae?day. At f^artfcr^ 4th c:o. 
At Danbury, 4tli do. 



October hath 31 days, beginning on Friday. 



7d 4h 24m a. 
g) 14d llh 39m m. 



) 22d 4h 14m m. 
) 30d Ih 9m m. 



M.|w.i Calendar, &c. 


|<v) r ](g) s.|F, sea|r. ) s. 


1 


6 




6 12 


5 48 


9 52 


5 53 


2 


7 


h set 9h 37m 


6 13 


5 47 


10 41 


6 26 


3 


c 


17 aft. T. 


6 14 


5 46 


11 34 


7 


4 


2 


full tides 


6 16 


5 44 


morn. 


7 50 


S 


3 


(^ set 8h 42m D high 


6 17 


5 43 


30 


8 40 


6 


4 




6 18 


5 42 


1 30 


9 46 


7 


.5 


9 rise 3h m. 


6 20 


5 40 


2 30 


10 52 


l^ 


6 


7J- s. 8h 24m 


6 21 


5 39 


3 30 


morn. 


9 


^7.jV'^s rise .711 


6 22 


5 38 


4 27 


3 


10 


'cC'per. 


6 24 


5 36 


5 20 


1 17 


lllS.v 6m 


6 25 


5 35 


G 11 


2 31 


12 


.3! y c^^ O 


6 26 


5 34 


7 1 


3 44 


IS 


4 0fa. cl. 14m 


6 28 


5 32 


7 50 


4 58 


14 


5. J' set 8h 33m 


6 3C 


5 30 


'8 39 


sets. 


15 


*6 full tides 


6 31 


5 29 


9 29 


5 29 


16 


7 T7 set 8h 45m 


6 32 


5 28|l0 21 


6 7 


17 


b 19 aft. Trin. 


6 34 


5 26111 14 


6 44 


18 


2 St. Luke ^ 6 @ 


6 35 


5 25 


aft. 8 


7 37 


19 


3 ^ c5 D J^ 6 ® 


6 36 


5 24 


1 S 


8 29 


20 


4-! 


6 38 


5 22 


1 53 


9 30 


21 


5,9 perihei. 


6 39 


5 21 


2 42 


10 30 


22 


6 


(f) apog. 


6 40 


5 20 


3 29 


11 33 


23 


*7 




6 41 


5 19 


4 13 


morn. 


24 


c 20 aft. Trin. 


6 44 


5 16 


4 55 


35 


25 


2 


% set 7h 39m 


6 45 


5 15 


5 36 


1 39 


26 


o> 




6 47 


5 13 


6 18 


2 36 


27 


4 


J^ sets 8h 42m 


6 48 


5 12 


7 


3 39 


28 


5 


St. S. & Jude. 


6 49 


5 11 


7 45 


4 41 


29 


6 


fast cl. 16m 


6 50 


5 10 


8 34 


5 47 


30 


7 


I2 set 8h. 


6 51 


5 9 


9 26' 


rise. 


31 


c 


21 aft. Trin, 


6 52 


5 8 


10 23; 


5 40 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 2d do. 
At Tolland, 3d do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. At Middletown, 3d do. 



November hath 30 days, beginning on Monday. 





#5dllh26iiiA. 1 


f) 


21 


d Ih 24m m. 




© 13d Oh 42m M. 1 


• 


28d Ih 50m A. 


M.|W. 


Calendar, (fee. 


) r.|<v) s.|F. sea|r. )s. 


1 


2 


All St's. t) high 


'6 


53,5 7 


11 22 


6 30 


2 


3 


high tides 


6 


54 


5 6 


morn. 


7 36 


3 


4 


^ set 7h 


6 


55 


5 5 


24 


8 42 


4 


5 


i) per. 


6 


57 


5 3 


1 25 


9 56 


5 


6 


cT set 8h 22m 


6 


58 


5 2 


2 22 


11 10 


6 


7 




6 


59 


5 1 


3 16 


morn. 


7 


c 


22 aft. Trin. 


7 





5 


4 7 


23 


8 


2 


I^ set 7h 23m 


7 


1 


4 59 


4 56 


1 34 


9 


3 


9 rise 4h 20m 


7 


3 


4 57 


5 43 


2 43 


10 


4 


O faster cl. 16m 9 6 €) 


7 


4 


4 56 


6 31 


3 54 


11 


5 




7 


5 


4 55 


7 19 


5 4 


12 


6 


% set 6h 32m 


7 


6 


4 54 


8 10 


6 15 


13 


7 


day br. 5h 27m 


7 


7 


4 53 


9 3 


sets. 


14 


c 


23 aft. Trin. # low 


7 


8 


4 52 


9 56 


5 23 


15 


2 


%6® hdm 


7 


9 


4 51 


10 51 


7 19 


16 


3 


J" set 8h 18m 


7 


10 


4 50 


11 44 


6 15 


17 


4 


d^ 6 €) 7*s sou. mid. 


7 


11 


4 49 


aft. 34 


8 17 


18 


5 


T2 set 6h 48m 


7 


12 


4 48 


1 21 


9 19 


19 


6 


f) apogee 


7 


13 


4 47 


2 7 


10 22 


20 


7 




7 


14 


4 46 


2 49 


11 24 


21 


c 


24 aft. Trin. 


7 


15 


4 45 


3 30 


morn. 


22 


2 


}^ 6e 


7 


16 


4 44 


4 11 


33 


23 


3 


St. Clem't. 


T 


17 


4 43 


4 52 


1 29 


24 


4 




7 


18 


4 42 


5 36 


2 25 


25 


5 


9 rise 5h m. 


7 


19 


4 41 


6 22 


3 31 


26 


6 




7 


19 


4 41 


7 13 


4 36 


27 


7 




7 


20 


4 40 


8 8 


5 42 


28 


c 


Advent Sund. 


7 


21 


4 39 


9 8 


rise. 


29 


2 


# high 


7 


22 


4 38 


10 11 


5 20 


30 


3 


St. Andrews 


7 


23 


4 37 


11 14 


6 3o 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. 
New Haven, 4lh do. 



At Norwich, 2d do. At 



December, hath 31 da> s, beginninor on Wednesday. 



(§|) 5d 7h 2Hm m. 
(5) 12d 4h 47m a. 



(Iif)20d lOh 1mA. 
m^Sd lh47m m. 



M. 


w. 


Calendar, (fee. 


|©r. 


© s. 


F. sea 


|r. >s. 


~i'i^ 


# per. 


7 23 


4 37 


morn. 


7 40 


2 


5 


high tides 


7 24 


4 36 


15 


9 


3 


6 


9 set 8h 16m 


7 24 


4 36 


J 12 10 13 


4 


7 


Of.cl. 10m 


7 25 


4 35 


2 4 


11 25 


5 


c 


2 in Adv. 


7 25 


4 35 


2 54 


morn. 


6 


2 


h set 6h 48m 


7 26 


4 34 


3 44 


34 


7 


3 




7 26 


4 34 


4 28 


1 44 


8 


4 


9 rise 5h 30m r.i. 


7 27 


4 33 


5 15 


2 53 


9 


5 




7 27 


4 33 


6 4 


4 2 


10 


6 


9 d # ? d © 


7 28 


4 32 


6 55 


5 10 


11 


7 


(jD low 


7 28 


4 32 


7 48 


6 12 


12 


c 


3 in Ad. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 41 


sets. 


13 


2 


day br. 5h 41m % d ft 


7 29 


4 31 


9 34 


5 3 


14 


3 


Washington died 1799 


7 29 


4 31 


10 27 


6 6 


15 


4 


J^ set 8h 20m 


7 29 


4 31 


11 27 


7 8 


16 


5 


(^d® 


7 30 


4 3 ' 


aft. 1 


8 10 


17 


6 


® apog. 


7 30 


4 30 


45 


9 12 


18 


7 




7 30 


4 30 


1 26 10 12 


19 


c 


4 in Adv. 


7 30 


4 30 


2 611 11 


20 


2 


}^6(§ 


7 30 


4 30 


2 46 morn. 


21 


3 




7 30 


4 30 


3 28 


11 


22 


4 


St. Thomas 


7 30 


4 30 


4 11 


1 13 


23 


5 




7 30 


4 30 


4 59 


2 15 


24 


6 


9 rise GhM. 


7 3'^ 


4 30 


5 51 


3 23 


25 


7 


Christmas 


7 30 


4 30 


6 48 


4 31 


26 


c 


St. Stephen ® high 


7 29 


4 31 


7 50 


5 16 


«. 


2 




7 29 


4 31 


8 55 


6 


3 


Innocents. 


7 29 


4 31 


9 58 rise. 


29 


4 


i) perigee 


7 29 


4 31 


10 59 


6 38 


30 


5 


high tides 


7 28 


4 32 


11 55 


7 54 


31 


6 




7 28 4 32 


morn. 


9 10 



COUNTY- COURTS. 



At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. At Litchfield, 3d do. 
At Tolland, 4th do. At Fairfield, last do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 



FXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

CHARLES HAWLEY, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary f 300. 

HIRAM RIDER, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Secretary. 

Salary $84 and Fees of Office. 

HENRY KILBOURN, Comptroller of Public Acc'ts. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

Salary $1250. 

PINCKNEY W. ELLSWORTH, Executive Sec'y. 

JAMES THOMAS, ^Auditors 
JAMES B. HOSMER, ( ^^^i^^rs. 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 





Senators, 


District No 


, 1. 


Job Allyn, 


(( 


2. 


Solomon Cole. 


ki 


3. 


William Selby. 


(( 


4. 


Elea^er Warner. 


(( 


5. 


Orrin Plumb. 


(( 


6. 


Edgar Atwater. 


(( 


7. 


Asa Fish. 


(( 


8. 


Henry Strong. 


(( 


9. 


Samuel C. Selden. 


(( 


10. 


Abraham D. Baldwin. 


(( 


11. 


Henry Ruggles. 


6i 


12. 


Joshua B. Ferris. 



24 SENATORS — REPRESENTATIVES. 



District No. 


, 13. 


Joseph Eaton. 


(( 


14. 


Job Williams. 


tc 


15. 


Lambert Hitchcock. 


n 


16. 


Eli Potter. 


(t 


17. 


Nathaniel P. Perry. 


(( 


18. 


S. K. Wightman. 


u 


19. 


Eliphalet A. Bulkeley. 


iL 


20. 


Elisha Stearns. 


u 


21. 


Abner Hendee. 



House of Representatives, 

CHARLES J. McCURDY, Speaker. 
Jonathan A. Welch, > p,, . 
Joel W. White, \ ^^erKs. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Thomas C. Perkins, Charles Chapman. 

Avon, James B. Church* 

Berlin, Isaac Dobson, Norman Woodruff. 

Bloomfield. No choice. 

Bristol, Bryan E. Hooker. 

Burlington, Marcus H. Upson. 

Canton, Solomon Hosford. 

East Hartford, Erastus Woodruif, John Kennedy. 

East Windsor, John Morton, James Moore. 

Enfield, Charles Clark, Albert Clark. 

Farmington. No choice. 

Glastenbury, James Killam, Frary Hale, Jr. 

Granby, William Ruic, Daniel C. Hays. 

Hartland, Francis Clark, Loveman Osborn. 

Marlborough, Enos H. Buel. 

Manchester, Samuel C. McKee. 

Simsbury, J. H. Filley, Moses Ensign. 

Southington, Jesse Olney, Julius Bristol. 

SufHeld, Henry Pease, Charles Denison. 

Wethersfield, John Francis, Homer Camp. 

Windsor, Giles Ellsworth, Avery Parsons. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Roger S. Baldwin, John B, Robertson. 



REPRESENTATIVES 25 

Bethany, Anthony F. Stoddard. 

Branford, Orrin Hoadley. 

Cheshire, Daniel Hummiston, Alfred Dooliitle. 

Derby, William [Humphrey. 

East Haven, Hoadley Bray. 

Guilford, George A. Foot, Samuel C. Johnson. 

Hamden, Leverett Tuttle. 

Meriden, E. C. Birdseye. 

Madison, Learning Evarts. 

Middlebury, Daniel Clark, 2d. 

Milford, Selah Strong, Isaac Tibbals. 

North Branford, Samuel A. Rogers. 

North Haven, John Beach. 

Orange, Nathan Merwin. 

Oxford, Sheldon Church. 

Prospect, Ransom R. Russell. 

Southbury, William Guthrie. 

Wallingford, Malachi Cook, Randall Cook. 

Waterbury, John P. Elton, Francis Spencer. 

Wolcott, Ira Hough. 

Woodbridge, Samuel Peck. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, William F. Brainard, Daniel Rogere. 

Norwich, Lafayette S. Foster, Charles Bliss. 

Bozrah, Albert G. Avery. 

Colchester, Alfred Otis, John Packer. 

East Lyme, Daniel Watrous. 

Franklin, Oliver Johnson, Jr. 

Griswold, James Tyler, Jr. 

Groton, Elisha Morgan, Noah Chapman. 

Lisbon, Thomas G. Reed. 

Ledyard, Sanford Stoddard. 

Lebanon, Leonard Hebard, Justin Clark. 

Lyme, Stephen J. Lord, Charles J. McCurdy. 

Montville, William' Thatcher. 

North Stonington, Latham Hull, Nathaniel McCrary. 

Preston, Tracy Gates, Erastus Morgan, Jr. 

Salem, Josiah Raymond. 

Stonington, Gurdon Trumbull, George Shefiield. 

Waterford, Joseph Avery. 



26 RKPRESENTATIVES. 

FAIRFIELD COUNT V. 

Fairfield, Jonathan Buckley, John Gould. 

Bridgeport, Joseph Thompson. 

Brookfie'd, David Burr. 

Danburj, Star Nichols, Levi Bebee. 

Darien, John Weed, Jr. 

Greenwich, Zenas Mead, Gideon Close. 

Huntint^uon, William L. Bennett. 

Monroe, Roswell Wells. 

New Canaan, Stephen Hoyt, Jr. 

New Fairfield, Ransom Wilson. 

Newtown, Alva B. Beecher, John B. Be^rs. 

Norwalk, A. E. Beard, Joseph W. Hubbell. 

Redding, Walker Bales, David S. Duncomb. 

Ridgefield, Koeler Oauchy, Eli Rockwell. 

Sherman, Edward Brigga 

Stamford, Andrew Perry, Josephus Brush. 

Stratford, David Gorham. 

Trumbull, Eli Brinsmade. 

Weston, Edward Hill, Matthew Buckley. 

Westport, Eliphalet Swift. 

Wilton, James F. Chapman. 

WINDHAxM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. — Jonathan A. Welch. 

AshforJ, Silas Preston. Uriah B. Carpenter. 

Canterbiirv, John VV". Francis, Isaac Backus. 

Chaplin, I'.homas Hough. 

Killinc^lv, William Law, Jared S. Brainard. 

Plainfieid, Arnold Fenner, Elisha L. Fuller. 

Pom fret, Lewis Averill, Charles J. Grosvenor. 

Sterling, JohnGalup. 

Thompson, George Nichols, Jacob Tourtelott. 

VoluntGwn, Ira K. Crandall. 

^>v'indiiam, Joel W. White, William Witter. 

Woodstock, Trenck May, Eleazer Corbin. 

LirCIIFlELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Frederick Buel, E. Champion Bacon, 
Harkhamsted, Garry Upson, George Cornish. 
Be hlem No choice. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 27 

Canaan, Miles Miner, Ruleff Dutclier. 
( olebrook, Clark IT. Roberts, Edward A. Fhelps. 
Cornwall, Isaac Marsh, John R. Harrison. 
Goshen, Putnam Baily, Wiliard Gaylord. 
Ilarwinton, Allen Birge, Abijah Catlin. 
Kent, Daniel P. Lane. 

New Hartford, Samuel S. Bates, Abiram Wilcox. 
New Milford, Jchiel Williams, Albert N. Baldwin. 
Norfolk, James Shepard, Hiram Gaylord. 
Plymouth, Apollos Warner. 
Roxbury, David Botsford. 

Salisbury, ^rhomas B. Bosworth, Nehemiah Clark. 
Sharon, Ellmore Everett, Horace Reed. 
Torrington, Luman Munsell, Anson Colt, Jr. 
Warren, Laman Chapman. 

Washington, Chester Ackley, no choice of 2d Repre- 
sentative. 
Watertown, Leman W. Culler. 
Winchester. No choice. 
Woodbury, John Judson, Charles Booth. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
MiDDLETOWN. No choiCC. 

Chester, Stephen LM^lom median. 

Chatham, William R Smith, Braddock Strong. 

Clinton, Leet Hard. 

Durham, Nathan Parsons, Samuel G. Tibbnls. 

East Haddam, Edward P. Brownell, Ozias Holmes. 

Haddam, Russell Shaylor, 2ad. Ephraim Pieraon. 

Killingv/orth, Leonard Davis, Alanson Pratt. 

feaybrook, Benjamin Dowd, Ezra S. Williams. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Ariel Ladd, Seth D. Griggs. 

Bolton, Royal S. Wliite. 

Columbia, John S. Yeomans. 

Coventry, Eleazer Hunt, Samuel Wilson. 

Ellington, Calvin Chapman. 

Hebron, Griswold A. Gillett, Daniel P. Spragiie. 

Mansfield, Thomas Clark, Zalmon i- torrs. 

Stafford, Paley Converse. John Orcutt, 2nd. 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Somers, Samuel D. Chapin, Warren Pomeroy. 
Union, Joseph C. Griggs, Benjamin Corbin. 
Vernon, Oliver Hunt. 
Willington, Eiisha Johnson, Daniel Glazier. 



ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT— 1840. 

Hezekiah Spencer, of Suffield. 
James Brewster, of New Haven. 
Adam Larrabee, of Ledyard. 
Reuben Booth, of Danbury. 
Philip Pearl, of Hampton. 
Peter Bierce, of Cornwall. 
Timothy Green, of East Haddam. 
John S. Peters, of Hebron. 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT AND SUPREME COURT 
OF ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Samuel Church, I Henry M. Waite, 

William L. Storrs, | Roger R. Sherman. 

Thomas Day, Reporter. 

Allotment of the Judges of the Superior 
Court for 1840—1841. 

summer circuit. 
Williams, C. J. New-Haven, Middlesex. 

Church, J. Windham. 

Waite. J. Litchfield. 

Sherman, J. Hartford , Tolland. 

Stores, J. New-London, Fairfield. 

WINTER circuit. 

Williams, G.J. Litchfield. 

Church, J. Hartford, Tolland. 

Vv^AiTE, J. New-London, Windham. 

Sherman, J. Fairfield. 

Storrs, J. New-Haven, Middlesex. 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

HARTFORD C O U N T Y . 

COUNTY COURT. 

GEORGE MERRICK, Judge. 

Dudley Humphrey, ) ^ • • 

TVT *• T- 11 > Commissioners. 

Martm Kellogg, ^ 

James H. Holcomb, Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford — Joseph Pratt, Jeremiah Brown, Seth Ter- 
ry, Nathan Johnson, Cyprian Nichols, Isaac Toucey, 
Jeremy Hoadley, Jonathan Law, John M. Niles, 
Charles Shepard, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, 
James M. Goodwin, Albert Day, S. H. Huntington, SoL 
Porter, Benning Mann, K. R. Hinman, D. F. Robin- 
son, Nathaniel Goodwin, Charles Chapman, Charles 
L. Porter, Simeon Arnold, Gideon Welles, Job Allyn, 
Erastus Smith, William Hayden, Stephen Spencer, 
Nathan Preston, William R. Cone, Thomas H. Sey- 
mour, Jonathan Goodwin, O. E. Williams, Solomon S. 
Flagg, Samuel Talcott, Jr. James H. Holcomb, Fran. 
CIS Fellowes, John B. Eldredge, Jabez W. Giddings, 
William Bigelow, Oicott Allen, James G. Bolles, Silas 
B. Hamilton, William M. Durand, James Dixon, Rich- 
ard G. Drake, Eliphalet Averill, A. H. Pomeroy, 
Gurdon Robins, Daniel Crowell, S. L. Loomis, S. H. 
Parsons, Edward Goodman, Augustus Flagg, P. A. 
Goodwin, C. PI. Tuthill, Henry Francis. 

Avon — Francis Woodford, Darius Sperry, Marcus 
Day, Samuel Bishop, x4masa Woodford, Truman 
Woodford, Zera Woodford, Luther Woodford. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, William Bowers, Roswell 
Moore jr. Ethan A. Andrews, Horatio Gridley, EmiTiet 
A. Parker, Ozias B. Bassett, Thomas Upson, Henry 
Nash, Cyprian Goodrich, Elisha M. Hall, Eliphalet 
Howard, Samuel Plart, jr. Edmond North, James B. 
Carpenter, Justus Bulkley. 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Bloomfield- Hiram Roberts, David W. Gran*, Hiram 
Thrall, Francis Gillett, Ami R. Palmer. 

Bristol — Tracy Peck, .George iMitche-, Charles G. 
Tves, Thomas Mitcliell, Elishii Monross, George 11. 
Upson, Z. C. Grant. 

BuriingtoQ — Elisha Hotchkiss, Mar'in Hale, Enocli 
Cornwell, h;almoQ GricHey, Marcus II. Upson, Grove 
VVfbster. 

Canton — Ep/araim Mills, William ;T. K-illock, Lora 
Humphrey, Lancel Foot, Sherman Osborn, Isaac Mills, 
Abiel Brown, Eilmond Case, Simoon Wood, Thomns 
Wells, Benjamin Adams, Sam.uel liarbcr, John W. 
Hays, Jarvis Cr.se, Israel W. Graham. 

East Hartford— Sam'l L. Pitkin, Eliliu Smith, Daniel 
Easton, Ashbel Olmsted, Samuel Kennedy, Joseph 
Spencer, James Hills, Orrin Forbe?, William Prat", 
Jesse Judson, I'ruman B. Havves, Abner Male, Austin 
Hall, Owen P, Olmsted. 

East Windc'jr— Eli B. Haskell, Timothy Ellsworth, 
William Bariics,. Alexander Wells, Herman Hail, jo- 
soph S. Bart-ort, Jps;ie Charlton, Julm B. Cliapman, 
Jjhn Eissell, 2d., S.inmel Bartlett, Fornce White, 
Horace Newlva: ry, Israel Stiles, William H. Thompson, 
Ralph R. Bollo, Jolm ?^Iorton. 

Enfield — Jalcz T. 1'aylor, Jolm ?ua-o;% Josesh P. 
Converse. .Jo-d Booth, Jnbsz Coilitis, Edward Hoskins, 
George W. Tvlartin, A'loliab Johnson, David Wood- 
ruff. 

Farmington — Lemuel Whitman, Horace Cowlrs, 
E^j^bert Cowlos, Roderick Stard'er, Henry Lewis, 
William A. Ives, Simeon Hart, Giles Ltiilman, John 
Hooker, Vvilliam Day. 

Glast3nbury — Pardon Brown, George Merrick, lien. 
ry Davron, Asaliel HoUister, Solomon Cole, Walter 
Hale, 'William H. Turner, Asa li. Miller, Thaddeus 
Welles, Frara Hale, Jr. William Imlay Covel, George 
Plummer, Jared Strickland,^ Ar;stobulus Brainard, 
Oswin Welles. 

Granby — Daniel Hayes, Charles T. Hiliyer, Anson 
Bates, Oliver Alderman, Cullen Ilnys, Josh'aa R Je.v- 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

ett, Justus D. Wilcox, Truman Allen, Striihen W. 
Cornwall, Nathaniel Pratt, Justus R. Stephens, Anson 
Cooley, Anson L. Ilolcomb, Abram Hulconib, Mourton 
Cornish, Lemuel C. Holcomb, Samuel Benjamin Jr. 
Edmund Ilolcomb. 

Hariland — Nathaniel Bosworth, Ezra Doolittle, 
Wm. Selby, Henry Criswold, Nathaniel Gaylord, jr. 
Austin Ensign, Samuel Blakesly. Erastus Beman, An- 
son B. Tiffany, Lester Covvdry, Thomas Reman. 

Marlborough— Samuel F.Jones, GeorL'o Foot, Enos 
FL Buell, William Fmley, David Phelpf,^2d. 

Manchester— Ralph R. Phelps, George V/. Cheney, 
EUsha Andrus, George W. Griswold, kidney Pitkin, 
Minor White, James Wetherell, Lewis Bunce, Salmon 
Lyman, Henry Phelps, Simeon A. Spencer, Lorin Car- 
penter, John J. Slater, Leonard Bidwell. 

Simsbury — Calvin Barber, Eiisha Phelps, John O. 
Pettibone, Zelotes Phelps, Aurora Case, Lewis Dick- 
inson, Averit Wilco.x, George W. Sanford, Mamrao 
Case, Rockwell HoakinG, Benoni B. Bacon, Norton 
Floskins, Ariel Mitchulson, Jr. Martin Sexton, Julius 
Chapman, Flezokiah S. Case, Asaph TuUer, Richard 
Bacon. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey, Theodore Eyington, 
Stephen Walklcy, Jalius S. Barnes, Root Gridley, 
Jesse Olney, Timothy Jones, Asahel Nev/ell. 

Sufneld — David Halo, Julius Harmon, Samuel Nor- 
ris, Levi Stanley, John C. Sheldon, Calvin Freeman, 
Gad Sheldon, William Jones, Harvey Oiisell, David 
Hastings, Isaac Warner, Anson Birge, Albert Kent, 
Israel Harmon, Artemas King, Milton Ov/ens. 

Wethersfieid — Samuel Galpin, Ashel Robinson, 
William Robins, 2nd. Henry Bulkley, John Francis, 
Robert Robbing, Selden Miner, Elizur Goodrich, 
Roger Wells. Jedediah Doming, Abner Griswold^Elias 
\Y. Robbins, Allen Stoddard, Sheldon Deming. 

Windsor-Henry Sill, James Loomis, Giles Ellsworth, 
Waliar Thrall, Asa B.Woods, Harlow Moore, Samuel 
O. HoUister, Henry Halsey. 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Thomas C. Perkins, State Attorney. 
Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Walter Mitchell, Joseph 
Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, 
William Hungerford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac 
Toucey, Charles Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. 
Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, 
Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, 
W^illiam R. Cone, James H. Ilolcomb, Edward Good- 
man, Benning Mann, Richard G. Drake, William M. 
Durand, James F. Dixon, Henry A. Mitchel, Henry 
Perkins, Francis Fellowes, Wm. N. Matson, Thomas 
H. Seymour, Chauncey Howard, A.R.Park, Thomas 
M. Day, Charles H. Tuthill. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar. — IraE. Smith, Henry Nash, 
{New Brilain.) 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Farmington — Lemuel Whitman. 

Glasienbury, South — George Merrick. 

Granby — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Gris- 
wold. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— William Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Sheriff — Gilbert Allen, office Hartford. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford Walter Harris ; Farming- 
ton, Henry Cowles ; Enfield, George C.Owen; Suf. 
field, Paul Harmon; Granby, Erastus Holcomb; 
Windsor, Anson Loomis ; Bristol, Edward Terry ; 
Berlin, Sherlock C. Hall; East Windsor, Samuel W. 
Thompson; Canton, William B. Cooley: Simsbury, 
Chauncey E. Eno ; Manchester, Silas H. Cutler. 

Jailer— N. II. Morgan, Hartford. 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

SAMUEL J. HITCHCOCK, Esq., Judge. 

Selah Stronsf, } n • • 

De Grasse Maltby, \ Commissioners. 

John Beach, Clerk of Superior and County Courts, 
Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New Haven — Joseph N. Clark, Dennis Kimberly, 
Elias Gilbert, Roger S. Baldwin, Robinson S.Hinman, 
Henry White, John Beach, David W. Buckingham, 
Benjamin Beecher, C. A. Ingersoll, Isaac H. Town- 
send, Luther Gilbert, John Hunt, H. C. Flagg, W. B. 
Bristol, H. T. Higgins, Isaac Leavenworth, Charles 
Robinson, M. H. Reed, Henry Peck, Obadiah Pease, 
Geo. B. Rich, David Kimberly, E. K. Foster, Ezekiel 
Gilbert, Nathaniel Booth, Wm. Buddington, N. R, 
Clark, Charles J Allen, C. T. Shelton, John Durrie, 
R. H. Osborne, L. H. Young, Newton Wheeler, Jona- 
than Stoddard. 

Bethany — Styles Peck, Joel White, Thomas Smith, 
G. F. Feck, Hezekiah Thomas, J. W. Bradley, A. A. 
Perkins, Alvin Sperry. 

Branford — Chandler Barker, Rutherford Russell, 
Abram Rogers, Samuel Frisbie, Samuel Cook, 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach, Silas Hitchcock, Benajah 
Ives, E. A. Cornwall, Elihu Yale, Levi Bradley, S. A. 
Morse, Elias Gaylord, Samuel Williams, Lewis Per- 
kins, A. R. Barnes, Nathan Booth. 

Derby — Sheldon Smith, J. J. Gilbert, Ransom Tom. 
linson, Lyman Osborn, Leman Chatfield, Lyman Smith, 
l)d., W. B. Clark, Anson Davies, Abel Holbrook, Al- 
mon Smith, J. P. Canfield, Abijah Wallace, Aug. Tom- 
linson. 

East Haven — ^De Grasse Maltby, Willis Hemingway, 
Leister Keep, R. Andrews, J. B. Davidson. 



o* JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Gailford — Abel Rositer, William Spencer, Anson 
Foot, Geo. Landon, Joel Tuttle, S. W. Dudley, R. D. 
Smith, Joel Canfield, W. M. Dudley, John Burgess, 
Ami Fowler. 

Hamden — Jared Bassett, Ambrose Tuttle, Horace 
Potter, L. F. Todd, Elisha Dickerman, Rufus Dorman, 
Eliam Griffing, Jared Foot. 

Madison — Walter P. Munger, Galen Dowd, J. F. 
Todd, Jesse Crampton, J. K. Benton, Daniel Hill, N. 
W. Hopson, William Coan. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrus, J. S. Brooks, E. C. 
Birdsey, N. C. Sanford, N. F. Goodrich, Albert Foster, 
Levi Yale 2d., Hiram Bradley, Asahel Merriam, Levi 
Foster. 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, J. D. Wooster, 
Leo. Bronson, Wm. Bronson, Ebenezer Smith. 

Millbrd — Abijah Carrington, Selah Strong, Isaac 
Tibballs, David Niles, G. W. Cornwall, Barnabas 
Woodcock, Nathan Clark, Jonathan Clark, Nathan 
Botsford. 

North Branford — Harman H. Williams, Julius Malt- 
by, Alfred Rose, Benjamin Page, Anson Baldwin, 
Eiizur Harrison, Jasper Monroe. 

North Haven — Daniel Pierpont, Eleazer Warner, 
Jesse Brocket, Byard Barnes, John Beach. 

Orange — Nehemiah Kimberly, Nathan Merwin, Ly. 
man Law, Aaron Clark, Solomon Johnson. 

Oxford — Noah Strong, Samuel Meigs, R. B. Curtiss, 
Jonathan Davis jr., Horace Candee, Elias Scott, H.W. 
Upson, Lucien Baldwin, Abijah Hyde, Hiram Osborn. 

Prospect — David M. Hotchkiss, L. Preston, Benja- 
min Pratt, D. R. Williams, R. R. Russell. 

Southbury — Walter Johnson, Joseph Wheeler, Wm. 
Hinman, John Fierce, Ebenezer Johnson, Edward Hin. 
man, Jedediah Hall, Henry Downs, Daniel Hinman, 
Erastus Osborn, David Piatt, Charles Hickox, George 
Smith, Erastus Pierce. 

Wallingford— Malachi Cook, E. M. Pomroy, Randall 
Cook, Lyman Parker, Wm. Marks, Nathaniel Cook, 
Wm. Williams, Street Jones, B. H. Hall. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

Waterbury — Moses Hall, Timothy Porter, Joel Hin- 
man, Bennet Bronson, Ambrose Ives, Andrew Bryan, 
Anson Downs, E. W. Frost, Alfred Piatt, Norton J. 
Buell, Henry Hine, VV. H. Hine, Elihu Hitchcock, 
Giles Hotchkiss, Selden Lewis. 

Wolcott — Archibald Miner, William Bartholomew, 
C. R. Byington, Mark Tuttle, Leveret Rened, Orrin 
Plumb, Geo, G. Olcott. 

Woodbridge — Bevil P. Smith, J. L Baldwin, J. A. 
Darling, W. M. Osborne, Andrew Castle, Wm. D. 
Doolittle, Alfred Blackman, N. C. Sanford, N. F. Good- 
rich, Wm. Tyler. | ^ ^^ .| ^^QO C 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

RALrii I. LvGERSOLL, State Atiorney. 

New Haven — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm. W. Board- 
man, Isaac H. Townsend, Henry White, Silas Mix, 
Wm, B. Bristol, Robinson S. Hinman, Jonathan Stod- 
dard, Charles Robinson, Henry T. Huggins, Richard 
Fitzgerald, Robert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennett, Charles 
T. Shelton, E.K.Foster, Colin M. Ingersoll, Wm. J, 
Flagg. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby— Ira L. UfFord, Alfred Blackman, (Hum^ 
pJircysvtUe.) 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury — Joel flinman, Bennett Bronson, N. J. 
Buell, (Naugatuck.) 

Sheriff— Charles W. Curtiss, New Haven. 
Deputies — David H. Carr, New Haven ; Wm. Peck, 
Cheshire ; David B. Clark, Derby ; Amos Seward, 
Guilford; Joel H. Guy, Meriden; Leander Parmelee, 
Wallingford ; Henry W. Spencer, Waterbury, 

Jailer — Stanton Pendleton, New Haven. 



S6 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JOHN A. ROCKWELL, Judge. 
Zebulon Brockway, >^ _ • 
William Randall jr. I Commissioners. 

John De Witt, Clerk. 

James Stedman, Clerk of Superior Court. 

Joseph Williams, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

New London — Wm. F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkin?, 
W. P. Cleaveland jr , S. K. Smith, D. B. Hempstead, 
Henry Douglass, Nathan Beckwith, Robert Coit, W. 

A. Weaver, Abel T. Sizer, Daniel Whitemore, Henry 
Harris, John Congdon, Mark Edgar, Samuel Moxley 
jr., Charles Tredway, Silas R. Mason. 

Norwich — Joseph Williams, James Stedman, John 
Hyde, George Hill, Plenry Strong, Roswell Morgan, 
Asa Child, Isaac Story, Asa Roath, La Fayette S. Fos- 
ter, Geo. Perkins, Lewis Hyde, J. 0. Hopkins, John 
De Witt, E.R. Otis, Amos Cobb, Burral Lath rop, John 
T. Wait, G. B. Ripley, George Sherman, Oliver Wood- 
worth, Charles J. Lanman, Gordon Chapman, Joseph 
Backus, Simeon Thomas, Isaac Bromley, George M. 
Brown, Ebenezer Learned jr., Wm. L. Cooley, Wm. 

B. Wilcox. 

Rozrah— Gardiner Avery, Elijah Harrington, Wm. 
Kelley, J. W. Houghton, Brewster Lee, Christopher 
Leffingwell. 

Colchester — John Isham, Avery Morgan, Samuel 
Kellogg, Joseph Staples, George Way, Fred. Morgan, 
Marvin W. Hutchins, J. C. Bulkley, Henry Worthing- 
ton, A. I. Loomis, David Sperry, Newhall Taintor, A. 
E. Emmons, Jonathan Olmstead, Asahel Brown. 

East Lyme — Peter Comstock, Joel Loomis, E. R. 
Warner, John L. Smith, Elisha Beckwith, Richard 
Huntley, Daniel Watrous, Job Tubbs, Richard W. Lee, 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

J. H. Latimer, Jared Turner, James Fitch, Avery 
Smith, W. L. Payne. 

Franklin — Alvin Abel, J. W. Kingaley, B. S. Has, 
tings, C. D. Fillemore, Henry Hazen. J. B. Ayer, 
Ashbel Woodward. 

Groton — Nathan Daboll, Joseph Darfey, Stephen 
Haley, Sanford Stark, M. J. Culver, C. M. Williams, 
Benjamin Burrows, Elisha Morgan, James Gallup, 
John Palmer, Ozias Buddington, Nathan F. Denison, 
Zebadiah Gates, Albert Edgecomb, Albert L. Avery, 
Robert A. Avery, Wm. P. Randall, Nathan G. Fisk, 
Elisha Starr. 

Griswold — Elisha Patridge, S. C. Morgan, Nathan 
Stanton, John W. Fanning, Daniel Huntington, Frede- 
rick Brewster, Archibald Fry, Daniel M. Lester, James 
Averill, B. F. Billings, Charles Kimball, Charles E. 
Leonard, Lucius Tyler. 

Lebanon — Asahel Dewey, Thomas Babcock, Elisha 
Waterman, Peleg Thomas, Henry H. Abel, Caleb 
[lay ward, Thomas J. Kingsley, Leonard Hebard, Eli- 
phalet Huntington, Eliphalet Abel. 

Ledyard— John Brewster, Wm. Williams, James 
Geer, James Allen, George Ayer, Wm. Browning, H. 
W. Avery, W. M, Williams, Prentice P. Smith, Samuel 
W. Wood. Ebenezer Stoddard, John S. Moxley, Elisha 
J. Stoddard, Wm. Morgan, Seth Williams jr., Russell 
Gallup, Erastus Williams, Denison B. Williams, Frank-' 
lin Brewster, Seabury Thomas, Ralph Hurlbut, George 
W. Avery, Edmund Spicer, Seth Burrows. 

Lisbon — Nathan Brooks, Charles Perkins, Joseph B. 
Hebbard, Barstow Bromley, Ebenezer Alien, Luther 
Fuller, Roswell Downing, Henry R. Robbins, Levi C. 
Corning, Elisha P. Potter, Hiram Tarbox, Daniel B. 
Lovett, Levi P. Rowland, Amos Bennet, Thomas B. 
Read. 

Lyme — Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. Seidell, 
Charles J. McCurdy, William Marvin, Zebulon Brock- 
way, Oliver Raymond, Stephen J. Lord, Nathan Tif- 
fany, Lodowick Bill, Charles L. Peck, Richard Ely, 
J. C. M. Brockway, Samuel S. Warner, Oliver I. Lay, 
George H. Chadwick, David M. Jewett, Samuel J. 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Beckwith, Richard L. Lord, Wm. Colt, Mathew Gris- 
wold jr., Samuel D. Sill. 

Montville — Nicholas Bishop, Thomas Strickland, 
Nathaniel B. Bradford, Joseph L. Chapman, Calvin 
Bolles, Wm. Raymond, Mulford C. Raymond, John G. 
Fitch, Nathaniel Parish, Charles Allen, Albert G. Dar- 
row, Wm. Buck, Henry C. Beardsley, Wm. Dolbear, 
George G. Latimer. 

North Stonington — Wm. Randall jr., Latham Hull, 
Israel P. Park, Elias Hewitt, Oliver Hewitt, Ephraim 
Wheeler, John D. Gallup, Ezra Hewitt, Ansel Coats, 
Peleg Clark, Asher Prentice, E. B. Pendleton, Nathan. 
iel M. Crary, Cyrus W. Brown jr., Samuel B. Whee- 
ler, Thomas Browning, Russell B. Coats, F. S. Pea- 
body, G. S. Crandall, Allen Wheeler. 

Preston — Isaac Gallup, Asa A. Gore, Joseph Tyler, 
Jeremiah S. Halsey, Joshua Barstow, Walter Holden, 
Mundator I. Richards, Wm. Pendleton, Stephen Tyler, 
J. A. Williams, Edwin Palmer, Isaac H. Cook, Isaac 
"Williams 2d, John B. Clark, Austin Brewster, David 
Baldwin. 

Salem — David Patten, Israel Beckwith, Orimal S, 
Whittlesey, Nathan Minard, David Beckwith, Hiram 
Gates, Ebenezer A. Packer, Abel Rathbone, Moses 
Palmer, Asahel Ransom, Levi H. Goddard, James 
Lamb, John C. Daniels, Seth W. Loomis. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Joseph 
Noyes, Benjamin Pomeroy, S. F. Denison, Elisha Faxon 
jr., John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry H. Harding, 
George M. Noyes, Abel Hinckley, Charles Bennett, 
P. D. Frink, Daniel Bentley, George Sheffield, Wm. 
H. Woodbridge, B. F. Palmer, Wm. C. Morse, Charles 
Sabin, Charles Mallory, Stiles Stanton, John W. Hull. 

Waterford — Daniel Caulkins, Jonathan Comstock, 
Wm. Gorton, Thomas Chester, David Rogers 2d., 
Comstock Dart, Isaac M. Dart, Isaac VVatrous, Benja, 
min Jerome, Thomas Manwaring, Samuel Fox, Na- 
thaniel Chapman, Wm. Champion, GurdonT. Chappelj 
Thomas L. Fox, 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

JiRAH IsiiAM, State Attorney. 

New London — Lyman Law, William P. Cleaveland, 
Coddingtoii Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, 
Wiilliain F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, William P. 
Cleaveland jr., Wm. C. Crump, Andrew C. Lippitt, 
John P. C. Mather. 

Norwich— Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John 
Hyde, Joseph Williams, .Tames Stedman, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa Child, William 
H. Law, Lafayette S. Foster, George Perkins, John T. 
Wait, George M. Brown, Ebenezer Learned jr. Thomas 
E. Graves. 

Colchester — Samuel A. Peters. 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lyme — Charles J. McCurdy. 

North Stonington — Amos C. Main, 

Salem — Levi H, Goddard. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Benja- 
min Pomeroy, Charles Sabin, {Head of Mystic) 

Sheriff — Alexander Stewart. 
Deputies — Thomas J. Avery, New London; Stephen 
Tracy, George Bliss, Norwich ; Roger Bailey, Leba- 
non ; Roswell Allyn, Ledyard ; Daniel Bulkeley, Col- 
chester. 

Jailers — Calvin Lester, New London ; Francis B. Lee, 
Norwich. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

CYRUS H. BEARDSLEY, Judge. 

Abraham D. Baldwin, > ^ . . 

x\T * CI AT .1, ? Commissioners. 

Wait S. Northrop, \ 

Thomas Robinson, Clerk. 

Timothy T. Merwin, Clerk of Superior Court. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Treasurer. 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACF. 

Fairfield — Jeremiah Sturges, Rufus Blackman, 
Wm. Nichols, Thomas B. Osborne, John S. Wilson, 
David Colcy, Jessup Banks, John G. Allen, Thomas 
Robinson, Lyman Banks jr., Samuel A. Nichols, Jesse 
Alvord, Joseph Bartram, David S. Sherwood, Ebenezer 
Beers, Timotliy Burr, Moses A. Sherwood. 

Danbury — Reuben Booth, John S. Blackman, Ed- 
ward Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Ezra B. Stevens, 
Orrin Knapp, George Andrews, Elias S. Sanford, Oli- 
ver Stone, Ezra Mallory, Richard Osborne, Eli Ham- 
ilton, Charles Rider, James Beebe, Nelson L. White, 
Benjamin Ambler, Silas H. Hickock, Frederick Seeiey, 
Oliver Shepard, Daniel Barnum. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, Henry Dutton, Philip 
A» Cannon, Matthew Curtiss, James Fitch, Philo Hurd, 
Daniel O. Wheeler, Josiah Hubbeli, Joseph B, French, 
Ira Sherman, Wm. H. Noble, Daniel Sterling, Charles 
B. Hubbeli, James C. Loomis, Daniel Hatch, Benjamin 
Brooks, Benjamin S. Smith. 

Brookfield — Ebenezer Blackman, Wait S. Northrop, 
Charles Hawley, David Burr, Elijah Sturdevant, Zahnon 
Goodsell, Homer C. Brush, Hubbeli Wildman. 

Darien — Abram Clock, Holly Bell, Joseph Mather 
jr., Henry Waterbury, Jonathan Bates, Edward Sco- 
field. 

Greenwich — Barton F. White, Conklin Hustcd, AU 
van Mead, Selah Savage, Jonathan A. Close, Beai B. 
Lockwood, Ard Reynolds, Thomas A. Mead, Joseph 
Brush, Alfred Rundle. 

Huntington — Lemuel Beardslee, Ebenezer Wakelee, 
Truman Blackman, Edwin Shelton, Thaddeus Beards- 
lee, Edwin N. Shelton, Lewis Downes, G. Perry, Ezra 
De Forrest, Daniel Bennett. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee, Charles Curtis 8,'Agur 
Lewis, J, U. Hawley, Geo. P. Curtiss, Levi Edwards, 
Asa Hayes, Ezra Beardslee, Charles P. Clark, Henry 
Lewis. 

New Canaan — Watts Comstock, .Joseph Silliman, 
Thomas S= Husted, Peter Smith, Charles A. Hanford. 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

New Fairfield — Ami Rogers, Stephen Hopkins, Alva 
S. Pierce, Israel Knapp, Reuben Hodge, David Barnum, 
Horace Hodge. 

Newtown — Jacob Beers, David H. Belden, D. V. B. 
Baldwin, George Bradley, Walter Clarke, Thomas 
Nichols, John Dick, Lanson N. Beers, Isaac M. Stur- 
ges, Thomas Blackman, Ezekiel Beers. 

Norwalk — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Timothy 
T. Merwin, Noah Wilcox, Stephen Smith, William I. 
Street, .Tohn A. Weed, Thomas B. Butler, A. E. Smith, 
Samuel St.- John, James Quintard, Henry Selleck, 
George Hoyt, Joseph Hanford, Matthew Wilcox. 

Redding — Aaron Sanford jr., Jonathan R. Sanford, 
Thomas B. Fanton, Cortez Merchant, Walker Bates, 
David S. Duncomb, Thaddeus M. Abbott. 

Ridgefield — Harvey Smith, Thaddeus Keeler 2d., 
Nathan Smith, Hezekiah Scott, S. S. St, John, Wni. 
Sherw^ood, Elias Burchard, G. N. Benedict, Hugh S. 
Banks, Major Boughton, Vv^'illiam Lee, George Keeler, 
Henry Smith 2d. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Charles llawley, The- 
odore Davenport, Smith R. Sibley, Joshua B. Ferris, 
Sans Adams, Abisha Scofield, Wm. H. Holley, Wm. 
T. Miner, John W. Leeds, Abel Reynolds, Amri See 
field, John R. Leeds, Abisha Weed. 

Stratford — David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Josiah Gor- 
ham. Job Peck, John Goulding, Oliver Beardsley, David 
R. Judson, Stiles Judson, Lewis W^ells, Edward John, 
son, Isaac J, Booth, Lewis Wells 3d., Elijah Curtiss. 

Sherman — David Northrop, Fred'k Edwards, James 
M. Page, Horace Hungerford, Levi Leach, Walter B. 
Ferris, Morris Barnes, Samuel Giddings, Edward 
Briggs, Jedediah Graves. 

Trumbull— Elijah Middlebrook, David Beach, Ali 
Brinsmade, Francis Beach, Birdseye B. Plumb, Samuel 
Lyon, E. B. Middlebrook, David Hawiey, Stephen S. 
Mallet, Samuel Beardslee, H. S. Nichols, P. N. Fair- 
child. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, Isaac M. Sturges, Samuel 
Scott, James F. Chapman, Charles Marvin, G. A. Dav. 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

enport, Samuel Davenport, Samuel F. Lambert, George 
H. Randall. 

Weston — Oliver C. Sanford, Walker Sherwood, Eli 
Adams, Zenas Johnson, John Edward, Bradford Win- 
ton, Eiiphalet Coley, Edward Hill, Walker Lyon, Han. 
ford Nichols, Lloyd Seeley, Matthew Buckley. 

Westport — Eiiphalet Swift, Thomas F. Rowland, 
Alva Gray, John Gray, John Gray 2d., C. W. Taylor, 
Hezekiah Allen. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

David H. Belden, State Attorney. 

Fairfield — Thomas B. Osborne, Thomas Robinson, 
{Southport.) 

Bridgeport — Mark iVToore, Henry Dutton, William 
H. Noble, James C. Loomis, T. Dwight Morris. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackman. 

Danbury — Matthew^ B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hick- 
ok, Nelson White. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden, 
Isaac M. Sturges. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, James B. Butler, Timothy 
T. Merwin. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris. 

Westport — Eiiphalet Swift. 

Sheriff — Starr Ferry, Danbury. 
Deputies — Geo. Peck, Fairfield ; William H. Banks, 
Danbury ; George Wade, Bridgeport ; Josiah B. Fair- 
child, Newtown ; Davis Lockwood, Stamford ; David 
Lewis, Huntington ; Jonathan Camp jr., Norwalk; Hor. 
ace Fanton, Weston; Daniel Burr, Westport; Barney 
Bartram, Redding. 

Jailers — Geo. Keeler, Danbury; Geo. Peck, Fairfield. 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 
COUNTY COURT. 

JOSEPH EATON, Judge. 

Solomon Payne, } r^ • • «« 
T 1 -D t Commissioners. 

John Payne, ) 

D. P. Tyler, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 

Samuel Webb, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn — Adams White, Jonathan A. Welch, Dan- 
iel P. Tyler, John Day, Uriel Fuller, Nathaniel Martin, 
Samuel Cady, Nathan Witter jr. 

Ashford — Levi Work, Daniel Knowlton, Amasa 
Lyon, Michael Richmond, Ebenezer Chaffee, James 
B. Palmer, Leonard Dean, Benjamin C. Simmons, 
James D. Richmond, Henry Walker, John B. Adams, 
Ichabod Ward, Theophilus B. Chandler, Earl C. Pres- 
ton, Reuben Marcey, Theophilus Chandler. 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Solomon Payne, 
Chester Lyon, Ethan Chaffee, Walter Williams, Sam- 
uel L. Hough, Isaac Backus, Charles Adams, John 
Kendall, Joseph Farnham, Abijah Dewing, John Wit- 
ter, James Aspinwall. 

Chaplin — Origin Bennett, Luther Ripley, William 
Martin, Thomas Martin, James Utley, Darius Knight, 
Thomas Hough, Isaac Clark. 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleveland, Ebenezer Griffin, 
Philip Pearl, Jesse Burnham, Jonathan Clark, Royal 
Copeland, Mason Cleveland, Joseph Prentiss, Asa 
Burnham, John Tweedy, Harvey Fuller, Dyer Hughes, 
Josiah C. Jackson, Elias Burnham, Walter Ashley. 

Killingly — Arba Covel, Thomas Backus, William 
Alexander, Nathan Wood, Norman Kelley, Nicholas 
Durfee, Justin Hammond, Simeon Buck, Jabez Ames- 
bury, Mowry Sayles, Elisha Danielson, James H. 
Hutchins, William Law, Holden Torry. 

Plainfield — John Dunlap, Sessions Lester, Erastus 
Lester, Francis B. Johnson, Amos Witter, Jonathan 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

GofT, Joseph S. Gladding, Cornel Munroe, Henry Sa- 
bin, Lemuel Woodward, Allen Harris, Silas Bailey, 
Daniel Packer, Meshech Potter, Joseph Plutchins, Vin- 
cent Hinkley. 

Pomfret — George Sharp, Job Williams, Reuben Spal- 
ding, George H. Perrin, Charles Chandler, Robert D. 
Sharp, Elisha Lord, George B. Mathewson, Edward 
Eldridge, Scarborough Osgood, Charles J. Grosvenor, 
V\'inthrop O. Green. 

Thompson — George Learned, Simeon Davis, TaL 
cott Crosby, John J. Green, George Lamed, Nel- 
son S. Eddy, Edward Aldrich, Jonathan Nichols, Ste- 
phen B. Winsor, Laban T. Wilson, Nehemiah T. Ad- 
ams. 

Sterling — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow, John Gallup, 
Henry C. Call, Wheaton Wood, William B. Young, 
John Briggs, Andrew Young, Obed Perkins. 

Voiuntown — Daniel Keigwin, Gershom Palmer, Hen- 
ry Campbell, John E. Lirdley, Benjamin GaUup jr., 
Htnry Wylie, William S. Gordon. 

Windham — John Baldwin, Calvin Hebard, Thomas 
Gray, Stovvel Lincoln, David L. Fuller, John Palmer, 
Zepheniah Palmer, Roswell Moulton, Oliver Kingsiey, 
Daniel Tracey, Royal Jennings, James A. Hovey, 
Lloyd E. Baldwin. 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Stoddard, John Payne, The- 
ophilus B. Chandler, John F. Williams, John Fowler, 
George Bowen, Charles v^mith, Ezra Child, Daniel 
Lyman, Rhodes Arnold, Rufas S. Mathewson, Danforth 
Child, James Lamson, Hezekiah Bishop, Ebenezer 
Coibin, Rodney Martin, Asa Witter, Wheeler Philips. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan A. V/elcii, State Attorney. 
Ashford — Jared Richmond, Roswell R. Snow. 
Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, 
Uriel Fuller, 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Joseph Prentiss. 
Kiiiingiy — Thomas Backus. 



BErARTMENTS. 45 

Plainfield-— Francis B. Johnson. 

Pomiret— John Holbrook. 

Thompson — George Lamed, Simon Davis. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, John Baldwin, Edwards ^ 
Clark, Thomas Gray, Calvin liebbard, G. S. Catlin, 
James A. Hovey. 

Woodstock — John McCIellan, Ebenezer Sioddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Sheriff — John Gallup 3d., Brooklyn. 

Deputies — Benjamin E. Palmer, Brooklyn ; Daniel 
B. Dorset, Ashford ; John R. Tweedy, Hampton ; J. H. 
Culler, Plainfield; Franklin Bailey, Thompson; Ches- 
ter Hunt, Windham; Paraclete Skinner, Woodstock. 

Jailer— Byron Wheaton, Brooklyn. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

ANSEL STERLING, Judge, 
John Boyd, ^ ^ . . 

William Beebe, \ Commissioners. 

Origen S. Seymour, Clerk of Superior and County 
Courts. 

George C. Woodruff, Assistant do. 

Abel Catlin, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield — Asa Bacon, Seth P. Beers, Origen S. 
Seymour, George C. Woodruff, Elisha S. Abernethy, 
Hugh P. Welch, Ozias Lewis, Jonathan Buell, Truman 
Kilbourn, Chester C. Goslee, Samuel H. Dudley, 
Edward Hopkins, Samuel P. Bolies, Julius Griswold, 
Edward Cowles, William Bassett, Ralph G. Camp, 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Henry Skilton, Charles L. Webb, Jason Whiting, Cyrus 
Catlin. 

Barkhamsted — Lester Loomis, Jesse Ives, George 
Merrils, Iliram C4oodwin, Ilira Case, Flavel B. Graham. 
Virgil Taylor, Amos Beecher, Edward Camp. 

Bethlem— Joseph H. Bellamy, David Bird, Nathan 
Ilavvley, Leverett Judd, Adam C. Casson. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, James Fenn, Leman 
Church, John Elmore, Jr. Simeon Higley, Charles 
Ilollabird, Sereno B.Gilbert, Abraham C. Hewitt, John 
Isham, C. Hunt. 

Colebrook — >Samuel Whitford, Arthur Howell, 
Abram Chamberlin, Rufus Holmes, Harvey Whiting, 
Jared Deming. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, Benja- 
min Sedgwiqk, Phiio Kellogg, James Wadsworth, An- 
son Rogers, Frederick Kellogg, Chalker Pratt, Jason 
Beardsley. 

Goshen — Truman Starr, Augustus Mills, Nelson 
Brewster, Collins Baldwin, Eber Bailey, Joseph I. Gay- 
lord. 

Harwinton — Andrew Abernethy, Benajah Hayden, 
Jacob O. Catlin, Abijah Catlin, Sheldon Osborn, Henry 
Holt, Augustus S. Johnson, Lewis Smith. 

Kent— N. P. Perry, H. Benedict, F. J. Fenn, Ru- 
fus Fuller, Jr. Matthew S Barnum, John C. Berry, 
John Gilbert, Richard B. Stevenson. John R. Fuller, 
William Goodsell, Lyman Roberts. 

New Hartford — Roger Mills, Isaac Kellogg, Tertius 
Wadsworth, Heman Chapin, Roger H. Mills, James 
D. Thorp, Thomas Watson, Jr. Jamos F. Henderson, 
Benjamin Beckwith, Samuel vS. Bates. 

New Milford — Perry Smith, Joel Fanford, Albert N. 
Gaylord, David C. Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, Orange 
Walker, Sherman Peck, Samuel D. Orion, Lewis B. 
Sherwood, Levi Morris, Dunning Babbitt, Eldad C. 
Jackson, Henry Merwin, William Roberts, Albert N. 
Baldwin, John Wooster, Ezra Noble. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Bushnell 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Kiiapp, Amos Petiibone, Benjamin Welch, Jr. Thomaa 
Curtis, Erastus Smith. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Eli Potter, Hiram Pierce, 
John E. Lewis, Philo Lewis, William Woodruff, Hen- 
ry Terry, Lucius Bradley. 

Roxbury — Herman B. Eastman, William Pierce, 
William P. Miner, John Leavenworth, Curtis Blakesley. 

Salisbury — Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, 
John G. Mitchell, William C. Sterling, Roger Averill, 
J>)hn H. Hubbard, Nathaniel Benedict, Lot Norton Jr. 
Elisha Lee, Moore Chittenden, Timothy Chittenden, 
Horace Landon. 

Sharon — Samuel E. Everett, Ansel Sterling, Israel 
Camp, Charles F. Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Zaccheus 
W. Bissell, Ransom Smith, John W. McKoy, Samuel 
lioberts Jr., Silas A. Gray. 

Torrington — William Battell, Erastus Hodges, Rus- 
sell C. Abernethy, Noah Diake Jr., Griswold Wood, 
ward, Demas Coe, Thaddeus Griswold, Roderick 
Bissell, George D. Wadhams, Anson Colt Jr., Giles 
Whiting, Phineas North. 

Warren — George Starr, George P. Talmadge, Manly 
Peters, Asahel Wedge, Elijah Hayes. 

W^ashington — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Herman Baldwin, 
Daniel T. Mitchell, William Moody, David C.Whittle- 
sey, Noble Day, Joel Morehouse, Frederick Chittenden. 

Wateriown — Holbrook Curtis, James Skelton, Cyrus 
B. Manville, Merritt Hemingway, David Wheeler., B. 
M.Peck, Leman W. Cutler. 

Winchester — Luman VN akefield, Truman S.Whit. 
n^an, Theodore Hinsdale, Samuel Hurlbut, William S. 
HoUabird, Alva Nash, Samuel W. Coe, Silas H. M'Al. 
pine, Gideon Hall, Jr. John Boyd, Jonathan Blake, Reu- 
ben Cook, George Dudley. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Gideon B. Botsford, 
Thomas Buell, Elijah Sherman, Jr. Jesse Miner, Reu. 
ben H. Hotchkiss, Phineas S. Biadley, Nathaniel B. 
Smith, Treat Camp. 



48 JUDICIAL ANB CIVIL 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

David C. Sanford, State Attorney. 

Litchfield — Asa Bacon, S. P. Beers, Truman Smith, 
George C. Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, Elisha S, 
Abernethy, Francis Bacon. 

Barkhamsted — Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, John Elmore, Leman 
Church, John Elmore Jr., Daniel Jaqua. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton. 

Goshen — Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton — Abijah Catlin. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr. 

New Hartford —Roger Mills, Roger H. Mills. 

New Milford — David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
Nathaniel Perry, D. B. Wilson. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Salisbury — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, 
John H. Hubbard, Roger Avcrill. 

Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich* 
ard Smith. 

Washington — Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester — William S. Hoilabird, Gideon Hall, Jr. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps. 

Sheriff — Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield. 
Deputies — Seth Catlin, Litchfield ; James R. Mills, 
New Hartford; William P. Judd, Norfolk; John E. 
Sedgwick, Cornwall Hollow ; P. W. Mills, Kent; D. 
G. Piatt, Washington; Marcus DeForest, Woodbury; 
Seth F. Wilder, Winchester ; Henry S. Norton, Sails- 
bury; Harry Lockwood, Sharon; Edward N. Hine^ 
New Milford ; W. N. Reid, Plymouth. 

Jailer — Roswell Lampson, Litchfield. 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

ELI WARNER, Judge. 

Gideon Higgins, ) r» • • « 
Joseph Chidsey, \ Commissioners. 

John Fisk, Clerk of Superior and County CourtSo 
John Fisk, Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Eli Wilcox, Charles C. Tyler, 
Samuel W. Griswold, Stillman K. Wightman, Elisha 
Treat, Enoch Tryon, Buckley Whitmore, Henry D. 
Smith, David D. Parmelee, Elijah Paddock, Wilham 
Woodward, Charles Buckland, Richard Atkins, Will- 
iam Plumb, Richard Rand, Stephen Taylor, Noah A. 
Phelps, Edward Savage, Eben Wilcox, Luther Bowers, 
Daniel Griswold, E. L. H. Chamberlain, Levi Coe, Da- 
vid Allen, T. G. Mather, Daniel Bacon, Charles Hub- 
bard, Justus Stocking, Ebenezer Bacon. 

Chatham — Selden Cook, Guy Cooper, Samuel Hall, 
David Chittenden, Erastus Strong, E. A. Penfield, Am- 
asa Carrier, Huntington Selden, Philip Sage, Elijah 
Clark, N. C. Smith, John Markham, Jr. Ralph Good- 
rich, David Cornwall, J. R. Ames, Ezra Foote, Russel 
Penfield, Justin M. Smith, David T. Childs, Francis G. 
Edgarton, Julius Gates, George Barstow. 

Chester — Eli Warner, Joshua L. L'Hommedieu, 
Samuel P. Russell, Socrates Denison, Samuel Colt, 
Samuel Silliman. 

Clinton — Austin Olcott, George Carter, John Stanton, 
Eli A. Elliott, Nathan Belcher, Aaron G. Hurd, Edward 
Wright, 

Durham — William G. Chauncey, John White, Lem- 
uel Camp, Zebulon Hale, Alfred Camp, CharlQS Hick- 
cox, Munson Strong. 
4 



50 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

East Haddam — Ozias Holmes, E. A. Bulkley, J. C 
Palmer, Helon Cone, J. R. Gardner, GideDn Higgins, 
Moses B. Wright, Francis Griffin, A. P. Jones, Ebe- 
nezer Fox, W. H. Cone, Alfred Gates, William C. 
Nichols, Horace Palmer, Richard Pratt, Isaac Chester, 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Diodate Brainard, Will- 
iam Cook, D. C. Hubbard, Lines Parmelee, Smith 
Clark, B. H. Catlin, Stephen Johnson, John H. Burr, 
Friend Dickinson, J. H. Shailer, Elias Selden, Jona- 
than Arnold, Dudley Clark, John K. Burr, George S. 
Brainard, Aaron Brainard, Hurlbut Swan. 

Killingworth — Elisha Kelsey, Leonard Davis, David 
P. Kelsey, David Evarts, Rufus Turner, Philander Ste- 
phens, Pember K. Hinkley. 

Saybrook — George Pratt, Asa H. King, Giles Blague^ 
John L. Whittlesey, Stephen Chalker, Samuel Ingham 
William C. Bull, William Bull, Selden M. Pratt, Alphe- 
us Starkey, G. R. Bailey, George Read, F. A. Clark, 
F. W. Shepard, R. P. V/iliiams, Sidney Bushnell. 

Westbrook — Jedediah Post, Jesse Platts, Joseph 
Spencer, Reuben Stannard, Alfred Chittenden. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Eliphalet a. Bulkley, State Attorney. 

Middletown — Jonathan Barnes, S. K. Wightman, C. 
C. Tyler, Samuel W. Griswold, N. A. Phelps. 

Clinton — Nathan Belcher. 

East Haddam — N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. S(arkey. 

Sheriff — Linus Goe, Middletov^n. 

Deputies — Curtis Bacon, Middletown ; Ebesezer 

Smith, Chatham ; Charles Stephens, Clinton ; Samuel 

Holmes, East Haddam ; Charles W. Snow, Saybrook. 

Jailers— William M. Ward, Middletown ; Ezekiel S- 

Clark, Haddam. 



DEPARTxMENTS. 51 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTV COURT. 

ELISHA STEARNS, Judge. 

Daniel Glazier, ) Commissioners. 

Saul Alvord, s 

Jeremiah Parish, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 

Joseph Howard, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland — Elisba Stearns, Calvin Willey, Jeremiah 
Parish, George M. Hyde, Loren P. Waldo, Warren 
Fitch, Seth D. Griggs, Stephen Ladd, Ebenezer West, 
Jeduthan Gleason. 

Bolton — Saul xMvord, Daniel W. Badger, Jabez L. 
White jr., Noah Strong, Sanford Steele, Ahab Smith, 
William Keeney. 

Columbia — Samuel Little, Asahel Clarke, Daniel 
Holbrook, Alpheus Kingsley jr., Samuel West, Sanford 
Yeomans, Amherst Scoville, Norman Little, Charles 
P. HoUister. 

Coventry — Otis Sweet, Eleazer Plunt, James White, 
Edward G. Huntington, Calvin Manning, Willard 
Hutchinson, Joseph Dow, Alonzo W. Birge, Timothy 
Dimmick, John W. Boynton, Henry R. Waters, Calvia 
Daggett, Thomas K. Jones. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, Oliver W. Steele, John H. 
Brockway, Ephraim Dimmick, Benjamin Pinney. 

Hebron — Peyton R. Gilbert, Ralph Gilbert, Hum- 
phrey T. Fuller, Epaphroditus Porter, Israel E. Hutch- 
inson, Gardner Barber, Cyrus Bingham, Austin Tuttle, 
Anson Chappel, Charles Post, Gurley Phelps, Abner 
Hendee, Joseph White, Hazael Gott jr., George A. 
Gillett. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, Seth Dunham, John Fitch, 
Thomas Clarke, Edmund Freeman, Dan Barrows, 
Needha.m Slate, William A. Fisk, Royal Storrs jr., 
William Atwood, Eber Dunham, Salmon A. Storrs, 
Fearing Swift, Daniel F. Hibbard. 



52 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbee, Oliver Chapin 2d., John 
Phillips, Jonathan Clark, Asa Arnold, Amariah Kib- 
bee jr. 

Stafford — Rodolphus Woodworlh, Amos Harvey, Zi. 
na Winter, Eli Converse, Nathaniel Sibley, Alfred 
Thrasher, William A. Foster, Joseph Alden, Cyrrel 
Johnson, Calvin Knight, Garner Cady, Philip Orcut, 
Jonathan Pasco. 

Union — Samuel Crawford, William P. Sessions^ Au- 
gustus Moore, Shubael Hammond. 

Vernon — Lebeus P. Tinker, Francis McLean, Oliver 
H.King, Samuel S. Talcott, Phineas Talcott, Thadde- 
us C. Bruce, Warren Smith. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier, John G. Moulton, Ori- 
gin Dimmick, Robert Sharp, Rufus Rider, Hiram Rider. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. - 

LoREN P. Waldo, State Attorney. 
Tolland — Calvin Willey, Jeremiah Parish, Loren 
P. Waldo. 

Bolton — Saul Alvord. 

Columbia — Asahel Clark. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, John H. Brockway. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbe'rt. Salmon A. Storrs. 

Mansfield — John Fitch, 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbe. 

Stafford — Rodolphus Woodworth. 

Williiigton— Elisha Wright. 

Sheriff — Simon Plouse, Hebron. 

Deputies — Solomon L. Griggs, Tolland ; Samuel D. 
Anderson, Mansfield ; Lemuel Ingalls, Stafford ; Mar- 
cus Woodward, Somers; Luther Talcott, Bolton. 

Jailer — Novatus Chapman, Tolland. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 

COURTS OF PROBATE 



53 



districts. 
Hartford, 
Berlin, 
Bristol, 
Burlington, 



Seth Terry. 
Joseph Wright. 
Tracy Peck. 

Elisha Hotchkiss. 



CLERKS. 

Nathaniel Goodwin^ 
E. A. Parker. 

Edward Field. 



East Windsor, William Barnes. 

Enfield, Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington, Egbert Cowles. 

Granby, Thos. G. Holcomb. 

Hartland, William Selby. 

Simsbury, John O. Pettibone. 

Southington, Stephen Walkley. 

Suffield, Luther Loomis. 

New Haven, Nathaniel R. Clark. John Beach* 

Cheshire, Silas Hitchcock. 

Guilford, Joel Tuttle. R. D. Smith. 

Madison, Jesse Crampton. 

Meriden, James S. Brooks. 

Milford, Abijah Carrington. 

Wallingford, Elisha M. Pomeroy. E. H. Ives. 

Waterbury, Norton J. Buell. 

New LoNDON,Jirah Isham. 

Norwich, John Hyde. 

Colchester, Frederick Morgan. 

Groton, James Gallup. 

Lebanon, Oliver Pettis. 

Ledyard. Erastus Williams. 

Lyme, William Marvin. Charles J. M^Curdy. 

N. Stonington,Elias Hewett. 

Stonington, Asa Fish. 



Fairfield, 

Danbury, 

Bridgeport, 

Newtown, 

Norwalk, 

Redding, 

Stamford, 

Stratford, 



Rufas Blakernan, 
Edward Taylor. 
Isaac Sherman. 
Theophilus Nichols. 
Benjamin Isaacs. 
Thomas B. Fanton. 
Joshua B. Ferris. 
David Plant. 



54 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



DISTRICTS. JUDGES- 

Weston, Bradford Winton. 

Westport, Thos. F. Roland. 
Brooklyn. Bela B. Spalding. 
Aehford, Daniel Knowlton. 

Canterbury, Solomon Payne. 
Hampton, Mason Cleaveland. 
Killingly, Thomas Backus. 
Plainfield, Joseph Eaton. 
Pomfret, Job Williams. 

Thompson, Jonathan Nichols. 
Voluntown, Harvey Campbell. 
Windham, Calvin Hebbard. 
Woodstock, T. B. Chandler. 
Litchfield. Ralph G. Camp. 
Barkhamsted, Jesse Ives. 
Harwinton, Abijah Catlin. 
Kent, Nathaniel P. Perry. 

NewHartford,Roger H. Mills. 
New Milford, Nathaniel Perry. 
Norfolk, Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler. 
Sharon, "^¥1x1. M. Burrall. 

Washington, Dan'l B. Brinsmade 
Watertown, Holbrook Curtiss. 
Winchester, Gideon Hail, Jr. 
Woodbury, Nathaniel B. Smith. 
MiDDLETOWN, Samuel Cooper. 
Clinton, George Carter. 

Chatham, Philip Sage. 
Haddam, Smith Clark. 

East Haddam,Eliph. A. Bulkley. 



Daniel P. Tyler. 

James A- Hovey. 
John F. Gordon. 



Saybrook, 

Tolland, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Mansfield, 

Stafford, 

Some IS, 



Selden M. Pratt. 
Elisha Stearns- 
Asa Willey. 
AbnerHendee. 
John Fitch. 
Rodol. Woodworth. 
Walter R. Kibbee. 



Thomas Ball. 
John Fisk. 
George Larkum, Jr. 

Linus Parmelee. 

Henry W. Spencer> 

Moses Bull. 
Lucius G. Hendee. 
Edmund Freeman. 
F. R. Woodworth. 
A. Johnson. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 55 

LIST or NOTARIES PUBLIC, 

COMMISSIONED IN 1840. 

Charles White, Brooklyn.. 
Geer Terry, Enfield. 
Henry Fowler, Hartland. 
Bela Farnum, East Haven. 
David Baldwin, Preston. 
Austin Brewster, do. 
John Beach, New Haven. 
William G. Webster, New Haven. 
Ebenezer Learned jr., Norwich. 
Charles L. Porter, Hartford. 
Leonard A. Daggett, New Haven- 
John Searrett, do. 
Abner Hen dee, Hebron. 
Nathaniel B. Clark, New Haven. 
Lucius J. Hendee, Hebron. 
Tracy Peck, Bristol. 
Russel Wheeler, North Stonington. 
Ansel Coats, do. 
Joseph Hayden, Saybrook. 
Sedley Snow, do. 
Ralph D. Smith, Guilford. 
Samuel Belden, Wilton. 
Philip Betts, do. 
Francis Sheffield, North Stoningtofic 
Samuel H. Judd, Waterbury. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, New Haven. 
William B. Bristol, do- 
Samuel Gates, Voluntown. 
Thomas Gray, Windham. 
William G. Gates, do. 
George Hill, Norwich. 
Lyman Brewer, do. 
Burrage Beach, Cheshire. 
Thomas A. Clark, Lisbon, 
Joseph L. Lyon, do. 
Samuel W. Wood, Ledyard, 
-Leonard H. Church, New HaveUe 



56 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Thomas S. Perkins, New London. 
Elijah F. Dutton, do. 

Wm. P. Cleaveland jr., do, 
Daniel Barnes, New Haven. 
George Perkins, Norwich. 
Walter Goodell, Ghaplin. 
Benajah Andrews, Meriden. 
Eli C. Birdseye, do. 
William C. Stanton, Voluntown.. 
Andrew C, Lippet, New London 
Francis D. Perry, Fairfield. 
Abraham Clark, Darien. 
John Danforth, New London. 
Samuel G. Blackman, Norwalk.. 
James Moore, East Windsor. 
Joseph B, Gay, Thompson. 
Edward Hill, Fairfield. 
Joshua B. Ferris, Stamford. 
William H. Holly, do. 
Mason Cleaveland, Hampton. 
La Fayette S» Foster, Norwich, 
Eliphalet A. Bulkley, East Haddam.. 
Linus Parmelee,. Haddam. 
Henry Tainter, Hampton. 
Charles Robinson, New Haven. 
Selah Strong, Milford. 
William Storer, New Haven, 
William Robbins 2d., Wethersfield.. 
Jonathan B. Flint, Tolland. 
Francis Amy, Stonington. 
George Hubbard, do. 
Jonathan Barnes, Middletown. 
Samuel W. Griswold, do. 
Walter Mitchell, Hartford. 
Charles Sabin, Stonington; 
Loren P. Waldo, Tolland. 
Charles T. Hillyer, Granby. 
Francis Parsons, Hartford. 
Oliver Shepard, Danbury. 
Reuben Booth, do. 

^.oX^ Fostej!, East Haddam.. 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

Dyer Ames, Middletown. 
Jesse Charlton, East Windsor. 
John F. Williams, Woodstock. 

F. G. Comstock, Wethersfield. 
Francis Brown, Litchfield. 
Samuel Close, Greenwich. 
Calvin Daggett, Coventry. 
George C. Woodruff, Litchfield. 
Abram Clock, Darien. 

Henry Perkins, Hartford. 

"William F. Brainard, New London. 

S. W. Starky, Saybrook. 

G. Holt, New London. 
John L. Lester, Ledyard. 
Jacob A. Geer, Groton. 
John D. Noyes, Stonington. 
Asa Fish, do. 

John C. Palmer, East Haddam. 
Jesse Wright, Lebanon. 
Joseph Williams, Norwich. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate — May, 1840.] 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Benjamin Lyman, John J. Gunn. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown. James B. Fairman, 
Abijah Merritt. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough. Ezra Foot, Moseley 
Talcott. 

4. Cheshire. Eli B. Austin, Romeo Lowrey. 



58 COMMISSIOMERS. 

5. Colchester and Chatham. John C. Bulkley, 
Charles H. Pel ton. 

6. Centre. Willis Gilbert, John Fowler. 

7. Chester and North Killingworth. Samuel C. Sil- 
liman, Horace Redfield. 

8. Colchester and Isorvvich. John Isham, George 
Bliss. 

9. Columbia. George Gillett, Henry R. Waters. 

10. Connecticut. Jeremiah Sturges, Edwin Lock- 
wood. 

11. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield. Walker Prentiss, Hora- 
tio N. Wetherell. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island. Thomos C. 
Hayward, Luther Day. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield. George Andrews, 
Charles Starr. 

15. Durham and East Guilford. Abel Rossiter, 
Milos Merwin, Jr. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester. Samuel S. War- 
ner, Oliver Warner. 

17. East Middle. Elijah Warner, Ebenezer Bates. 

18. Essex. Jared C. Uedfield, Horace Redfield. 

19. Farmington River. Abiram Chamberlin, San- 
ford Brown. 

20. Fairfield, Reading and Weston. 

21. Fair Haven. David Evarts, Thomas G. Wood, 
ward. 

22. Goshen and Sharon. Eber Colter, John P. 
Porter. 

23. Granby. Oliver Alderman, Peter J. Jewett. 

24. Greenwoods. Warren Cone, Hosea Hinsdale. 

25. Groton and Stonington, Elias Hewett, Nathan 
F. Denison. 

36. Guilford and Durham, Joseph Taylor Abel 
Rossiter. 

27. Hartford and New London. Samuel C. Selden, 
Asa Fish, and Solomon Cole. 

28. Hartford and New Haven. Charles W. Curtiss, 
John B. Eldridge. 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham, and New London 
county. Stanley White, Jesse Wright. 

30. Hartford and Tolland. Solomon L. Driggs, 
Ashbel Olmsted. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam. George Gillelt, 
Ebenezer Smith. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge. Ezekiel 
Gilbert, John A. Coe. 

33. HoiTsatonic. Sheldon Smith, Sheldon Church. 
31. Huntington, David Walker, Hall Beardsley. 

35. Killingworth. Josiah C. Chittenden, Orrin Free- 
man. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall. Peter Bierce, John A. 
Stewart. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton. Jonathan Rossiter, 
John A. Woodrufi^. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford. Abel Hine, Edward 
Hunt. 

39. Middlesex. Ozias Holmes, Samuel Parsons. 

40. Middletown and Berlin. Charles W^oodward, 
Stephen Taylor. 

41. MiddletoAvn and Durham. Miles Merwin, jr. 
Richard JMansfield. 

42. Middletown and Meriden. Horace Clarke, 
Willis Woodruff'. 

43. Mohegan. John Brewster, Albert G. Darrow. 

44. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. George Bradley, 
Stephen Middlebrook. 

45. Moosup. 

46. Nev/ Milford and floxbury. Edward Hine, Royal 
J. Canfield. 

47. Norwich and Salem. John M. Peabody, Josiah 
Raymond. 

48. New Haven and Derby. Benjamin Beecher, 
Lyman Osborne. 

49. New Haven and Milford. Henry Peck, David 
Miles. 

50. New London and Lyme. Matthew Bacon, Dan- 
iel Waters. 

51. New London and Windham Co. Amos Witter, 
Gurdon Pendleton, 



60 COMMISSIONERS. 

52. New Milford and Sherman. Albert N. Gaylord, 
William T. Hopson. 

53. New Preston. Orriu Bennett', Daniel D. Hal- 
lock. 

54. Northfield. Alanson Coley, Charles Gorham. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury. David Osborne, Erastus 
Sturges. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown. Walter Clark, Isaac M. 
Sturges. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock. Joseph W. Tracy, 
Willard Hubbard. 

58. Oxford. Erastus Osborn, David Candee. 

59. Pettipaug and Guilford. 

60. Pine's Bridge. 

61. Providence. Samuel Reynolds, John Day. 

62. Rimmon Falls. Erastus Osborn, David Candee. 

63. Salem and Hamburg. Levi H. Goddard, Rich- 
ard W. Lee. 

64. Sharon and Cornwall. Jedediah Calhoun, David 
Comstock 2d. 

65. Sympauge. Charles Starr, Thomas B. Butler. 

66. Shetucket. George Loring, Erastus Morgan. 

67. Stafford. 

68. Sail River. Elisha Smith, Hosea Hinsdale. 

69. Souihington and Waterbury. Sherman Bron- 
son, Elisha A. Cowles. 

70. Sandy Brook. Theron Rockwell, Richard A. 
Doolittle. 

71. Straits. Erastus Osborn, Samuel H. Nettleton. 

72. Sugar Hollow. Thomas B. Butler, Starr Ni- 
chols. 

73. Talcott Mountain. Hiram Goodwin, Sherman 
Osborn. 

74. Thompson. Parley Jordan, Edward Aldridge. 

75. Tolland County. Thomas Watson jr. 

76. Torrington. Deeius Humphrey. 

77. Tolland and Mansfield. Ebenezer Clarke, Chel- 
Bea Chapman. 

78. Washington. Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Sheldon 
W. Ford. 



COMMISSIONERS. 61 

79. Windham and Coventry. Nathaniel Root, Isaac 
Knight. 

80. Windham and Mansfield. James White, John 
J. Moulton. 

81. West Middle. 

82. Windham and Brooklyn. Nathan Allen, Avilla 
Taylor. 

83. Waterbury River. Abijah Munn, Moses Hall. 

84. Wolcottville. Russell C. Abernethy, Uriel Tut- 
tle. 

85. Weston. Joseph Bennett, Walker Sherwood. 

86. Wells Hollow. Sylvanus Sterling, Philo Hawley. 

87. Warren. Luther Munson, Peter Bierce. 

88. Branch. Isaac Bennett, John S. Wilson. 

89. Monroe and Newtown. Charles Clarke, George 
Bradley. 

90. Fairfield County^ Lemuel Beers, Charles Smith. 
9L Hadlyme. Joseph Warner, George Gates. 

92. Chester and North Killingworth Turnpike Co. 
Sedley Snow, Heman-S. Franklin. 

93. Black Rock and Weston. Abraham D. Bald- 
win, John S. Wilson. 

94. Sherman and Reading. Lucius Northrup, Sam- 
uel D. Feck. 

95. Hop River. Collins Main, Amos Perkins. 

96. North Killingworth and North Madison. Rufus 
Turner, Sherman Munger. 

97. Millington. John T. Bulkley, Wm. Spencer. 

98. Litchfield and Plymouth. Ozias Lewis, Elijah 
Warner. 

99. River Turnpike Company. Sheldon Smith, 
Sheldon Church. 



ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. Edward R. Warren, Roswell Smith. 

2. Hartford. James M. Goodwin, Frederick W. 
Grant, Solomon Olmsted. 

3. Mystic. Roswell Fish, Amos Clift. 

4. Tomlinson's. William K. Townsend, William 
Moseley. 



62 COMMISS ONEHS. 

5. Bridgeport. Josiah Gorham, Samuel Stratton. 
(}. Washington. Selah Strong, Enoch Foot. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company. Sheldon 
Smith, Sheldon Church. 

8. Zoar. Charles B. Booth, Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

9. Bennett's. Jacob Beers, Russell Wooster. 

10. Havv'Iey's. Alonzo Beers, Benedict Dunning. 

11. Lyman Smith, Grandison Warner. 

12. Bull's Falls. Peter Bierce, A. C. Rouse. 

13. Pratt's. Peter Bierce, A. C. Rouse. 

14. Fuller's. Peter Bierce, A. C. Rouse, 

15. Union. 

16. Edmond's. 

17. Norwich and Preston. Erastus Coit, Henry 
Palmer, William P. Nash. 



ON FERRIES. 

i. New London. John Pludson, Isaac flarris. 

2. Gales'. Robert Comstock, Norman B. Barnes. 

3. Chapman's. George Clark, Ansel Hungerford. 

4. Warner's. James Gates, Samuel Colt. 

5. Iligganum. William Cook, Hezekiah Child. 

6. East Haddam. Robert W. Chapman, Hurlburt 
Swan. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing. John Stewart, Titus 
Whitmore. 

8. Essex. Jared C. Redfield, Samuel C. Ely. 

9. Rocky Hill. James Killam, Ebenezer Goodale. 

10. Pratt's. Robert Robbins, George Merrick. 

11. Kings'. Samuel Ball, Apollos Fuller. 

12. East Windsor. Jasper Morgan, Roderick King, 

13. Warehouse Point. William Barnes, Horace 
Birge. 

14. Enfield and Suffield. Luther Loomis, Henry 
Kingsbury. 

15. Saybrook. Amos Sheffield, Enoch Noyes. 

16. Haddam Island. Noah Brooks, Robert W. 
Chapman. 

18. Hartford and East Hartford. Banning Mann, 
Pardon Brownell. 



COMMISSIONERS. 63 

COMMISSIONERS. 

Union Company. 
Jeremiah Brown, Henry Barnard, Lemuel White. 

Hartford and Springfield Rail Road. 
Eliphalet Avcriil, Harvey Bissell, Erastus Holcomb. 

Ilousatonic Rail Road. 
Leman Church, Henry Dutton. 

Hartford and New Haven Rail Road. 
William H. Ellis, John Stewart, Selah Strong. 

Farmington Canal. 

Joel Hinman, Eliakim Kimb(3rly, Adna Whiting, Byard 

Barnes. 

Norwich and Worcester Rail Road. 
Joel W. White, Darius Matthewson, Adam Larrabee. 

N. Y. Providence and Boston Rail Road. [App. 1839] 
William Randall, Gnrdon Trumbull, Charles Mallory. 

Retreat for the Insane. 
John T. Norton, Learned Hebard, 

Directors State Prison. 
Joseph Pratt, Oliver H. King, Samuel C. Selden. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut, to take the 
acknowledgment of Deeds, Depositioos, &c., in the 
respective States where they reside. 
New York City — Frederick Ellsworth Mather, Ran- 
som Fayerweather, Joseph W^ood, Mortimer M. Jack- 
son, Ebenezer Young, William H. Smith, Charles F. 



64 COMMISSIONERS. 

Croswell, John Hilldreth, Lewis B, Woodruff, Harrison 
G. O. Babcock, George Gibbs, George Folsom, Frede- 
rick A. Hanford, Edmond Terry, Theodore Hinsdale, 
Josiah M. Carter, John T. Seeley, Wm. L. Pierson, 
Richard Goodman. 

Boston — George S. Bulfinch, John P. Putnam. 

Albany, N. Y. — Epaphras L. Sherman, Robert J. 
Hilton. 

Rochester, N. Y. — Levi A. Ward. 

Troy, N. Y. — David L. Seymour. 

Greenwich, N. Y. — Daniel Frost jr. 

Buffalo, N. Y. — Legrand Marvin. 

Perry, N. Y.— Isaac N. Stoddard. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. — Silas E. Haight. 

Ledyard, N. Y. — Ebenezer Watrous. 

Ovid, N. Y.— Fayette Allen. 

Detroit, Mich. — A. Williams. 

Mobile, Ala. — William H. Bunnell. 

Alabama — Calvin B. Butler. 

Portage County, Ohio — William H. Smith, David R. 
Tiiden. 

Jefferson County, Kentucky — Jefferson Smith. 

La Fayette, Ind. — Henry W. Ellsworth. 

Wilmington — Jeremiah Lippett. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, and Southington. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, and Bloomfield. 

4. Nevv^ Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange and North 
Haven. 

5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middle- 
bury, Waterbury, Prospect, and Wolcott. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Merriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, and North Branford. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington and 
Waterford. 



SEN.\TORIAL DISTRICTS. 05 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lishon, and Franklin. 

9. Lyme Colchester, Lebarron, Montville, Salem, 
and Bozra. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, aud Monroe. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield, and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, Ster- 
ling, Voluntown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlera, Woodbridge, Watertown and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen and Kent. 

18. Middletown, Durham, and Chatham. 

19. Haddam, EastHaddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
Chester, and Westbrook. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, and 
Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford County. 

** " 2. New Haven and Middlesex do. 

" " 3. New London do. 

*' " 4. Fairfield do. 

** »* 5. Litchfield do. 

" " 6. Windham and Tolland do, 



66 



TOWN OFFICERS 



To-wia Officers, 



TOWNS. 

Hartford, 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

Bloomfield, 

Windsor, 

Bristol, 

Burlington, 

Canton, 

E. Hartford, 

East Windsor. 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Glastenbury, 

Granby. 

Hartland, 

Marlborough, 

Manchester, 

Simsbury, 

Southington, 

Suffield, 

Wethersfield. 

New Haven, 

Fair Haven, 

Westville, 

Bethany, 

Woodbridge, 

Branford, 

N. Branford, 

Cheshire, 

Derby, 

East Haven, 

Guilford, 

Hamden, 

Madison, 

Meriden, 

Middleburj, 



TOWN CLERK. 

Henry Francis. 

Alfred Kellogg. 
William Bulkley. 

William Howard. 
Tracy Peck. 
Abraham Pettibone. 
William Hallock. 
Owen H. Olmsted. 
,James Moore. 
Jabez T. Taylor. 
Horace Cowles. 
Henry Dayton. 

Benjamin Giddin^. 
Eben Strong. 
George W. Cheney, 

Jesse Olney. 
O. L. Sheldon. 
Ashbel Robertson. 
John Scarrit, 



FIRST SELECTMAN. 

Jeremy Hoadley, 

Darius Sperry. 
Ashbel Hooker. 

Giles Ellsworth. 
Charles G. Ives. 
.Gad Frisby. 
John W. Harger. 
Eli Olm.sted. 
Levi Moody. 
John King. 
Erastus Scott. 
Fraray Hale, jr. 

John Church, 2d. 
David M. Lord. 
Edward Griswold, 

Francis W. Wilcox. 
Horace Sheldon. 
John Francis. 
Benjamin Beecher. 



Hezekiah Thomas, 
Bevil P. Smith. 
William Tyler. 

E. A. Cornwall. 
Joseph P. Canfield. 
Bela Farnham. 
Joel Tutile. 
Russel Pierpont. 
W. P. Munger. 
E. C. Birdsey. 
Larmon Townsend. 



Harry French. 
.Tames J. Baldwin, 
Orin D. Squires. 

Elihu Yale. 
Leman Chatfield, 
Reuel Andrews. 
Jedediah Parker. 
W. S. Munger. 

do. 
Moses Andrews. 
Alvin Hine, 



AND THE CENSUS. 



67 



aud the Census. 



COLLECTOR. 


1840. 


1830. 


Gain. 


Loss. 


Benjamin Hastings. 


12793 I 

*9468 ( 
1001 


9789 


3004 




Ashbel Gleason. 


1025 




24 


Sherlock C. Hall. 


3411 


3037 


374 




Joel Palmer. 


985 ) 
2283 ( 


3220 


48 




Edward Terry. 


2109 


1707 


402 




Charles H. Upson. 


1202 


1301 




99 


Ezekiel Hosibrd. 


1736 


1437 


299 






2389 


2237 


152 




Levi Moody. 


360O 


3536 


64 




.Jonathan Pease. 


2648 


2129 


519 




Hetiry Phelps. 


2041 


1901 


140 




John F. Hubbard. 


3077 


2980 


97 






2609 


2733 




m 


Hiram D. Parsons. 


1060 


1221 




161 


Asa Day. 


713 


704 


9 




Eli Pitkin, 


1695 


1576 


119 






1896 


2221 




325 


Henry A. Miller. 


1887 


1844 


43 




Halsey Wright. 


2GG9 


2690 




21 


Homer Camp. 


3824 


3853 




29 


G. Morse. 


tl4390 ) 
787 } 
643 S 










10678 


3712 












Abijah Judd. 


1171 } 

958$ 


2052 


77 




Aurelius Peck. 




Abraham Rogers, jr. 


1323 I 
1016 I 


2332 


7 




Samuel Cook. 


1529 


1780 




251 


Orvil G. Morse. 


2852 


2253 


599 




Samuel Chidsey, jr. 


1382 


1229 


153 




Amos Griswold, jr. 


2412 


2344 


68 




Henry Peck. 


1797 


1666 


131 




do. 


1815 


1809 


6 




Silas Y. Ives. 


1880 


1708 


172 




Julius Bronson. 


761 


816 




55 



^ City. 



t New Haven City, 12960. 



TOWN OFFICERS 



TOWNS. TOWN CLERK. 

Milford, David L. Baldwin. 

North Haven, 

Orange, 

N. J. Wllcoxson. 

James Street. 



Oxford, 

Prospect, 

Southbury, 

Wallingford 

Waterbury, 

Wolcott, 



Norton J. Buell. 

Levi Moulthrop. 
New LoNDONjHenry Douglass. 
Norwich, Othniel Gager, jr. 



FIRST SELECTMAN. 

Abijah Carrington. 



Clark Botsford. 
Benjamin Jt latt. 



Elias Cook. 
Ira Fisher. 
Isaac Harris. 
Gurdon Chapman. 



Bozrah, 

Colchester, 

Franklin, 

Griswold, 

Groton, 

Ledyard, 

Lebanon, 

Lisbon, 

Lyme, 

East Lyme, 

Montviile, 

N. Stonington, 

Preston, 

Salem, 

Stonington, 

Waterford, 

Fairfield, 

Danbury, 

Bridgeport. 

Brookfield, 

Darien, 

Greenwich, 

Huntington, 

Monroe, 



Gardiner Avery. Daniel Herrick. 
Frederick Morgan. Newhall Taintor. 
G. S. Hartshorn. James W. Lindsley. 



Elisha Morgan. 
Christo. Newton. 

Sanford Brumley. 
John Noyes. 
Zadock L.Beckwith 
M. C. Raymond. 
,01iver Hewitt. 
Austin Brewster. 
Nathan Minard, 
John D. Noyes. 
Elijah P. Baker. 
Samuel A. Nichols. 
Thomas P. White. 
Isaac Sherman. 



Belton A. Copp. 
Daniel Lamb. 

Joseph B. Hebbard. 

S. J. Lord. 
.Reuel Royce. 

Charles Allyn. 

Latham IIull. 

Elisha Crary. 

Josiah Raymond. 

Asa Fish. 

Philip Morgan. 
. David Hill. 

Rosa Starr. 

Wilson Hawley. 



Bryon Smith. Ormond Bradley. 



Samuel Close. 
Lemuel Beardsley* 
S. B. Beardsley. 



F. Lockwood. 
T. Beardsley. 
Henry Lewis. 
Watts Comstock. 



New Canaan, S. C. Silliman, jr. ,, «..« — ,..^.^^,^. 
N. Fairfield, Samuel T. Barnum. Amos R. Stephens 



AND THE CENSUS. 



COLLECTOR. 


1840. 


Stephen B. Ford. 


2455 




1349 




1329 




1625 


Richard Tyler. 


548 




]542 




2255 


Moses S. Cook. 


3668 


James Alcott, jr. 


633 


Robert Fellows. 


5528 


Frederick Prentice. 


7239 




*4200 


Jehiel Johnson. 


1063 


Joseph C. Hammond. 


2101 


Isaac Johnson. 


1000 




9166 


Urben Avery. 


2963 


Roswell Allyn. 


1871 
2194 


William C. Cutler. 


1052 


Timothy Johnson. 


2854 


Roland Rogers, jr. 


1439 


WiUiam Whaley. 


1990 


C. W. Crary. 


2270 


Austin Phillips. 


1727 


Alfred Loomis. 


815 


David Stanton. 


3898 


Reuben D. Smith. 


2331 


Horace Banks. 


3654 


G. G. Taylor. 


4503 


Daniel 0. Wheeler. 


4570 




*3294 


Lewis Sherman. 


1255 




1080 


Jacob Dayton. 


9921 


Cyrus Lewis. 


1328 


Truman Peck. 


1355 


C. S. Benedick. 


2218 


A. M. Couch. 


956 



5US. 




69 


1830. 


GAIN. 


LOSS. 


2256 


199 




1282 


67 




1311 




12 


1763 




138 


651 




103 


1557 




15 


2418 




163 


3070 


598 




843 




210 


4356 


1172 




5179 


2060 




1079 




16 


2073 


28 




1194 




194 


2212 




46 


4805 


29 




2555 




361 


1166 




114 


4092 


201 




1972 


18 




2840 




570 


1935 




208 


959 




144 


3401 


497 




2477 




146 


4311 


192 




2800 


1770 




1255 








1212 




132 


3701 


120 




1371 




43 


2522 




167 


1830 


388 




939 


17 





' City. 



70 



TOWN OFFICERS 



TOWNS. 

Newtown, 

Norwalk, 

Redding, 

Ridgefield, 

Sherman, 

Stamford, 

Stratford, 

Trumbull, 

Weston, 

Westport, 

Wilton, 

Brooklyn, 

Ashford, 

Canterbury, 

Chaplin, 

Hampton, 

Killingly, 

Plainfield, 

Pomfret, 

Sterling, 

Thompson, 

Voluntown, 

Windham, 

Woodstock, 

Litchfield, 

Barkhamsted, 

Bethlehem? 

Canaan, 

Colebrook, 

Cornwall, 

Goshen, 

Harwington, 

Kent, 

N. Hartford, 

New Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Koxbury, 

Salisbury, 



TOWN CLERK. 



Henry Sherwood. 
Seymour Jarvis. 

Berdsey B. Plumb. 

John W. Taylor. 

Z. Spalding. 
Dyer H. Clark. 
Nathan Waterman. 
Fred. Storrs. 
Dyer Hughes, jr. 

Nathaniel French. 
Job Williams. 



FIRST SELECTMAN. 



Hull WakemaR, 
Royal L. Gay. 

Prosper Nichols, 

John Gray 2d. 

Uriah C. Prince. 
Ebenezer Chaffee*. 
Lucius Carter. 
Darius Knight. 
A. M. Litchfield. 

George Kenyon. 
Gideon Cross. 



Jonathan Nichols. Parley Jordon. 



Thomas Gray. 
Wheeler Phillips. 
Sylvester Galpin. 
Merlin Merrill. 
Homer Skidmore. 
John A. Becklej^ 
Arthur Howell. 
Frederick Kellogg 
Willot Gaylord. 
A. Abernethy. 

Asa Goodwin. 
A, Roys. 

Miron Downs. 
Roger Averill. 



Zepheniah Young,. 
Joseph Lyman. 
Jason Whiting. . 
George Merrill, 
Minot Smith. 
Harvey Lawrence. 
Enos North. 
John R. Harrison. 
Joseph Gaylord. 
Moses Beach. 

Norman Merrill. 
J. Humphrey. 



Abiram Ward. 
J. S. Harrison. 



AND THE CENSUS. 71 



COLLECTORS. 


1840. 


1830. 


GAIN. 


LOSS. 






3199 


3096 


103 






3856 


3702 


157 




1675 


1686 




11 




24G7 


2305 


166 




John 0. Page. 


938 


948 




9 


Walter Sarles. 


3516 


3707 


191 






1808 


1814 




6 


Oliver Plumb. 


1205 


1242 




47 




2560 


2997 




437 


Levi T. Downs. 


1803 










2056 


2097 




41 


Levi Ross*. 


1478 


1451 


27 




Warren Whitney. 


2651 


2661 




10 


Jabez Adams. 


1789 


1880 




91 


Allen Lincoln. 


794 


807 




U 


.William Durkee, 3cl. 


1166 


1101 


65 






3685 


4257 


428 




Luther Cleaveland. 


2384 


2289 


95 




Charles Osgood. 


1868 


1978 




110 




1099 


1210 




141 


Augustus Ormsbee. 


3535 


3380 


155 






1159 


1304 




118 


J. R. Robinson. 


3382 


2815 


570 




Aldis Sperrin. 


3054 


2917 


137 




Benjamin Kilbourn. 


4038 


4456 




418 


George W . Merrill. 


1573 


2715 




142 


L. P. Judd. 


776 


906 




130 


John Watson. 


2166 


2301 




135 


George Austin. 


1234 


1332 




98 


Jacob Scovill, 2d. 


1703 


1714 




11 


Theron D. Ludington. 


1529 


1734 




205 


Warren Wilson. 


1201 


1516 




315 




1759 


2001 




242 


Isaac P. Steel. 


1708 


1766 




58 


T. B. Seym.our. 


3974 


3979 




5 




1393 


1485 




92 




2205 


2064 


141 




George Hurlbut. 


971 


1122 




151 


Daniel S.Clapp. 


2551 


2580 




29 



72 



TOWN OFFICERS 



TOWNS. TOWN CLERKS. 

Sharon, George King, 

Torrington, F. P. Whiting. 

Warren, G. P. Talmadge. 

Washington, D. B. Brinsmade. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtiss. 
Winchester, 

Woodbury, Lewis Judd. 
MiDDLETowN, John Fish. 



FIRST SELECTMAN 

Samuel E. Everett. 
Harvey Palmer. 
David Strong. 
Samuel Leavitt. 
Leman W. Cutler. 

Treat Camp. 
William J. French, 



Chester, 

Chatham, 

Clinton, 

Durham, 

East Haddam, 

Killingworth, 

Say brook, 

Haddam, 

Tolland, 

Bolton, 

Columbia, 

Coventry, 

Ellington. 

Hebron, 

Mansfield, 

Somers, 

Stafford, 

Union, 

Vernon, 

Willington, 



Gideon Parker, 2d. E. S. Shipman. 



David Dibbell. 
Ashur Robinson, 



David Dibbell. 
Lucius Foot. 



Selden M. Pratt. Benjamin Dowd. 



Loren P. Waldo. 
Saul Alvord. 



Henry H. Fitch. 
Dan Barrows. 
Oliver Chapin. 
Robert Blodget. 
Cyrus G. Bachelor. 
L. P. Tinker. 
G. N. Merrick, - 



Oliver K. Ishani. 
Sanford Steel. 



Abner Hendee. 
Edmund Freeman. 
John Philips. 
Eliphalet H. Hyde. 
John W. Lindley. 
Alonzo Bailey. 
John J. Moulton. 



AND THE CENSUS. 73 



COLLECTORS. 


1840. 


1830. 


GAIN. 


LOSS. 


Harry Lockwood. 


2407 


2615 




208 


Nelson Roberts. 


1707 


1651 


59 




Frederick Coleman. 


873 


986 


113 




Simeon H. Mitchell. 


1(521 


1621 


1 




M. W. Barnes. 


1552 


15(:0 




59 




1606 


1766 




100 


Lewis Judd. 


1947 


2045 




98 


Joseph Edwards. 


7210 I 
*35ll I 


6892 


318 




Elizur Ware. 


974 










3413 


3649 




233 


John R. Farnham. 


1239 








Daniel Thompson. 


10'5 


1116 




21 




2620 


2664 




44 




1130 








John S. Lane. 


3417 










2598 


3025 




427 


S. Chapman. 


1556 


1G98 




132 


Luther Talcott. 


742 


744 




1 




842 


962 




120 




2017 


2119 




102 




1356 


1455 




99 


Fayette J. Fuller. 


1732 


1937 




205 


Brewster P. Swift. 


2276 


2061 




385 


M. Woodward. 


1521 


1429 


192 




Ebenezer Coleman, 


2469 


2615 




46 


N. Hills. 


667 


771 




44 


A. K. Talcott. 


1435 


1164 


271 




Edmuod Snell. 


1268 


1305 




37 



*City. 



74 MILITIA. 

MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Lieut. Colonel Ebenezer W. Bull, ? A-^g Aq Camn 
Lieut. Colonel James F. Babcock, > ^ " " 

HIS HONOR 

CHARLES HAWLEY, 

Lieutenant General. 

Major James Dixon, ? a-j ^ r^ ^ 

Tv/r • A i n cfu J ? Aids-de-Camp. 

Major Augustus C bhepard, 5 ^ 

General Charles T. Hillyer, Adjutant General. 

Lieut. Colonel Oliver E. Williams, Quarter Master 

General. 

Lieut. Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 

Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master Generah 

governor's guards at HARTFORD. 

HORSE, FIUST TROOP. 

Allen C. Boardman, Major Commandant. 
George L. Shepard, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 

Selden House, 2d Lieutenant. 
Charles T. Webster, Cornet. 
Stephen H. Marcy, Quarter-Master. 

FOOT, FIRST COMPANV. 

William B. Ely, Major Commandant. 
Henry|P. Averill, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Jeremiah D. Root, 2d Lieutenant. 
Henry P. Svveetier, 3d Lieutenant. 
James BoUer, 4th Lieutenant, 
George D. Morgan, Ensign, 



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GOVERNOR'S GUARDS AT NEW HAVEN. 
HORSE, SECOND TROOP. 

Joshua Barnes jr., Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Burns, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Jared S. Barnes, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Calvin Downes, Quarter-Master. 

FOOT, SECOND COMPANY. 

Gardner Morse, Major Commandant. 
Noble Catlin, Captain and 1st Lieutenant, 
Elisha M. Gorham, 2d Lieutenant. 
Edward Benjamin, 3d Lieutenant. 
Edwin J. Peck, 4th Lieutenant. 
William E. Waterbury, Ensign. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

James T. Pratt, Esq., Major General. 
Major Thomas H. Marshall, ] ^-j j n 
Major Benjamin H. Vrescott, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Colonel Ralph Goodwin, Division Inspector. 
Major Henry L. Clark, Division Quarter-Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regiments 
of Infantry, 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry, and 2d 
Regiment Foot Artillery. 

Leonard R. Welles, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Jeremiah S. Hewlett, Aid-de-Camp. 

Edward Goodman, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Benjamin F, Folger, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



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FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, WethersfiQld, 
(excepting the society of Stepney) and Windsor, ex. 
cepting such part thereof as Hes within the society of 
Turkey Hills. 

Samuel W. Ellsworth, Colonel. 
Leverett Talcott, Lieutenant Colonel. 
William Talcott, Major. 
Charles M. Whiting, Adjutant; Spencer Day, Quar- 
ter-Master ; Elijah S. Alvord, Pay-Master ; S. D. Jew. 
ett, Chaplain ; Pinckney Ellsworth, Surgeon ; John M. 
Riggs, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

N. M. Waterman, Wm. Benton jr. Wm. H. Merrow. 
A. H. Reed, Chas.Woodworth, S. A. Havens. 

Henry E. Rhodes, Wm. Willard, John Wells. 
Henry Drake, E. G. Hayden, O. W. Marshall. -. 
Henry McLean, Watson Plubbard, Hector Latimer. 
Cicero Phelps, Wm. Matthews, Wm. Barnes. 
Edward Selden, Edward Stanley, T. S. Stanley. 
Rich'd Merriman, Norman HoUister, EUshaC. Savage. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

James S. Folger, John C. Dickinson, Lester Hale. 
Wm. Talcott, D. H. Willard, Albert S. Hunn. 

Chas. A. Colton, D. S. Dewey, Lorenzo Church. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Elihu Geer, James Marsh jr. J. M. Greenleaf. 

SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Durham, the first society 
in Chatham, the society of Stepney in Wethersfield, 
and that part of Berhn which lies within the society of 
Worthington. 

Stephen M. Shaddick, Esq., Colonel. 

E. W. N. Starr, Lieutenant Colonel. 

David Allen, Major. 

Henry T. Wilcox, Adjutant; Horace A. Miller» 

Quarter-Master; Charles H. Sage, Pay-Master; Li- 



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nus S. Everett, Chaplain ; Thomas Miner 2d., Surgeon ; 
Albert Lucas, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Aaron G. Pease, 
Allen A. Robbins, 
A. T. Robbins, 
James E. Smith, 
Benj. W. Coc, 
Henry S. Durand, 
Alfred Hall, 
Luzerne Elliott, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Isaac L. Coe, 
S. B. Rogers, 
Anson Fowler, 
Asher Bidwell, 
Ebenezer J. Coe, 
Orlando Dudley, 
H. Gildersleeve, 
Morris Stevens, 



ENSIGNS. 

George Stanliff. 
IT. S. Seymour. 
Samuel Tryon. 
C.R Chamberlain 
Ethbert Miller. > 
Aaron R. Case. 
Samuel A. Hall, 
Noyce Cone. 

George Taylor. 
Wm. Douglass. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

E. A. Penfield, S. W. Andrews, 
Gilbert Griswold, Geo. M. Pike, 

RIFLEMEN. 

Rufus Sears, Wm. PI. Bartlett, Wm. H. Abbey. 

Sylvester Wilcox, Alvin Brown, Miles S. Fenn. 

Erwin White, Henry Robinson, Alpheus Tibbals. 

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, excepting the so- 
ciety of ^orthington, Bristol, Burlington, Southington, 
Avon, and that part of Canton which includes Collins- 
ville. 

Seth Pratt, Esq., Colonel. 
Horatio N. Shipman, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles H. Upson, Major. 
John Curtiss, Adjutant ; Henry L. Welch, Quarter- 
Master ; Alexander Lewis, Pay-Master ; Elisha C. 
Jones, Chaplain; E. W. Carrington, Surgeon; Amos 
Bradley, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Alpheus Porter, 
G. W. Winchell, 
Nelson Allen, 
A. L. Wooding, 
Lewis Woodruff, 
Edward Cowles, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Fred'k W. Crum, 
Nelson Taylor, 
A. Steel, 
Benj. Barnes, 
Burritt Parker, 
Major L. Peck, 



ENSIGNS. 

E. Cowles, 2d. 
L. Dickinson. 
Wm. S. Hall. 
Joseph S. Allen. 
Lewis Cook. 
S. P. Wilcox. 



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CAPTAINS^ LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Simeon Beach, J. H. Farnsworth, E. M, Wooding. 
Upson B. Chapin, William Wolf, William Wood. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Lucius M. Siuliff, Wm. Woodruff, 
Wm. Wheeler, Thomas Bishop, 
Thomas Tracy, Timo. Williams, 



RIFLEMEN. 

Cromwell Barnes, Asahel Gieason, 
W. B. Carpenter, Almon Lewis, 
T. J. Stevens, H. A. Shepard, 



Aug. E. Finch. 
John C. Porter, 
Walter Gladding. 

L O. Hinsdale. 
L. M. Andrews. 
Seth M. Taylor. 



SEVEIsTEENTH REGLMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Suffield, Granby, the first 
society in Hartland, that part of Windsor which lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills, and Canton, ex- 
cepting Goilinsville and such part thereof as formerly 
belonged to New Hartford. 

George G, Owen, Esq,, Colonel. 
Jarvis Case, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Justus L. Allen, Major. 
John Brown, Adjutant; Edwin B. Phelps, Quarter- 
Master; Edward Latham, Pay-Master ; iiansom War- 
ner, Chaplain ; Chester Hamlin, Surgeon ; Simeon 
Shutliff, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

R. Humphrey, Decius Latimer, 
A. T. Burbank, Cyrus Sykes, 
Chas. P. Clark, J.* U. Barnard, 

Elizur O. Brown, 

John Taylor, 

James Gillett, 

Milo Spring, 



ENSIGNS. 

A. N. McLean. 
A. T. Sherman. 
C. W. Denslow. 
Wm. McCIoud. 
G. M. Harrison. 
Warren Bacon. 
Henry Church. 
E. B. Holcomb. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

S. B. Kendall, Geo. A. Loomis, John N. Shade. 
Justus L. Allen, Wilson Dewey, J. H. Holcomb. 
Norman Brockett, Addison O. Mills, Rufus Tuller jr. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Clydon Alderman, W. D. Mitchelson, Chauncey Reed. 



Ezekiel Hosford, 
Francis Sheldon, 
J. Goddard, 
Fred'k M. Hays, 



Lester Cowdery, Lyman Cowdery, 



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TWENTY-FIPTII REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, Glastenbury, East 
Hartford, Manchester and Vernon. 

Arnold Keeney, Esq., Colonel. 

Edward H. Watson, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elijah Miller jr., Major. 

Cornelius Atherton, Adjutant; Francis L. Buel, 

Quarter-Master; David S. Treat, Pay-Master; Wm. 

B. Ashley, Chaplain ; William Scott, Surgeon; Samuel 

Stocking, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

G. W. Rockwell, 
Guy Sampson, 
Ashbel Brewer, 
Wm. White, 

C. M. Phelps, 
Daniel Parsons, 
J. W. Strickland, 
John Chapman jr. 

Wm. Phelps, 

D. H. Stevens, 

Moses Elmore jr. 
Julius Taylor, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Fred'k N. Sadd, 
Frary M. Hale, 
Sylvester Wiley, 
E. L. Anderson, 
.Tohn M. Smith, 
Osmer P. Curtis, 
Seth W. Patten, 
A. R. Talcott, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Homer D. Allen, 



ENSIGNS. 

Henry Johnson. 
Aaron J. Keeney. 
Sherman Brewer, 
James Campbell. 
John Prior. 
A.W. Dickerson. 
Geo. Andrews. 
Alva Thrall. 

J. H. Bancroft. 



Thaddeus Welles, A. W. Keeney. 



RIFLEMEN. 

Geo. A.Hall, 
Austin Holt, 



E. F. Stoughton. 
James H. Smith. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Canton, Windsor, Suffield, 
Granby, Hartford, East Hartford, East Windsor, Ver- 
non, Ellington, Tolland, Somers, WiUingtoUj Stafford, 
Union, Manchester and Bloomfield. 

William A. Foster, Esq., Colonel. 
Charles E. Cornish, Major. 

Shaylor F. Burnham, Adjutant ; Luke B. Case, Quar- 
tft:-Master; George O. Clapp, Pay-Master; Abram 
Marsh, Chaplain ; Theodore Sill, Surgeon ; Edward 
Rowland, burgeon's Mate, 



80 MILITIA. 

First Troop — Jeremiah A. TuUer, Captain ; Lemuel 
D.Roberts, 1st Lieutenant; Reuben H. Loomis, 2(1 
Lieutenant ; Jeffrey O. Phelps jr., Cornet, 

Second Troop — Samuel W. Thompson, Captain ; 
William G. Collins, 1st Lieutenant ; James T. Talcott, 
2d Lieutenant; Samuel Stiles, Cornet. 

Third Troop — Elisha K. Bradley, Captain ; David 
Potter jr., 1st Lieutenant; Amasa Morse, 2d Lieuten. 
ant; Benjamin H. Wilson, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop — John A. Allen, Captain; John B. 
Andrews, 1st Lieutenant ; Samuel VY. Bliss, 2d Lieu- 
tenant; Julius S. Phelps, Cornet. 

Fifth Troop — Horace Ensvvorth, Captain ; Samuel 
Tripp, 1st Lieutenant; Charles R. Copeland, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Horace Fox, Cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Berlin, 
Farmington, Southington and Burlington. 
Dan Clark, Esq., Colonel. 
Elbridge G. Atkins, Mrijor. 

John H. SutlifF, Adj'itant; Samuel North, Quarter- 
Master; Morris Bailey, Pay-Master ; Dwight M. Leon- 
ard, Chaplain ; Lucius Woodruff, Surgeon; Charles 
B. Whittlesey, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop — Sylvester Hall, Captain ; Sylvester 
Hubbard, 1st Lieutenant ; Ichabod Miller, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Asher Miller, Comet. 

Second Troop — E. G. Atkins, Captain ; .Toel L. Judd, 
1st Lieutenant ; Joel H. Barnes, 2d Lieutenant ; Alden 
A. Aikins, Cornet. 

Third Troop— Augustus L. Barber, Captain ; Joel 
Peck, 1st Lieutenant; David Whittlesey, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Jonathan T. Plart, Cornet. ^ 

Fourth Troop — James T. Griswold, Captain ; Thos. 
Wells, Isl Lieutenant ; Henry L. Kellogg, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Justus C. Churchill, Cornet. 



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SECOND REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Say. 
brook, Westbrook, Haddam, Simsbury and Middletown. 
Joseph A. Wells, Colonel. 
Norman W. Spencer, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Luther E. Plale, Major. 
Ethan E. Strong, Adjutant; Henry Olmsted, Quar- 
ter-Master; Elijah E. Shelton, Pay-Master; E. W. 
Andrews, Chaplain ; Jared W. Pardee, Surgeon ; Wni. 
S. Crane, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st lieutenants. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Wrn. C. Cowles, Horace Shipman, J, L. Thompson. 

A.Bartholomew jr. Geo. W. Carter, Hiram Camp. 

A. G. Olmsted, Wm. C. Meigs, Henry Kennedy, 

Galen Dowd, Wm. J. Clark, James H. Pratt. 

E. W. Washburn, James B. Church, Erastus Piielps, 

Daniel Church, B. Shailor, B.N.Sherman. 

J. R. Southmayd, Wm. H. Prior, Edwin Priest. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments In- 
fantry, 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regi- 
ment Foot Artillery. 

Samud Rose, Brigadier General. 

Frederick D. Mills, Aid-de-Camp. 

John B. Dayton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Joseph T. Hotchkiss, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Orange, East 
Haven, Woodbridge, Derby and Oxford. 
Isaac T. Rogers, Colonel. 
Charles M. Clark, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Samuel D. Ward, Major. 
Garrit Smith, Adjutant; William Pike, Quarter- 
Master ; Lemuel Powell, Pay.Master ; Asa M. Train, 
Chaplain ; L. W. Beardsley, Surgeon ; Levi Ives, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

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CAPTAINS. 

R. M. Norton, 
Samuel B. Green, 
George Abbott, 
Sidney Pardy, 
J. T. Hotchkiss, 
George Perry, 
Wales French, 
Harry W. Sperry, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Mott, 

Nathan C. Smith, 
Clark Downes, 
H. W. Kimberly, 
Nathan Andrev/s, 
Edwin B. Peck, 
J. C. Howard, 
Sidney Merwin, 



LIGHT INFANTRY, 

Ja9« Reniringer, Wm. L. Durand, 
Geo. P. Stillman, John Galpin, 
N. S. Hallenbeck, A. P. Warner, 
John Burns jr. Thomas Brooks, 



ENSIGNS. 

J. J. Scerrett. 
Isaac B. Higley. 
Wm. C. Whipple. 
R. W. Hubbell. 
Philip Sireet. 
Sheldon Smith. 
H. Tomlinson. 
E. W. Baldwin. 

E. R. Lowden, 
Wm. Skinner. 
George Bears. 
E. W. Monson. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Saybrook, Westbrook, Haddam, (ex-^ 
cepting that part thereof which lies on the east side of 
Connecticut River) Kiliingworth, Chester and Clinton. 
Joel P. Griswold, Colonel. 
John Wilcox, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles A. S. Dickinson, Major. 
Eliab Parraelee, Adjutant ; Richard B. Bull, Quar- 
ter-Master; Alfred Hull, Pay.Master; Wm. A. Hyde, 
Chaplain ; George H. Abernethy, Surgeon ; Ambrose 
Pratt, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Ashbel Tyler, 
John W. Kelsey, 
Halsey C. Post, 
H. G. Smith, 
A. C. Bushnell, 
Ashbel Hull, 
Philander Burr, 

John H. Griffith, 
E, B. Bonfoey, 

C. N. Shipman, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

C. A.S.Dickinson, 

C. B. Kelsey, 
F. B. Kelsey, 
Asa H. Rose, 
S. S. Dickinson, 
Nathan Lane, 

D. W. Blatchley, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John Ro&siter, 
Ezra Brainard, 



ENSIGNS. 

Charles A. Tyler. 
Wm. Blatchley. 
Henry A. Elliott. 
Rich'd Bushnell. 
H. J. Bushnell. 
Cyprian D.Clark. 
D. L. Spencer. 

.Henry Stannard, 
Samuel Bailey. 



RIFLEMEN. 

Chas. F. Bulkley, L. B. Southworth. 



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88 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wal- 
lingford, Madison and North Branford. 
Henry Hall, Colonel. 
Wilford Hall, Lieutenant Cobnel. 
Curtis B. Bishop, Major. 

Harrison, Adjutant; Franklin Andruss, Quar- 

ter-Master; Bela Pierpont, Pay-Master; Gilbert, 

Chaplain ; Pomroy, Surgeon ; Timothy D. Nor- 
ton, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Rufus N. Leete, 
John H. Johnson, 
James F. Palmer, 
Elizur C. Tuttle, 
Baldwin Hart, 
Elizur Linsley, 
Alex. Stevens, 
Wm. Dudley, 
Julius Smith, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Austin Norton, 
David M. Stone, 
Minor Palmer, 
J. D. A. Gale, 
S.S.Meigs, 
Leonard Downes, 
Hiram Stephens, 
J. A. Scranton, 
J. C. Mansfield, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

P.L.Vanhoughton, Isaac L. Stiles, 



ENSIGNS. 

John Hall, 
C. Andrev^s. 
Stanley Hall. 
Sharon Bassett. 
J. C. Scranton. 
Judson Page. 
Jas. C. Scranton. 
Curtis B. Bishop, 
John i\L Foote. 

Ezra S. Munson, 



TWENTY- SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Waterbury, Cheshire, Meriden, WoU 
cott, Hamden, Bethany and Prescott. 

Stephen H. Payne, Colonel. 
Edward J. Porter, Lieutenant Colonel. 
John G. Smith, Major. 
Abijah P. Judd, Adjutant ; George Payne, Quarter- 
Master; Orra Collins, Pay.Master; John H. Rouse, 
Chaplain; Noah H. Byington, Surgeon; John Louns- 
bury, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Lucius Curtis, Arthur Hunt, Geo. Merriam. 

Alpheus Hughes, Benoni Plumb, H. C. Porter. 

Reuben H. Way, Seymour Butler, George Crocker. 

Ives A. Lewis, S, L. Hotchkiss, David H. Hall, 



84 MILITIA. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS, ENSIGNS. 

David W. Smith, L. L. Dougrle, Lewis Isbell, 

Elizur Kimball, J. Hitchcock, David Hitchcock. 

Lucius W. Peck, Henry M. Sperry, Edwin Lines. 

John G. Smith, Geo. K. Whiting, E. VV. Nichols. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

■Robert Johnson, Lucius Beach, John Sandlane, 
Mark Bishop, Geo. A. Allen, Samuel A.Tiittie. 

Almeron Miles, John S. Blake, Orrisnus Crocker 

FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, 
Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, Waier- 
bury and Cheshire. 

Abel R. Hine, Colonel. 

Dwight Hall, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jared R. Cook, Major. 

Jonah Clark 2d-, Adjutant; Joseph W. Clark, Quar- 
ter-Master ; Ebenezer C. Granniss, Pay-Master ; Dan- 
iel B. Coe, Chaplain ; E. N. Beardsley, Surgeon ; 
Benj. F. Harrison, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Company — Abraham Rogers, Captain ; Geo. 
W. Lindsley, 1st Lieutenant ; J. C. Bartholomew, 2d 
Lieutenant; Norman G. Scranton, 3d Lieutenant; W. 
R. Frisbee, 4th Lieutenant. 

Second Company — Jeremiah Cook, Captain ; Chauo. 
cey Hough, 1st Lieutenant; Eli Ives, 2d Lieutenant ; 
Hezekiah Hall, 3d Lieutenant; Elisha Hall, 4th Lieu- 
tenant; Edwin Williams, Cornet. 

Third Company — William Andrews, Captain; Josiah 
Clark, 1st Lieutenant; Bryan Clark, 2d Lieutenant; 
Orlando F. Baldwin, 3d Lieutenant ; B. W. Smith, 4th 
Lieiatenant ; Denison Andrews, Cornet. 

THIRD REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Oxford, Guilford, Madison, Westville, 
New Haven, Milford, Branford and Killingworth. 
John Burgess, Colonel. 
Charles B. Gilbert, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Israel A. Merwin, Major. 



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Colin M, Ingersoll, Adjutant; Denison Chittenden, 
Quarter-Master ; John A. Smith, Pay-Master; S. W. 
8. Diuton, Chaplain ; Pliny A. Jewett, Surgeon ; Sam- 
uel Noyes, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st lieutenants. 2d lteutrnants. 

Harmon A.Perry, Charles Smith, F. H. Chatfield. 
Eli Parmelee, Edward L. Leete, U. N. Parmelee, 
Elias S. Ely, H. E. Chittenden, Samuel Dudley. 

Samuel Hull, Geo. H. Taylor, Levi R. Gorham. 

Chauncey Wells, C, B. Doolittle, Daniel Spencer. 
Josiah P. Isbell, Enoch Blackwell, Israel A. Merwia 
Eli Goodrich, Gilbert Bush, T. R. Linsley. 

David Norton, Alfred Norton, H. P. Barnum. 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 
George C. Wilson, Esq., Major General. 

M:i:;SF™S^a.!rr°"' \ Aids.de.Ca.p. 
Lieut. Colonel Samuel C. Starr, Division Inspector. 
Major Dwight Johnson, Division Quarter-Master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regiments In- 
fantry, and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 
William C. Stanton, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Richard W. Smith, Aid-de.Camp. 
John L. Devotion, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry W, Ransom, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

THIED REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New-London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont^ 
ville, Salem, and the society of Millington in East 
Haddam. 

Orrin F. Smith, Colonel. 

Ephraim H. Douglass, Lieutenant Colonel 

George Woodworth, Major, 



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William P. Benjamin, Adjutant ; Francis W. Fitch, 

Quarter-Master ; Benj. F. BoUes, Pay.Master; 

Haskell, Chaplain ; A. Gardiner Seaman, Surgeon ; 
Abram M. Darrow, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Artillery Company — Joseph S. Fitch, Captain ; 
Robert Holt, 1st Lieutenant; Lester T. Philips, 2d 
Lieutenant. 

Second Artillery Company — James M. Beebe, Cap- 
tain; William Hull, 1st Lieutenant; William Arm- 
strong, 2d Lieutenant. 



CAPTAINS. 

Charles Holt, 
David Moxley, 
S. H. Atwell, 
M.W. Comstock, 
N. A. Crocker, 
James A. Bill, 
Abner G. Jones, 
Edward Morgan, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Geo. H. Beach, 
Daniel Bacon, 
O. W. Chapman, 
Cornelius B. Mack. 
James R. Moore, 
Fred'k Fosdick, 
John P. Griffing, 
Gurdon Bishop, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Wm. F. Willman, T. H. Badet, 
John H. Lester, C. H. Wheeler, 



ENSIGNS. 

J. B. Chapman. 
0, Champion, 
Salmon C.Vibben 
Wm. H. Beebee. 
Wm. Man waring. 
W. P. Brockway. 
J. L. Latimer jr. 
Anson Ames. 

Wm. S. Berry. 
Daniel D. Lyon. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stonington, Groton, North Stonington, 
Ledyard and Voluntown. 

Amos Clift, Colonel. 

Elias W. Brown, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Joseph A. Lamb, Major. 

Rufus M. Gallup, Adjutant; Franklin PI. Miner, 

Quarter-Master ; Dudley A. Avery, Pay.Master ; C. 

8. Weaver, Chaplain ; Alvin Gray, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

E.D.Chesebrough, Jonathan Burdick, E. W. Hubbard. 
Caleb E. Tufts, R. E. Burrows, F, B. Chapman. 
F. S. Peabody, C. W. Bennell, Oliver CrandalL 
J. M. Stanton, Joel S. Kinney, Isaac P. Hough. 
John S. Lester, Isaac A. Grant, Jacob S. Gallup. 
A. Cheesbrough, Wm. H. Device, Ezra Wheeler. 



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CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Ralph H. Avery, John R. Bubcock, J. A. Wright. 

Benj. F. Lewis, Wm. PI. Noyes, W. H. Peckham. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

James C. Lamb, I. W. Denison Wm. P. Harris. 

G. A. Main, B. W. Bennett, Peleg W. Gallup. 

RIFLEMEN. 

John Brewster jr. Hamilton Morgan, Sanford B. Smith. 

AKTILLERY. 

Charles H. Smith, Wm. Weaver, Benj. Harlow. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Franklin, 
Griswold, Lisbon and Bozrah. 

John D. Cox, Colonel. 
Edwin A. Allen, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Dwight W. Cook, Major. 
John B. Perry, Adjutant; William Falkner, Quar- 
ter-Master; Philo M. Judson, Pay-Master; Gary, 

Chaplain; Henry M. Stannard, Surgeon; Frank JFohn. 
son. Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Edward W. Eells, 
J. R. Stanton, 
G. E. Morgan, 
Wm. Hazen, 
Elias Burdick, 
G. A. Bushnell, 
Rafus Derby, 
Elijah H. Abel, 

Charles Green, 
T. W. Segur, 

S.R. Kinney, 
T. F. Albertson, 
J. K. Brewer, 
T. H. Baldwin, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Caleb Eaton, 
Albert H. Davis, 
A. J. Hough, 
Thomas Sweet, 
Samuel Clift, 
Edv^^ard Adams, 
R. R. Barber, 
John Barstow, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

T. H. Potter, 
George H. Hill, 

RIFLEMEN. 

A. G. Bromley, 

C. A. Converse, 

D. Williams, 
Isaac Avery 2d. 



ENSIGNS. 

J. N. Spencer. 
Wm. Ayer jr. 
J. Chesebrough. 

Henry Fanning. 
Henry F. Bishop. 
George Thomas. 
S. A. Gardner. 

D. P. Williams. 

E. H. Loomis. 

J. WoodmanseCo 
John T. Leach. 
R. B. Downing. 
Oliver P. Avery^ 



86 * MILITIA. 

TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFAWTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, (excepting'* 
auch part thereof as lies within the society of Milling. 
ton,) Hebron, Marlborough, and Chatham, except the 
first society. 

Harvey Brown, Colonel. 

Joseph U. Holmes, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elijah Ransom, Major. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Joseph Holmes, Z. L. Hungerford,Jared D.Burnham,. 

Geo. W- Arnold, Orrin Avery, Samuel Kellogg. 

David Brainerd, Chas H. Brainerd,H. S. Brainerd. 
Sherman C. Lord, Henry Buell, William Phillips. 

Jesse W- Lay, Reuben Chapman, Jesse B. Dean. 

E, G. Emmons, John B. Staples, Asa C. Shailer, 

H. G. Brainerd, Anson Carpenter, William Utley. 

John W. Turner, Alfred K. Post, Bissel E. Post, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Hezekiah Bissel, Ralph Bissel. 

William H.Ayers, Erastus D. Peck, John Stark. 
Daniel Strong, Philo Bevin, Samuel Skinner. 

SECOND REGMENT HORSE ARTILLERT. 

Formed from Colchester, Marlborough, East Had. 

dam, Salem, Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Preston, Wa- 

terford, New-London, Groton and Stonington* 

Albert F. Bennett, Colonel. 

Robert T. Avery, Lieutenant Colonel. 

James D. Rogers, Major. 

Silas H. Kingsley, Adjutant ; Nathan Bingham, 
Quarter-Master; Gurdon O. Williams, Pay-Master; 
R. W. Matthewson, Surgeon ; Henry Griffin, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

First Company — Francis Gillet, Captain; H. B. 
Gone, 1st Lieutenant ; WiUiam L. Jones, 2d Lieuten- 
ant; Thomas S. Strickland, 3d Lieutenant; Isaac D. 
Chapel, 4th Lieutenant ; Hezekiah N, Williams, Cor- 
net. 



MILITIA. 89 

Second Company — Jedediah S. Hough, Captain ; 
Isaac Johnson, 1st Lieutenant; Benjamin Pendleton, 
2d Lieutenant ; Dan Hastings, 3d Lieutenant ; Horatio 
N. Lee, 4th Lieutenant ; David C. Woodworth, Cornet, 

Third Company — Eleazer A. Williams, Captain; 
Joseph Wheeler, Ist Lieutenant ; Robert A. Morgan, 
2d Lieutenant; William F.Mitchell, 3d Lieutenant; 
John S. Barber, 4th Lieutenant; Jefferson L. Avery, 
Cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 25th Regiment^ 
Infantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and Ist Regiment Foot 
Artillery. 

Amos Fowler, Esq., Brigadier General. 

John W. Boyington, Aid-de-Camp. 

Anson Fowler, Brigade Major a»d Inspector. 

John H. Troop, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, 
Brooklyn, Plainfield, and the South Society of Kil- 
lingly. 

James A. Hovey, Colonel. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Andrew M. Litchfield, Major, 

James H. Work, Adjutant ; David Greenslit, Quar, 

ter-Master; Andrew C. Lester, Pay-Master; Otis C. 

Whiton, Chaplain ; Francis Brewster, Surgeon ; James 

Burnet, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Thomas Potter, N. L. Babcock, Fenno B. Weaver. 
John Cross, R. W. Baker. Albert Frink. 

Erastus P. Harris, Willard Day, Gurdon Parker. 
Dwight Carey, Epaphras SafTord, Wolcott Carey. 
William Phinney, T. A. Lewis, R. S. Williams. 

Ira Young, Jesse Mclntyrc, J. J. Penrose. 

T. D. Whitford, J. A. B. Douglass, John Harris. 
I. W. D. Pike, A Kies, S, A. Hutchins. 



90 MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

SamuelF. Bennet, E. T. Fuller, Ralph U. Davison 

RIFLEMEN. 

Samuel H. Gibbs, Joseph P. Eaton, .Tohn S. French. 
Edwin S. Fitch, Win. B. Hawkins, Chas. Thompson. 

ARTILLERY. 

James E. Main, W. H. Carver, Norman Malony. 

ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thomp. 
Bon, and Killingly, excepting the South Society. 
Moses C. Sessions, Colonel. 
Luther Day, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Isaac Mills, Major. 
Danforth Childs, Adjutant; Edwin S. Childs, Quar* 
ter-Master; Chester W. Payne, Pay-Master. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Thos. Grosvenor, Darius Day, Prescott May. 

William Weaver, John D. Lyon, Jas. S. Houghton. 

JacobBullanl, James L. Hunt, Squire J. Ballard. 

LawtonWade, Paris M. Law, H.A.Alexander. 

Pamuel M.Childs, Wm. Whitney, W. M. Chandler. 

W. Ross, Ira F. Jacobs, Jackson Elliott. 

J. S. F. Stoddard, Otis Hiscox, Hiram N. Brown. 

Harvey Walker, Judson Smith, Andrew J. Wales. 

Jos. Wheaton, jr. William Jacobs, Marcus A. Elliott. 
Francis B. Pellet, Clement D. Sharp, Nathan Williams. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Alonzo Works, Schuyler Tiffany, Daniel Bartlett. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Chas. Richmond, W. P. Richmond, Geo. W. Sharp. 
Lev/isSturtevant, James Rhodes, T. B. Underwood. 
MarvinA. Dexter, Geo. W. Chase, C. W. WiUiams. 

ARTILLERY. 

Otis Slater King, Thos. Trowsdale,Wm. Mason. 



MILITIA. 91 

NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Somers, Stafford, and 
Ellington. 

Samuel Kimball, Colonel. 
David L. Abbey, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Marcus Woodward, Major. 
Elijah Ashley, Adjutant ; Augustu#- Tourtelott, 
Quarter-Master ; John W. Gilbert, Pay-Master ; James 
" P. Terry, Chaplain ; Erskine Hamilton, Surgeon ; 
Wm. B. Woods, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

M. Kingsbury, Wm. G. Little, R. B. Griswold. 
G. W. Humphrey, Darius Starr, Henry West. 
Albert Kibbee, L H. Meachum, Noah C. Collins. 
J. H. Converse, James F. Brooks, Joseph Winter. 
Horace Chapman, F. M. Walker, Lucius Edgarton. 
Anson Spelman, A. G. Carew, MarvinCummings. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Cordial Orcutt, L.Crawford, Calvin Fish. 

Elijah W. Smith, Lucius L. Fuller, Samuel M. Derby. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Omri G. Carrier, R. B. Morrison, James R. Hodges. 

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coven- 
try, Bolton, Willington and Chaplin. 

Calvin Daggett, Colonel. 

Zuriel P. Arnold, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Richard H. Rose, Major. 

Henry T. Hough, Adjutant ; William H. Perkins» 

Pay-Master; Samuel N. Kingsbury, Quarter-Master; 

James Ely, Chaplain : S. D. Carver, Surgeon ; J. S. 

Simmons, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. * 

-Porter B. Peck, R. P. Barrows, C. G. Southvvorth. ' 

E. A. Coleman, Frederick White, Clark. 

D. B. Bill, Chas. A. Scovill, Cyrus Kingsley. 



92 MILITIA. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS™ 

Aaahel Fitch, Norman Talcott, Daniel H. Maine, 
Henry Clark, Carlos Glazier, John S. Albro. 

John C. Porter, J. H. Beebee, George Pomeroy. 
Lucius Carpenter,William Sprague, Lyman Burnham. 
Walter D. Lyon, William Chaffee, H. N. Squire. 
A. F. Knighi. Andrew Scott, S. S. Chapman. 
Wm.A.Dorrence, James Hilton, Alfred H. Fitch. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Marcus Barrows, Jabez Sears, Harvey Moulton. 

Zech. N.Allen, Zenas Bugbee, Andrew Wilson. 

SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hampton, Windham, Ashford, Mans- 
field, Plainfield, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfretj Wood- 
stockj Thompson, Hebron and Lebanon. 
Elisha Lyon, Colonel. 
Horace Sabins, Major. 

Elisha S. Wood, Adjutant; Truman James, Cluarter- 
Master ; Henry Searls, Pay-Master; Tiicmas W. As- 
pinwall, Surgeon. 

First Troop — Philander S. Fuller, Captain ; Justus 
Collier, 1st Lieutenant; Samuel Bicknell, 2d Lieutenant; 
Chauncey S. Harris, Cornet. 

Second Troop — Henry P. Hatch, Captain ; Frederick 
S, Browning, 1st Lieutenant; Harris Kies, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; John W. James, Cornet. 

Third Troop — Cyrus Williams, Captain; Daniel 
Way, 1st Lieutenant; Willard Hills, 2d Lieutenant; 
George W. Bill, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop — Edward S. Penniman, Captain; Ed- 
win May, 1st Lieutenant; W^arren L. Wheaton, 2d 
Lieutenant ; Luther E. Rawson, Cornet. 

FIRST REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Windham* 
lJ%')anon and Preston. 

Charles Clark, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 
John W. Crary, Major. 
William C. Noyes, Adjutant : Nathan Gallup, Cluais 
tier-Master; F. W. Tread way, Pay-Master; Chauncey 
Burgess, Surgeon; Benajah Cook, Chaplain. 



HILITIA. 93 

CAPTAINS. let LIEUTENANTS. 2(1 LIEUTENANTS. 

Orrin F. Dean, Henry Hartshorn, Albert A. Way. 

James E. Main, George Bennet, William Carver. 

Marcus Johnson, John Brace, Joshua Preston. 

S. S, Pendleton, Peleg W. Lippet, Walter K. Palnier 

Oharles Tucker, Chris. Yergerson, 

JSamM E. Haynes, A. G. Bailey, Lyman C. Clark. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 4th and Cth Brigades. 



Sands Adams, Esq., Major General. 

Maj3r Willinm T. Minor, > a • i i r« 
Major John Layden, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieutenant Colonel Edward Hill, Division Inspector. 
Major Oliver H Perry, Division Gluarter-Master. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th, and 24Lh Regiments of 
Infantry, 3d Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th R^egiment 
tCavalry, and 4t,h Regiment Foot Artillery. 

Charles H. Thorp, Esq», Brigadier General. 

Charles A. Adams, Aid-de-Camp. 
George Peck, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry Edwards, Brigade Cluarter-Master. 

FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, West- 
port, Trumbull, Huntington and Monroe. 
Orlando B. Hal), Colonel. 
Jadson Curtiss, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Orville H. Beardsley, Major. 
Seth Seeley, Adjutant ; Augustus Jennings, Cluarter- 
Master ; Absalom Northrup, Pay-Master ; David H. 
Wash, Surgeon; Charles^. Sterling, Surgeon's Male. 



04 



MILITIA. 



CAPTAINS. 

David Wilson, jr. 
James Coe, jr. 
W. H. Richards, 
Wm. Shipman, 
Henry Baldwin, 
Benj. D.Wells, 
Shelton Hubbell, 
Charles Staples, 
Charles Bevins, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

IT. L. Morehouse, 
R. R. Fairchild, 
S. Moulton, jr. 
George Thacher, 
Willi am Bradley, 
David N. Judson, 
Wells Hubbell, 
Wright Drew, 
Burr Beach, 



E NSIGNg, 

Albert Osborn. 
John M, Ewen. 
Wm. Scribner, 
L. G. Lockwood. 
Asahel Grey. 
Chas. H. Curtiss. 
James Hawley. 
Abel Beardsley. 
Francis Bryant. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Burr Osborn, Morris Gould, Geo, Morehouse. 

Thos. W. Taylor,A. H. Youngs. George Olmsted. 

James Sackett", M. FI. Hyde, Chas. B. Hubbell. 

Robert Andrews, BurrWenton, Henry Burr, 



Burr Bennett, 



RIFLEMEN, 

John Powell, 



Hanford Hull. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Greenwich, Nor^vaik, and 
Darien. 

Stephen Raymond, Colonel. 
Hanfoid Stephens, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Augustus Weed, Major. 
Joseplius Brush, Adjutant; John B. Knapp, Q,uarter- 
Master ; Solomon M. Lockwood, Pay-Master; Ghaun- 
cey Ayres, Surgeon; Volney Maynard, Chaplain. 



CAPTAINS. 

John R. Young, 
John W. Ferris, 
William Wilcox, 
J. P. Hanford, 
Amos Mead, 
Elias Johnson, 
C. E. Hewsted, 
Elbert Jones, 
John Benedict, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Augustus Austin, 
Isaac R. Knapp, 
Charles Hanford, 
Daniel S. Mead, 
N. S. Husted, 
Leonidas Stevens, 
Wm. B. Finch, 
William Gay, 
Garret Penoyer, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Alfred Reynolds, A. Tompkins, 
William Peck, Noah Stiles, 



ENSIGNS. 

Edward Capron. 
Edmond Mead. 
W. S. Boughton. 
Edmund B. Smith. 
Noah Smith. 
Alonzo St. John. 
Joseph M. Young. 
John Dean. 
Ezra Benedict. 

H. Marshal. 
N. T. Mills. 



MILITIA. 95 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. EJiSIGNS. 

A. St.John Camp, Geo.W. Raymond, Charles Allen. 
Thomas Fansher, J. T. Lockwood, James Jones. 

RIFLEMEN. 

George T. Leash, P. L.Cunningham, David duintard. 

, FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof as 
is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, New 
Milford, (except such part thereof as lies within the so- 
ciety of New Preston,) Brookfield, New-Fairiield and 
Slierman. 

Hiram Keeler, Colonel. 
Abraham Chinchester, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Enoch Knapp, Major. 
Booth Hall, Adjutant; Lyman Stone, Quarter-Mas- 
ter ; William Clark, Pay-Master ; Abel Nichols, Chap- 
lain ; Edwin A. Lacey, Surgeon; George Judson, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS, LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS, 

H. H. Monroe, J. P. Saunders, Ferris D. Bull. 
David D. Noble, Orrin Buckley, David Buck. 
Joseph Blackman, Wm. P. Scudder, D. B. Northrup. 
Anson A. Osborn, Charles Patchin, James A. Noble. 
Levi Penfield, Anson Gregory, David B. Rogers. 

Beers Foot, S. B. Ruggles, Burritt B. Keeler. 

Walter B. Ferris, Jona. A. Giddins, Bennet Pickett. 
Hiram Higby, Henry Keeler, Charles Bennet. 
Edwin Botsford, Salmon S. Peck, John Beers. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Geo. N. Mallory, Josiah Bejardslee, F. A. Spencer. 
Edwin Hubbell, Frederick Spencer,A. O. Beardsley. 

Copied from the last year's Register, no returns beings 

made. 

TWENTY-FOURTII REGIMENT INFANTRY, 

Formed from Ridgefield, Wilton, Redding, Weston^ 1 
and New Canaan. 

Stephen Green, Colonel. 

Frederick R. Meeker, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry B. Fanton, Major. 



% MILITIA, 

William Nichols, Adjutant ; George Osborne, Cluar 
ter-Master; Samuel Willard, Pay-Master ; Aaron Mil- 
ler, Chaplain ; Sylvester Mead, Surgeon ; I^ewis Green, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

S. Buckingham, Wm. L. Stevens, Thaddeus Hoyt. 
Curtis Grummon, Alanson Holmes, Allen Belts. 
Wm. Sherwood, D. S. Bartram, Elijah Grummon. 
Abijah M.Jones, James D. Keeler, William Olmsted. 
Strong C. AdamSjDavid S. Godfrey, Edgar Scribner. 
Ira B. Judd, D.N. Ferguson. A. B. Pulling. 

A. A. BraJley, BurrFanton, N.B.Johnson. 

Eii Lyon, Philo W. Abbot, Aaron S. Lyon. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Zalmon S. Main, Sylvester Main, Bradley Piatt. 
Cyrus Silliman, Salmon Lyon, Albert J. Turner. 

THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Norwalk, 

Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, Westpon, 

New Canaan, Trumbull and Huntington. 

Jabez Mead, Colonel. 

Legrand Comstock, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edward Mead, Major. 

James B. Crawford, Adjutant; Urban Lacey, Quarter- 
Master ; Edson Biadley, Pay-Master ; N. D. Haight, 
Surgeon; James C. Allen, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Company — Hall Beardsley, Captain ; Elby 
Lev/is, 1st Lieutenant; Samuel C. Beardsley, 2d Lieu- 
tenant: Charles Blackman, 3d Lieutenant; Silas B. 
"Edwards, 4th Lieuieriant ; Ebenezer Wheeler, Corne:. 

Second Company — Harvey K. Smith, Captain ; Le- 
grand W. Keeler, 1st Lieutenant ; Wm. H. Treat, 2d 
Lieutenant; Amos Smith, Jun., 3d Lieutenant ; Ebene- 
zer J. Richards, 4th Lieutenant; William A. Barlow, 
Cornet. 

Third Company — Hezekiah M. Cooley, Captain : 
Samuel M. Banks, 1st Lieutenant; Samuel J. Lock wood, 
2d Lieutenant ; Andrew B. Godfrey, 3d Lieutenant; 
Seth W. Meeker, 4th Lieutenant ; Wilson Knapp, 
Cornet. 



MILITIA. 07 

Fourth Company— Alvan Mead, Captain ; George 
Davenport, 1st Lieutenant ; Sunuicl Mjlls, '2d Lieuten- 
ant; Ricliard BaK^s, 3d Lieuipnant; Zucluiriah Close 
4th Lieutenant ; Welles Aliis, Cornet. 

Copied from the last yeai's Uegisier, no returns beins; 
made. 

FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Bahlem, Southbury, Water- 
town, Danbury, Newtown, Ncw Milford, Brookfickl 
and Washington, 

William J Starr, Colonel, 
Edward N. Hme, Major. 

Charles G. Sanford, Adjutant ; George S. Booth, 
Quarter Master; Jay L. Smith, Paymaster; Noah Por- 
ter, Jr., Chaplain; Thomas B. Lacy, Surgeon, Lucius: 
P. Hoyt, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop— Stephen Hays, Captain: Edward Gris- 
wold, Lst Lieutenant; John E. Smith, 2d Lieutenant; 
Abner Allen, Cornet. 

Second Troop — Elijah Surdevant, Captain; Wm. S, 
Peck, 1st Lieiitenani ; G,eorgG Siarr, i^d Lieutenant; 
Silliman B. Peck, Cornet 

Third Troop — Albert Barnes, Captain; John B. 
Newton, 1st Lieutenant ; W. J.Stone, 2d Lieutenant; 
D. N. G. Fairchild, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop — Daniel L. Keeler, Captain ; Grandi- 
son R. Warner, 1st Lieutenant; Josiah B. Fairchild, 2d 
Lieutenant; Edson F. Shepard, Cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Danbury, Bridgeport, Norv/alk, Trum- 
bull and Huntington. 
Thomas P. Guire, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 
William A. Dowd, Major. 
F. W. Parrott, Adjutant ; William O. Beard, Cluar- 
ter-Mastcr; R. Cady, Pay-Master; Iru Gregory, Sur- 
geon. 

7 



CAPTAINS. 

John G. Barton, 
Wm. A. Dowd, 
Goold Benedict, 
L. B. Burroughs, 
John Wakelee, 



2d LIEUTENANT. 

Beebe. 



MILITIA. 

1st LIEUTENANT. 

Ezra P. Stevens, 
A. B, B. Downs, Ira W. Peet. 
Edward Desbrow, Channcey Knapp, 
Benj. Burton, A. B. Nichols. 

Elliott P. Curtis, L. B. Blackman. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, IGth, and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Frederick Phelps, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Frederick L. Tayloi:, Aid de-Camp. 

Peter W. Mills, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Isaac Lawrence, Brigade Cluarter-Master. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Woodburj^, Southbury, Bethlem, Wa- 
tertown, Roxbury, Washitigton, Middlebury, and so 
much of the tov/ns of New Milford and Kent as lie 
within the society of New Preston. 

Benjamin H. Shelton, Esq., Colonel. 
Simeon H. Mitchell, Lieutenant Colonel. 
George P. Shelton, Major. 
George P. Woodruff, Adjutant; Woolsey Leavitt, 
Uuarter-M aster; Edwin L. Thompson, Pay-Master; 
William Whitmore, Chaplain ; Charles H. Webb, Sur- 
geon. 

Artillery Company — Heman Bowers, Captain; Le- 
ander Odell, 1st Lieutenant; Royal R.Ford, 2d Lieu- 
tenant. 



CAPTAINS. 

Thos. Cushman, 
Cyrus Hinman, 
George E. Hull, 
EliN. Baldwin, 
Wm. C. Br on son, 
Harvey Tyrrill, 
George Hurlbut, 
Lester Bronson, 

Merritt Wheeler, 



LIEUTENANTS, 

Edwin Hull, 
Elisha Wheeler, 
Frederick Allen, 
Joseph Baldwin, 
Daniel S. Baker, 
Daniel C. Maker, 
Job Z, Warner, 
Lewis W. Smith, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Jacob G. Mabee, 



ENSIGNS. 

C. Nettleton. 
Daniel Hickox. 
Levi Scott. 
Tracy J Bronson. 
Chas. Nettleton. 
Julius Cable. 
Alonzo Bradley. 
S. G. Stoddard. 

B. T. Russell. 



MILITIA. 



99 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornwall 
and Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within 
the society of New Preston. 

Stephen J. Gould, Colonel. 
George M. flollister, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Dvvight W. Pierce-. Major. 
Julius B. Harrison, Adjutant ; King, Quarter- 
Master ; William L.Clark, Pay-Master ; Adam Reid, 
Chaplain ; Burritt B. North, Surgeon ; Howard New- 
ton, Surgeon's Mate. 

Artillery Company — John M. Burroughs,. Captain ; 
Reuben Eaton, 1st Lieutenant ; Alanson N. Baldwin, 
2d Lieutenant. 



CAPTAINS. 

Jas Warner, Jr. 
Homer Edwards, 
N. E. Wheeler, 
Theron W. Beech 
Wm. ELCatlin, 
Ira Ingraham, 
George H. Lee, 
Henry St. John, 

Austin Belden, 
J. F. Calhoun, 
William Beebe, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

T. B. Strong. 
E. II. Burroughs, 
Chas. A. Sterling, 
, W.R. Holmes, 
Whiting Wilcox. 
Plarlo Dean, 
A. S. Harrison. 
Lewis St. John. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

W. G. Miner, 
Darius D. Minor, 
Charles A. Smith, 



E. D. Lawrence. 
W. T. Bull, 
Caleb M. Luke. 
H. S. Jacobs. 
J. B. Harrison. 
W. S. Grossman. 
Ripley Bird. 
Joshua Everett. 

Silas D. St. John. 
Fred. J. Calhoun. 
C. Williams. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Harwinton, Tor. 
rington, Plymouth and Warren. 

William H. Reid, Colonel. 

Levi Pledges, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Francis Bacon, Major. 

Augustus A. Lord, Adjutant ; Elijah W. Garrison, 

Quarter-Master; Aug. P. P. Camp, Pay-Mastsr ; WiL 

liam Watson, Chaplain ; David B. W. Camp, Surgeon ; 

Reuben M, Woodruff, Surgeon's Mate. 



100 MILITIA. 

CAPTAINS. LlrUTENANTg. ENSIGNS. 

Solomon S. Muse, V. G. Cook. A. B. Benedict. 

Gross Gates, Murvin Pcovill, O. L. Webster. 

Marvin Scovill, O L. Webster, J E.Barrhol.imew 
Geo.'L. Whiiing, Jas. A. Newbury, Linus Scovilj. 
Wnn. Griswold, Sarnnf I G. Beach, C D. Wheeler. 
W. W LovelancI, Lewis Loveland, L. Beardsley. 
Ransom S. Hine, R. v\ , Griswold, John liisseli. 
J. E.(:iranniss, Giiorge Hayes, Charles Curtiss. 
Tracy Barnes, Linns JVl irsb. 

N. G. Loveiand, G. G. Palmer, Romanzo NeaL 

Hiram Fenn, Barnabiia W. Root, M. 8. Norton. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John Phe'ps, 2d, Liicius S. Buell, Sol. Marsh, 2d, 
Ezra A. Foote, Aianson D.Apley, Georiie A. Hiil. 
Zenus Tolies, James liunter, Tim. S. Jones* 

TWENTY-FIRST EEGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New llariford, Winchester, Norfolk, 
Colebrook, Barkhamsfed, the second society in Hart- 
land, toiiether with ihat part of Canton which formerly 
belonged to New Hartford 

Neison hi. Coe, Colonel. 
Abram G. Kellogg, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nathaniel He;ily, Major. 
Robert G. Williams, Adjutant; Harvey H. Burllett, 

Quaiter-Master ; Albro Fyler, Pay-Master; Ives, 

Chaplain; V\ ijiiain Carrington, tjurgeon; William 
Welch. Surgeon's Mate 

Artillery Company- Joseph G. Goodwin, Captain ; 
Ebur Woodruff, 1st Lieutenant; Grove Barber, 9d 
Lieutenant. 

CAPTAINS. LTEl'TENANTS. ENSIONS. 

G. W. Henderson, E, F. Raymond, Asa Woodrnff. 

R Phelps, Harvey Bropson, A. Bancroft. 

R. S. Vozburgh, Webster Merrill, Josiah Allen. 

J. W. Hurlbut, Linean Dowd, Henry J. Gailord, 

Emery Osborn, E G. Gilrrjan, Harlow Coe. 

Harlow Co<»k, Milton Smith, Benj Brown. 

Charles Sf^Iden, J.R.Richards, Pulaski Curris. 

BMward Kellogg, Lewis t . Grunt. Geo. Byington, 



MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Joaesh Reynolds, Harvey riiiney, 



101 



ENSIGVS. 

Lewis Birnfird. 
G. S. Wilcox. 



Chas. S. Booth. 



William Warner, 

RTFf.EMEN. 

S. F.Cooke, H. H Crane, 

THIIII) REGIMPNT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Norwalk, Co'ebrook, Winchester, Sha- 
ron, Salisbury, Canaan, Litchfield, Goshen, Torring, 
ton, Harvvinton, Cornwall and Warren. 
Major C. Peck, Colonel. 

Linas S. Morse, Adjutant; John. Carter, Quarter- 
ly! aster ; Oliver W. Austin Piiy-Master; Gad Smith, 
Chnplain ; Stanley Grisvvoll, Surgejn. 

First Troop — William Johns )n, Captain ; Sylvester 
Scovill, 1st Lieutenant ; Samuel Catlm, 2d Lieutenant ; 
Sturges Blinn, Cornet. 

Second Troop — Hiram Barber, Captain; Wait B. 
Wilson, 1st Lieutenant; Alexander Gillet, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Henry Humphreys, Cornet. 

Third Troop — Hiram Sai^e, Captain; William G. 
Norton, 1st Lieutenant ; Henry Seymour, 2d Lieuten- 
ant; Enos Sage, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop — Samuel A. Merwin, Captain ; Samu- 
el Wicks, 1st Lieurenant; Calvin Hale, 2d Lieutenant; 
James S. Hubbell Cornet. 

Copied from the last year's Registei, no returns being 
made. 



Aggregate number of militia in Connectif^nt, as re- 
turned in 1840. 40,000 men. 



JUDGE ADV^OCATES. 

Charges Chapman, Esq , for- Hartford County. 
Jonathan Stoddard, Esq . for ' ew Haven County, 
G. M. Brown, Esq., for New. London County. 
TimothvT. Merwin Esq., for Fairfield County. 
Simon Dnvis, E^q., for Windham County. 
Origen.S. Seymour, Esq., for Litchne'd County. 
Jonathan Barnes, Esq., for Middlesex County. 
John P. Dorman, Esq., for Tolland County, 



102 POST-OFFICES 

POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS 

IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Gideon Welles. — West, Elihu Olmsted. 

Avon, E. A. Phelps. 

Berlin, Edward Wilcox. — New Britain, Lorenzo P. 

Lee. — Kensington Theron Hart. 
Bloomfield, J. H. Hubbard. 
Bristol, J. W. Pardee. 
Burlington, Hiram Webster. 
Canton, Isaac Mills. — Collinsville, Stephen H. Brown. 

N. Canton, Stanley Weed. 
East Hartford, H. Phelps. 
East Windsor, Abiezer Porter. — East Windsor Hill, J. 

Risley. — Broad Brook, Henry S. Kinsley. — Ketch 

Mills, H. Ellsworth. — Scantick Village, Charles 

Bartlett. — Warehouse Point, S. Terry, 
Enfield, Geer Terry. — Scitico, John Mason. — Thom- 

sonville, Henry Kingsbury. 
Farmington, S. Whitman. — Plainville, E. H. Whiting. 

UnionviUe, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor. — South, Oliver Brain- 

erd. — Eastbury, Edwin Treat. 
Granby, Daniel Hayes. — East, Elmore Clark. — North, 

AbnerCase. — West, J. D. Wilcox. 
Hartland, Calvin Benning. — West, Henry Robinson. 
Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge. — Buckland's Corner, 

William Jones. 
Marlborough, Asa Day. 

;Simsbury, J. O. Phelps.— Tariffville, J. M. Talcott'. 
Souihington, Timothy Jones. 

.Suffield, O. L. Sheldon.— West Suffield, E. H. Wood. 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich. — Newington, W. Doming. 

Rocky Hill, E. Goodale. 
Windsor, Wm. Howard. — Locks, C. H. Dexter. — Po- 

quanock, Cicero Phelps. 



AND POST-MASTERS. 103 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven, William H. Jones. 

Bethany, Hcz. Thomas.— Straitsville, 0. Collins. 

Branford, Orrin D Squire. 

Cheshire, John L. Foot. 

Derby, Robert Gates. Humphreysville, John C. 

Wheeler. 
East Haven, R. Andrews. — Fair-Haven, Lester Keep. 
Guilford, Reuben Elliott.— N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 
Hamden, L Hitchcock. 

Madison, John R. Wilcox.— North, S. L. Blatchley. 
Meriden, Levi Yale. 
Middlebury, L. Townsend. 
Milford, Wm. Strong. 
North Milford, F. G. Fenn. 
North Branford, Russel Clark. — Northford, Ossian 

Cook. 
Oxford, Samuel Wire. — Zoar Bridge, E. Curtiss. 
Prospect, Aaron Austin. 
Southbury, C. H. Hall.— Southford, John A. Peck.— S. 

Britain, Anson Bray. 
Wallingford, Samuel Cook. 
Waterbury, E. Leavenworth. 
Wolcott, Isaac Hough. 
Westville, J. G. Hotchkiss. 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New-London, Caleb J. Allen. 

Bozrah, S. Fitch, — Bozrahville, H. Mowry. 

Colch.ester, B. Trumbull. — Westchester, C. C.Brown. 

East Lyme, E. H. Smith. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, Wm. Tucker. — Jewett City, Samuel Button. 

Groton, Elijah Bailey. — Centre, R. W. Smith, Porters- 

ville, J. Randall. 
Lebanon Absalom Peters. — Exeter, Elias S. Williams. 

Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. Goshen Hill, Justus 

Hinckley. 
Ledyard, Christ. Newton. — Gales Ferry, N, B. Brown, 



104 POST-OFFICES 

Gardner's Pond, J. B. VVilloughby. 
Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 
Lyme, C. W. Wait.— North, E. Stark Hambiirgli^ 

'S. iVl. Brockway.— Hfidlyme, Eli P. We.ls.— South 

Lyme, R. R. Chadwick. 
Montville, George Raymond. - — Uncasville, James 

Turner. 
Norvvi(th Town, John T. Wait. — City, L'Hommedieu. 
North Stonington, T. P. Wattles. 
Preston, Henry Brown. — Poquetannock, J. W. Brew, 

ster. 
Salem, Jonathan S. Park. — Gardiner Lake, Jo. R. Wil- 

luughby. 
Stonington, T. Champlin. — Mystic, Henry Harding.—^ 

Mystic Bridge, B F. Palmer. 
Waitrford, U. Gardiner. — Niantic, J. B. Manwaring, 

River Head, E. Beckv/ith. 

FAIRFTEl D COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Abraham Benson. — Southport, W. Sher- 
wood, jr. 

Banbury, Daniel A. Hoyt. 

Bethel, in Danbury, Frederick Seeley. 

Bridgeport, Smith Tweedy. 

Brookfield, Bryant Smith. 
~Darien, Albe; ' Seeley. 

Greenwich, Samuel Close. — St. Jonathan Finch.— 
Round Hil', B. F. White. 

Huntington, A. S. Jofes, 

Mill Plain, E. Birchard. 

Monroe, C. H. Beardslee.- — Stepney, L. Edwards* 

Newtowqj, T. Blackman. 

Norwalk, John Burrall. 

New ''anaan, Charles Raymond. 

N. Fairfield, S. Barnum. 

Nichols' Farm, E. Hawley. 

Ridgebury, S. S. St John. 

Ridgefi.eld, Harvey K. Siuith. 

Redding, Joseph Darling. — Bridge, L. Grover.—Town 
House', J. Olmsteado 



AND POST- MASTERS. 105 

Sherman, Henry Sherwood. 

Stamford, John Brown.— North Stamford, N. D, 

Haight. 
Stanwich, Arba Smith. 
Stratford, Divid Brooks. 

Trumbull, Elihu Beach.— Long Hill, S. Beardslee. 
West{)ort, Wm. Phjtt. 
Wesifield, Hart Shepard. 

Wesion, Mdileit JSeeley. — Northfield, W. Nichols. 
Wilton, Joseph P. Fitch. — Bald Hill, L.Ohntitead. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

BiiooKLYN, Adams White. 

Ashford, Dyer Clark.- Eastford, L. Holies. — North, 

Cyrus Keyes. — Westford, J. D. Richmond. 
Canterbury, Chester Ly<>n. — Westminster, P. Spicer. 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 

Hampton, Wm. Brown. — floward Valley, S. Burnham. 
Killingly, James Warren — Centre, G Kingsbury. — 

East, Elistia Stone. — South, Cyrus Day. — West, J. 

Ely. 
Plainfield, Benjamm Bacon. — Central Village, A. Har- 

ris. — Moosup, John Dunlap. 
Pamfret, Horace Sabin. — Landing, George Cady. — 

Abing on, P. M. Allen. 
Sterling, V\ ni. Fenner. 
Thompson, Jertiniah Olney. — -'"^'est, F. Nichols. — 

New l^osfon, Charles O. Wood. 
Voluntown, K. Gallup. — South, J. Stanton. 
Windham, Lucius Abbe. — Scotland, lienj. Webb. — 

Willimamic. R. Moulton. 
Woodstock, George Bowen.— North, A. Carpenter.— 
. West, J. F. Wiiljams. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

LsroiiFiELD, G. C. Woodruff. — S. Farms, E. J. Wood- 
ruff. 



106 POST-OFFICES 

Barkhamsted, Rolin L. Beecher. 

Bull's Bridge, F. T. Fenn. 

Bethlem, 11. Skidmore. 

Bradleyville, Wm.Coe. 

Canaan, Leman Church. — South, W. M. BurralL 

Colebrook, Enos North.— River, D. D. Wolf.— Mill 
Brook, H.V. Pinney. 

Cornwall, Julius Beardsley, — Bridge, M. Harrison. — 
PIollow, F. Roberts. 

Gaylord Bridge, P. Gaylord. 

Goshen, B. Baldwin. — East, Geo. Stanley. — North, P. 
Bailey. 

Harwinton, T. Kellogg. 

Hitchcocksville, Flavel B. Graham. 

Kent, Wells Beardsley. — North, H. Sturtevant. 

Milton, G. P. V\ elch. 

New Hartford, Thos. Dyer. — Centre, Anthony Baker. 

New Milford, L. Taylor. 

Northville, Sheldon Buckingham. — Bridgewater, G. 
Sanford. 

Norfolk, E. G. Lawrence. 

Northfield Church, D. Catlin. 

Plymouth, S. M. Miuchell. — Hollow, Augustus Smith. 

Roxbury, Miron Downs. 

Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp — Furnace Village, I. G, 
Mittchell — Chapinville, Henry UroaN — Lime Rock, 
jVl. Barnum. — Falls Vi.lage, John Ensign. 

Sharon, Henry Quintard. — East, S. A. Blynn. — Ells- 
worth, 1. S. Everest. 

Southbury, Charles H. Hall. Southford, John Peck. 

Terryville, J. C. Lewis. 

Torringford, Narhaniel Smith. 

Torrington, H. Palmer. — Wolcottville, S. Bradley. 

Washington, Timothy Mitchell. — Woodvilie, Frederick 
Chittenden. New Preston, A. Brown. 

Warren, G. P. Tallmad^re. 

Water town, M. Hemingway. 

Winchester, M. S. Hollabird. Centre, Theron 

Bronson. 

Woodbury, C. B. Phelps. 



AND POST-MASTEKS. 107 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETOwN, J. Stow — Upper Houses, J. Sage. 
Haddam, Jonathan Arnold. — Iligganum, Henry Child. 

Hadlyme, E. P. Wells. 
Chatham, Ann Smith. — M. Haddam, H. Stewart.— E. 

Hampton, D. Buell. 
Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. 
Deep River, H. Mather. 
Clinton, Edward Wilcox. 
Durham, Asher Robinson. 
East Haddam, O. Green. — Centre, N. L. Foster. — Me- 

chanicsville, W. B. Smith. — Millington, E. W. 

Mather, 
Killingwonh, H. ReJfield. 
Saybrook, R. E. Pratt. — Essex, A. F. Whittemore. — 

Westbrook, A. T. Wilcox. — Sayville, John Denison. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Luther Eaton. 

Andover, Ransford Button. 

Bolton, J. L. V\ hite. 

Columbia, S. T. Hosmer. 

Coventry, Josiah Brown. — South, S. Bidwell. 

Ellington, H. S. Belcher. — Square Pond, Ephraim Dim- 
mock. 

Gilead, B E. Post. 

Hebron, Henry H. Fitch. 

Hope Valley, David Chapman. 

Mount Hope,W. A. Fiske. 

Mansfield, J. Woodward. 

Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton. — .North, Amariah 
Kibbee. 

Stafford Springs, R. Woodworth. — West, P. Orcutt. 

Union, Ebenezer Allen. 

Vernon, L. P. Tinker. 

Willington, J. Weston — Moose Meadow, B. Lilli- 
bridge. 



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For single letters composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents. 

Any distance not exceeding 

Over 30, and not exceeding 

Over 80, \ind not exceeding 

Over 150, and not exceeding 

Over 400, 

Double letters, or tho8e c ^mposed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged wiih double those rates. 

Triple letter^, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged u'ith triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, ate charged v/ith quadruple those rates. 

All lettt^rs weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or more, 
are charged at the rate of single postage lor each quar- 
ter of an ounce, or quadrup'e postage for each ounce, 
according to weight ; and no letter can be charged with 
more than quadruple postage, unless the weight ex- 
ceeds one ounce avoirdupois. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper not carried out of the state in 
which it is published, or if carried out of the State, bu. 
not carried over 100 miles, - - - 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which it is 
published, - - - - - li cents. 

MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, - - - . - - li cents per sheet. 

do. do. over 10 miles, 2\ do. 

If not pub ished periodically, dis- 
tance not over luO miles, 4 do. 

do. do. over lOJ miles, G do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged wiih half those rates. E^ght 
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in the same proportion. 

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CLERGYMEN. 109 

CLERGYMEN. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

HARTrouD — Joel Hawes, D. D., ITornce Pnsbnell, 
Oliver E. Dn'jijetr, Isaac N. SpraL^ue, E. W Andrews, 
Edwaid R. Ty'er, Thom;»s H. (^.llaiidet, c. Rr. Rev. 
Thomas C. I.'.rovvnell, I). D. Ll>. D., George Burguss, 
Silas Toften, D. D. Ccilel) J. Good, Abner Jackson, 
John Wiilinnis. k; Jeremiah S. Eafon, Gurdoa Robins, 
b; Joseph Law, m; John VIoore, u. 

Avon — Francis H. Case, .John Barllelt. c ; G. 
Robins, B. 

Berlin — Royal Rohbins, D wight M. Seward, Joseph 
Whittlesey, c; A. R. Hills, Walter W. Brewer, m; John 
M, Guion, E ; — Havens, b; fl. G. Smith, u. 

Burlinijton — Erastus Scranton, c. 

Bloomfield — ( ornelius B. Everest, c; Horace Seaver, 
b; Wm. C. Hoyt, m. 

Bristol —David L. Parmelee, c; Joseph S. Cove], e; 
P. Chamberlain, m ; O-simus Allen, Simon '- haylor, f; 

Canton— Jarius Burl, Frederick Bar:on, c; GeorgQ 
B. At\*e'l, B. 

East Har'ford — Samuel v^'pring, c. 

East Windst^r — Shubuel Bartlett, Marvin Root, i^. 
Smith, c; Z. il. Mansfield, e. 

Enfield — Francis L. Robbins, Joseph Harvey, D. D., 
c ; J. Havv?en, m. 

Farmington — Noah Porter, D D. c ; Cook, m. 

Glasfenbury — Jumes A. Smith, Warren G.Jones, c; 
L, Peirce, m : W. !•. Ashley, e. 

Granhy — Ransom Warner, e ; Daniel Hemenway, c. 
Zebediah H. Man^fi* Id, e. 

Manchester — Bennett F, Northrop, c; Sanfcrd Ben- 
ton, m ; David Avery, b. 

Suffield — A. C. Washborn, R. J. Lane, c ; Dwight 
Ives, B. 

8outhmgton — Elisha C. Jones, c; E.Rogers, i?. 

Simsbiiry — Allen McLean, c; Ransom W^arner, E 
Charles fcitearns, m. 



110 CLERGYMEN. 

Wethersfield — Rob't Southgate, Joab Brace, Calvin 
Chapin, D. D., c; William Bentley, William Reed, b , 
Leonidas Rosser, John B Merwin, m. 

Windsor — S. D. Jev/ett, c; Ezra S. Cook, m. 



KEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven — Jeremiah Day, D. D. LL. D. Leonard 
Bacon, S. VV. S. Button, J. P. 'i'hompson, E. L. Cleave- 
land, Eleazer T, Fitch, D. D. Henry G. Ludlow, Ben- 
jamin H. tiwan, James Murdock, D. D., Chauncey 
Goodrich, Ammi Lindsley, Amri Benedict, c ; Harry 
Croswell, D. D., Alonzo B. Chapin, Stephen Jewett, 
Joseph H. Nichols, r ; Griswold, m ; Smith, 

R. C. 

Bethany — Saul Clark, c ; Isaac Jones, e. 

Branford— Timothy P. Gillett, c ; David T. Shailor, 
b; Pascal P. Kidder, e. 

Cheshire — Erastus Colton, c ; E. E. Beardsley, e. 

Derby — Joseph Scott, John D. Smith, e ; John B. 
Beach, Sylvester Smith, Samuel R. Hickok, m ; Hol- 
lis Reed, John E. Bray, c. 

East Haven — Stephen Dodd, Benjamin L. Swan, c ; 
J. M. Pease, m. 

Guilford — Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, c ; Da- 
vid Baldwin, Lorenzo T. Bennett, e ; Alva B. Gold- 
smith, B ; James Rawson, jvi. 

Hamden— Austin Putnam, c ; Henry H. Fitch, E. 
W. L. Stillwell, M ; David Bradley b. 

Milford — Bezaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, David S, 
Coe, c; E. J. Ives, e ; Lewis Gunn, m ; A. Clark, b. 

Meriden— H. Miller, b. ^abure S. Stocking, e. 

Middlebury — Jason Atwater, c ; Daniel Wooster, m; 
Oliver Hopson, b. 

North Branford — Wm. J. Boardman, Baldwin, 

c ; Servilius Stocking, e. 

Oxford Toplift, c ; Daniel Burhans, D. 

D. E. 



CLEIIGYMEN. " 111 

Wallingford— Edward R. Gilbert, c; Robert M. 
Chapman, e. 

Waterbury— Jacob L. Clark, e ; Charles Chittenden, 
M ; William Smith, b. 

Woodbury — Walter R. Long, c. 

Woodbridge — W. R. Long, c. 

Wolcott — James D. Chapman, c ; S. Stocking, e. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London — Abel McEwen, B. N. Martin, c; 
Robert A. Hallam, e.; H. A. Knapp, C. C. Wil- 
liams, B.; John Lovejoy, S. B. Haskell, m. 

Norwich — Hiram P. Armes, Alvan Bond, Thomas K. 
Fessenden, A. Whitman, c; Seth B. Paddock, Albert 

Spooner, e ; Clark, u ; Asa U. Swinerton, 

David N. Bentley, John Blancharcl, George Pool, E. 
Blake, m. 

Bozrah — Thos. L. Shipman, c ; Benjamin G. Goff, b. 

Colchester — Joel R. Arnold, Daniel G. Sprague, c. 
Augustus Bolles, b. 

East Lyme — Ftederick Gridley, c; Wm. Palmer, b. 

Franklin — Samuel Nott, D. D., c ; Comfort D. Filli- 
morc, M. 

Groton — Jared C. Avery, c; E. Denison, Ira Stew- 
art, G. Wightman, b. 

Lebanon — Lyman Strong, J. T. Otis, c ; Daniel 
Wildman, Nathan Wildman, b ; Ebenezer Robinson, 
Christian Baptist. 

Ledyard — Timothy Tuttle, c ; Ralph Hurlbut, m. D. 
Potter, E. 

Lisbon — Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayer, c ; John ^lake- 
man, B. 

Montvillle — Spencer F. Beard c ; Die's ens b ; 

Erastus Benton, m. 

Preston — Augustus B. Collins, c ; Dexter Potter, e 
N. E. Shailer, b. 

Salem — Charles Thompson, c; JohnW. Woodward, 
i E ; John Whittlesey, M. 

Stonington — N. B. Cook, c; Jerome S.Anderson, s 
I John W, Chase, m. 

u 



112 CLERGYMEN. 

North Stonington — Fhilo Jiidson, c; Randall, 

, Levi Meecii, Thomas Dowlinfr, b. 

Plaiiifield — Samuel Rockwell, c; Tubal Mansfield, 

■— Reed, b; That»:her, m. 

Waterford — Francis Darrovv, Lester T. Rogers, b. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTy. 

Fairfield — Nathaniel Freeman, Diniel C. Curtis, 
Lymaji H Aiwater. c; Nuihaniel E. Cornwall, e; Cyrus 
Silliman. m. 

Bridgeport — John Fl. Hunter, Nathnniel Hewitt, 13. 
D. Henry Jones, c; Gurdon S Co\i, Birdseye, G No- 
ble, e; Daniel Harrintjion, b; John M. Pease, Daniel 
Smith, M ; J. Gibbs, African 

Brooktield — Abner Brundagc, c ; Edward W. Bull, r. 

Danbury— John Greenwood, Roliiri S. Stone, c ; 
Davi i H, ShorU e; Addison Parker, Edward C. Am- 
bler, L. Aiwater, b; Rory Starr, John Nicherson, — — 
Clark, M. 

Greenwich— Noah Coe, Thomas Payne, Chauncey 
Wilcox, D. B. Butts, c; B. M. Yarrin<rton, e. 

Huntington — Thomas Punderson, c ; Georgo 8. 
Sf^rling, E: A. Gregory b. 

Monroe — Robert Day, p"; Rodney Rossiter, e. 

New Fairtield — David C. Perry, c; l/nah Mead, m. 

New Canaan— Theophilus Smith, c; David Ogden,E; 
J. A. Selleck, m; Willinm Biddle, b. 

Newtown — L. 11. Corson, e; Alexander Leadbetler: c. 
- Norwalk— William C. Mead, D. D. e. 

Ridgefield — Joseph Fuller, c ; Warner Hoyt, E. 

Redding— Chnrles J. Todd, e. 

Stamford — Daniel Smith, H. F'jl'er, c ; Ambrose, R. 
Todd, E ; John Tackaberry, m ; James M. Stickney b. 

Sherman — Maltby Gelston^ c 

Trumbull^ — Isaac Jennings c; David G. Tomlinson, e. 

Westport — Henry Benedict, c; H. Bryant, e; F. 
Hitchcock, \K 

Wilton — John Smith, c ; Abel Nichols, b. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn — Riverius Camp, e ; G.J, Tillotson, c; 
Thomas Huntington, B. N. Harris, B; VV. Coe, u. 



CLERGYMEN, 

Canterbury — Asa King, Walter Clark, c. 

Chaplin — Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Ashtbrd — Charles Hyde, E. Underwood, c ; 

Bennett, b ; ■ Allen, m. 

Plampton — Daniel C. Frost, e ; Dexter Ballard, AU 
fred Burnham, cii. 

Thompson-Daniel Dow, D. D., c; Silas Bailey, James 
Smitten, b; George May, m, 

Pomfiet — N. Hunt, Daniel Hunt, c ; Warren Cooper, 
B ; Riverius Camp, e. 

Windham— John E. Tyler, O. C. Whitten, A. Sharp, 

c ; Henry B. Sherman, e ; Gile, b ; P. T. Kinney, 

C. II. Greenslit, m. 

Woodstock — Otis Rockwood, Benjamin Ober, Lent 
S. Hough, Thomas Boutell, c ; Bela Hicks, James 
Grow, B. 

LITCHFIELD C^UNTV^. 

Litchfield — J. Brace jr. R. Woodruff, c ; Truman 
Marsh, William Payne, G. C. V. Eastman, e ; S. W. 
Schofield, M. 

Barkhamsted — John W. Alvord, c; Samuel Blais- 
dale, E. 

Bethlem — Fosdic Harrison, c ; J. H. Tuttle, e. 

Canaan— Henry H. Woodbridge, c ; — Bushnell, m. 

Cornwall — H. F. Wadsworth, c ; E. Washburn, m. 

Colebrook — Alfred Ives, c ; Zalmon Toby, Erastus 
Doty, b. 

Goshen — Grant Powers, c ; E. Washburn, D. Os- 
borne, M. 

Harwinton — Charles Bently, c. 
New Hariford- John Woodbridge, D. D., Cyrus Yale, c. 

Roxbury — Austin Isham, c; Charles G. Foot, e. 

Salisbury — AdamReid, c; Carpenter e. 

Sharon — Growe L. Brownel, c ; Samuel C. Carpen- 
ter, E ; Hoit F. Eease, Aaron Hunt, m. 

Torrington— Milton Huxley, Samuel Day, c ; T. 
Benedict, b ; Gad Smith, m. 

Warren— Harley Goodwin, Jason W. Everitt, m. 

Woodbury — Samuel R. Andrews, Churchill, c; 

S. G. Hitchcock, e ; Ammerman, m. 

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114 CLERGYMEN. 

Washington — Gordon Hayes, Benjamin Parsons, c ; 
N. Gordon e; Thomas Ellis, m. 

Watertown — Frederick Holcomb, D. D,, Nathaniel 
Richardson, E ; Philo R. Hurd, c; Thomas Ellis, m. 

Woodbridge — Walter R. Long, c. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETOWN — John R. Crane, Zebulon Crocker, Ar- 
thur Granger, c ; S. F. Jarvis, D. D., e ; Francis Hodg- 
son, Joseph Holdich, Laban Clark, Jacob F. Huber, D, 
D., D. D. Whedon, Daniel Burrows, William M. WiL 
let, M ; D. C. Haynes, Frederick Wightman, b ; L. S, 
Everett, u. 

Chester — Charles Dickinson, c ; Abner Van Gel- 
den, B. 

Clinton — B. Flow, m ; J. Flepburn, b. 

Durham — David Smi^h, c ; 1:^. C. Perry, m. 

Saybrook — F. W. Hotchkiss, E. B. Crane. A. Hovey» 
F. S. Chapman, c; William Warland, Thomas H. 
Vail, E . W. G. Miller, P. Brocket, R. Jennings, b ; 
Ira Abbott, m. 

East Haddam — Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Minor, 
George Carrington, c. 

Haddam— David D. Field, c; F. Whiteraan, b; E. C. 
Bates, M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland — Abram Marsh, c; Sylvester Barrows, b; 
R. Lathrop, Joseph Howland, m. 

Bolton — James Ely, c ; Loren C. Collins, m. 

Coventry — Chauncey Booth, George A. Calhoun, c. 

Hebron — Sylvester Selden, Charles Nichols, c; Al- 
pheus Geer, e ; A. C. Wheat, m. 

Mansfield— Anson S. Atwood, William Ely, c ; G. 
Salter, e ; Henry Bromley, b. 

Somers — James P. Terry, c. 

Stafford — George H. Woodward, Elihu Palmer, c ; 
Washington Munger, b; Blood, m; Waldo Lyon, u. 

Union — Uriah Balkam, c; B. J. Ayres, m; A. S, 
Dudley, u. 

Vernon — Chester Humphrey, Ansel Nash, c. 

Willington — David Bancrott, c ; E. Cushman, s. 



€1T1ES. 115 

INCORPORATED CITIES. 



HARTFORD. 

THOMAS K. BRACE, Mayor. 

aldermen and judges. 
Jeremy Hoadley, David F. Robinson, 
aldermen. 
Joseph Pratt, Roderick Terry, 
common council. 
Asaliel Saunders, William Hayden, Nathaniel Wood- 
house, Leonard Kennedy, Jr., Perry Smith, Ezra 
Strong, Joseph Church, Philip Ripley, John B. El- 
dredge, James B. Hosmer, Lemuel [lumphrey, Deni- 
son Morgan, Eli Oilman, John G. Mix, Horace Free- 
man, Orrin Smith, Isaac D. Bull, Almanzor Denslow, 
Gurdon Fox, Henry Sheldon. 
Clerk — William Conner. 
Treasurer— Nathaniel Goodwin, 
Collector — Benjamin Hastings. 
Auditor — William Conner. 
Sheriffs — Benjamin Hastings, George Story. 
City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, third Monday in April. 
Population, 9l68. 



NEW HAVEN. 

SAMUEL J. HITCHCOCK, Mayor, 

aldermen and judges, 
Enos a. Prescott, Henry Peck* 



116 CITIES. 

aldermen. 
William B. Bristol, Philos Blake. 

common council. 
Nahum Hayward, Levi Gilbert, Elam Hull, Samuel 
Rowland, James Winship, John Ritter, John Merri- 
man, Ralph B. Steele, Abraham A. Thompson, Charles 
O'Neil, Eli B. Austin, J. Durrie, E. Dickerman, jr., T. 
Ensign, Israel Harrison, Leverett Shepherd, Henry T. 
Huggins, George Bradley, Eleazer K. Foster, Joel K. 
Post. 

Clerk — Elisha Munson. 
Treasurer — Amos Townsend, jr. 
Collector — Gardner Morse. 
Auditor — Ransom Burritt. 
Sheriffs — Scovil Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 
City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 
Population, 12957. 



NEW LONDON. 

FRANCIS ALLYN, Mayor. 

aldermen. 
Ebenezer Leakned, I Isaac Thompson, 
Wanton A. Weaver, | Sarin K. Smith. 

common council. 
Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, John Grace, Amos Stark, 
William J. Gray, Acors Barns, E. V. Stoddard, C. C. 
Comstock, Leonard Dart, Francis W. Holt, Albert Ly- 
on, Parker H. Smith. 
Clerk — Richard Belden. 
Treasurer — Robert Coit. 
Agent — William F. Brainard. 

■^flfs — Isaac Treby, Jonathan Chapel. 



CITIES, 117 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 
Population, 5528. 



NORWICH. 
JOHN BREED, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

GuRDON Chapman, I William A. Buckingham* 
Joseph Backus, | Jedediah Huntington. 

common council. 

George Hebbard, J. R. Robinson, James Spalding* 
R. W. Roath, Joshua W. Shepherd, Alvan Wickham* 
Edwin Gavit, Elijah A. Bill, Horatio Willes, Samuel 
C. Starr, Gurdon Pendleton, Denison B. Tucker, John 
A. Robinson, John G. Huntington, George W. Smith, 
Isaac Bromley, Giles M. Eaton, George Moore, Amos 
Cobb, Amasa C. Hall. 

Clerk — George Perkins. 

Treasurer — Lyman Brewer. 

Sherifl[s — Frederick Prentice, Francis W. Bushnell. 

City Court held on the second Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 
Population, 4200. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

SAMUEL D. HUBBARD, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

Isaac Webb, I Ephraim Crofoot, 

William S. Camp. \ Horace Clark. 

COMMON council. 

Stephen Taylor, Charles Bulkland, Joseph Arnold, 
Pascal E. Hubbard, William Woodward, John H. Wat- 
kinson, Alfred Southmayd, Ehas Lewis, D. D. Parrae« 
lee. 



118 BOROUGHS. 

Clerk and Treasurer — John Fisk. 
Sheriffs — Ilarvey Treadway, Daniel Samson. 
City Court held the second Tuesday of each month- 
Annual meeting, third Monday in January. 
Population, 3511. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

CHARLES BOSTWICK, Mayor. 

ALDEJIMEN. 

Philo Hurd, I Daniel Thatcher, 

Charles DeForest, | Reuben Tweedy. 

common council. 

Charles Foote, Sherman Hartwell, Abijah Hawley, 
Richard Hyde, Ezra Gregory, Charles B. Hubbell, 
George Sterling, Samuel F. Hurd, Russell Tomlinson, 
Lewis C. Seger, Samuel B. Ferguson, William A. 
Peck, Alexander Hamilton. Isaac M. Conklin, A. A. 
Pettengill, Daniel B. Oviatt, Joshua Lord, William H, 
Peet, James Betts, George Robbins. 

Clerk — Ira Sherman. 

Treasurer — Joseph Thompson. 

Sheriffs— Thos. Hutchins, Charles B. Middlebrook. 
Population, 3294. 



BOROUGHS. 



COLCHESTER. 

Avery Morgan, Warden. 
Burgesses — Ezekiel W. Parsons, Marvin W. Hutch- 
ins, Albert B. Isham, Alfred B. Pierce, David Sperry, 
Bradford Sparrow. 

Bailiff— Joseph C. Hammond, 



BOROUGHS. 119 

ESSEX. 
H. L. Champlin, Warden. 
Burgesses — Timothy Starkey, Samuel Ingham, Jo- 
seph H. Hayden, Uriah Hayden, Elias Redfieid, Asahe^ 
Arnold. 

U. S. Hayden, Clerk and Treasurer. 
N.F.Stevens, Bailiff. 



SOUTHPORT. 

Thomas Robinson, Warden. 

Burgesses — Lot Bulkley, Ilezekiah Davis, Charles 

Perry, Wakeman B. Meeker, Joseph Jennings. 

Bailiff — Aaron Jennings. 

Clerk — Simon Sherwood. 

STAMFORD. 

Theodore Davenport, Warden. 
Burgesses — John W. Leeds, Ezra Scofield, Stephen 
B. Provost, Richard Sianton, G. E. Warring, A. N. 
Holly, David W. Smith. 

Seymour Jarvis, Clerk and Treasurer. 
William T. Miner, Agent. 



STONINGTON". 
George E. Palmer, Warden. 
Burgesse? — G. IL Smith, Benjamin Pomroy, C. T. 
Stanton, Azariah Sianton, T. M. Brown, R. C. Man- 
cox. 

Treasurer and Clerk — O. York. 
Bailiff — Benjamin Wright. 

LITCHFIELD. 

Joseph Adams, Warden. 

Sylvester Galpin, Clerk. 

.Tosiah G. Beckwith, Treasurer^ 

Moses Morse, Bailiffs 



120 BANKS. 



BERLIN. j Nic 

Joseph Booth, jr. Warden. 
Timothy Boardman, Clerk. 



WATERBURY. 
Edward Chittenden, Warden. 
Burgesses — Anson Sperry, Robert Johnson, jr., Sam- 
uel Atkins, William M. Pemberton, George W. Bene- 
dict. 

Clerk — Samuel H. Judd. 
BailifF— Edward I. Porter. 



BANKS. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President, 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — D. F. Robinson, Joseph Trumbull, Timo- 
thy Cowles, Charles Shelden, C. H. Brainard, C. H. 
Northam, A. M. Collins. J. B. Hosmer, B. Hudson, 
Erastus Ellsworth, James Cowles, R. Brown. 
Francis Parsons, At torney. 
Disc ount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual election, 2d Thursday in June. 
Dividends semi-annually, in June and December. 
Capital Stock, $1,118,000. 



PHCENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 
Directors — George Beach, Thomas Day, Denison 
Morgan, Samuel Tudor, Henry Shephard, Cyprian 



BANKS. 121 

Nichols, Thomas Belknap, M. S. Peters, George Ro- 
berts, Henry Lewis. 

State Directors — Edmund G. Howe, Wm. T. Lee. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Annual election, 1st Thursday in September. 

Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 
Capital Stock, $1,113,000. 



BRANCH OF THE PHOENIX BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors — Asa Bacon, Theron Beach, O. S. Sey- 
mour, E. C. Bacon, Charles Deming, Wm. C. Sterling, 
Benjamin DeForest. 

O. S. Seymour, Attorney. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING CO. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors— Wm. H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, D. Buck, 
S. Spencer, Eli Oilman, M. A. Tuttle, E. Watkinson, 
Nathan Colton, Joseph Church. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney. 
Discount days, Mondays, and Thursdays. 
Capital, $250,000. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

A. H. Pomroy, President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 

Directors — A. H. Pomroy, Joseph Pratt, Luther 
Loomis, Jesse Savage, H. Goodwin 2d, Henry Keeney, 
Lemuel Humphrey, Joseph Ellsworth, G. P. Grant, 
Jasper Hyde, E. Cutler, Oliver Filley, Horace Belden. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Dividends, in May and November. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 

Capital $500,000, with liberty to increase to Si, 500,- 
000. 



122 BANKS. 

EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors — Roderick Terry, A. S. Porter, Willis 
Thrall, D. Burgess, E. Flower, L. Kennedy, jr., L. 
B. Hanks, Abner Case, Charles Bosvvell, H. Water- 
man, Albert W. Butler, R. Buell, Rowland A. Robbins. 
Francis Fellowes, Attorney- 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Capital paid ir^, ^400,000. 

HARTFORD SAVIiVGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 
Vice Presidents — James H. Wells, Wm. Ely, Cyp- 
rian Nichols, Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Chas, 
Hosmer, John Buibir, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. 
Brace, Stephen Spencer, Solomon Porter. 

Trustees — Charles Seymour, Jeremy Hoadley, 
Richard Bigelow, Henry A. Perkins, Albert Day, 
Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, 
Haynes L. Porter, Jesse Savage, A. M Collins, Ed- 
ward Goodwin, Ezra S. Hamilton, Philemon Canfield, 
WiUiam Rogers, Thomas C. Perkins, Calvin Day, John 
L. Bunce, Royal R. Hinman, Thomas Smith, John 
Warburton, Charles Abernethy, Wm. T. Hooker. 

Haynes L. Porter, Secretary. 

Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 



ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 

Henry Kingsbury, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, jr.. Cashier. 
Directors — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, 



BANKS. 123 

Timothy Bishop, Roger S. Baldwin, Isaac H. Town- 
send, Zebul Bradley, Augustus R. Street, Erastus Ly- 
man, Caleb Brintnall. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M, 
Annual meeting, first Thursday in July. 
Capital Stock, $335,000. 

MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 

John W. Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clarke, Russell 

Hotchkiss, N. Peck, jr., Levi Gilbert, Nathaniel F. 

Thompson, Simeon Marble, Elihu Sanford, Henry 

White. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A M., to 3 P. M. 
Annual meeting, 1st iVlonday in July. 
Capital Stock, S300,0U0. 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — Hervey Sanford, Samuel St. John, David 
Daggett, Charles Atwater, Wm. Johnson, Oliver Bry- 
an, Zelotes Day, H. W. Edwards, Sherman Smith. 
John Beach, Attorney. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 1 
to 3 P.M. 

Capital, $500,000, all paid in. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransum Burritt, Cashier. 
Directors — Henry flotchkiss, Lewis Hotchkiss, 



124 BANKS. 

Elam Hull, Smith Tuttle, Isaac Leavenworth, Matthew 
G. Elliott, Nathaniel Bacon, Leveret Griswold, Ste- 
phen Bishop. 

Annual meeting, first Wednesday in July, 
Capital Slock, $500,000, all paid in. 



MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Harris Hayden, Cashier. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. 
William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President ^ 

Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 
Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. 
Miner, Wm. P. Cleveland, jr., Archibald Mercer, Ed- 
ward Hallam, George R. Lewis, Alfred White, Rich- 
ard McCurdy, Charles A. Lewis, Felix Ansart, James 
Morgan, Nathaniel Matson. 

Wm. P. Cleveland, jr.. Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 

to 4 P.M. 
Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 
Capital Stock, $100,000, 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Direclors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thomson, Thorn- 



BANKS. 125 

as W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappel, Ralph 
Isham, Jonathan Goit, Anthony Thatcher, Thomas S. 
Perkins, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 

Thomas S. Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 

to 4 P.M. 
Annual meeting, first Tuesday in July. 
Capital Stock, .$300,000. 



WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 
Directors — Coddington Billings, Lyman Law, Jo- 
seph Lawrence, John Brandegee, Wanton A. Weaver, 
Abner Bassett, Adam Frink, Acors Barnes. 

Wm. F. Brainard, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 

to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, ^300,000. 



NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice Presidents— Robert Coit, Ezra Chappel, Asa 
Otis. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, W. P. Cleveland, jr., 
C. S. Stockman, Jonathan Starr, T. S. Perkins. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Capital Stock,, f 121, 230. 90. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors — Jabez Huntington, John L. Boswell, Ben- 



126 BANKS. 

jaminCoit, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, Nathaniel Ship- 
man, Jedediah Huntington, John Ishani, Jacob W. Kin. 
ney, Wm. A. Buckingham, Russell Hubbard, James 
Treat, Amos Cobb, George Bliss, John W. Boswell for 
State. 

George Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual Meeting in June. Dividends in January and 
July. 

Capital Stock, $210,000. 

THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

William P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors — William P. Greene, Edward Whiting, 
Adam Larrabee, Henry M. Waite, Walter Lester, 
Gurdon Chapman, James Stedman. 

Annual Meeting, in June. Dividends in March and 
September. 

Capital Stock, $200,000, 

QUINNEBAUG BANK, NORWICH. 

Francis A. Perkins, President. 
Daniel L. Trumbull, Cashier. 
Directors — F. A. Perkins, C. W. Rockwell, John 
Breed, Joseph Backus, Charles Coit, A. F. Gilman, 
Wm. P.Eaton, Fred. Prentice. 

Capital Stuck, $5;i0,000. 

MERCHANTS BANK, NORWICH. 

William Williams, President. 
Joseph Williams, Cashier. 
Directors — William Williams, Stephen Fitch, Sher- 
wood Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, Jo- 
seph H. Doane, John Brewster, Elijah A. Bill, H. B, 
Buckingham, Rosvvell Morgan, Samuel Tyler, Henry 



BANKS. 127 

B. Tiacy, Albert B. Isham, Elisha Tracy, Joseph S. 
Gladding, Lafayette S. Foster for State. 

Annual Meeting in September. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Capital Stock, $150,000. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 

J. Huntington, Treasurer and Secretary. 

Annual Meeting in June. 

JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Joseph S. Gladding, President. 

John Johnson, Cashier. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



STONIJNGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — E.Williams, G. Trumbull, Giles R.HaU 
lam, Jesse D. Noyes, B. Pomroy. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 

George W. Noyes 2d, Cashier. 

Directors — Elisha Faxon, Elias Brown, John Hyde, 

Elisha Haley, Stephen Haley, Asa Fish, Silas Beebe, 

Nathan Daboll, Henry Harding, Jeremiah Holmes, 

Elisha Faxon, Jr., David Baldwin. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 
Directors — John Baldwin, John Webb Jr., Levi 



128 BANKS. 

Johnson, E. G. Hammond, J. A. Perkins, J. G. White, 
E. West, W. Bingham, H. Hammond, W. Smith, and 
J. Tracy. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

James Eaton, President. 

Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John M'- 
Clellan, E. C. Eaton, Wm. Putnam, B. P. Spalding, 
A. Hammond, Ed. Fogg, John Callup, 3d, Adams 
White, Henry G. Taintor, Benjamin E. Palmer, Spal- 
ding Barstow, Daniel P. Tyler. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. H. Mason, Wm. Read, Wm. Fish- 
er, Franklin Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Simon Davis, 
Talcott Crosby, Vernon Stiles, Leonard Ballou, N. T. 
Adams, Erastus Knight. 

Simon Davis, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting first Tuesday in January. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors — Sylvanus Sterling, Hanford Lyon, Free- 
man C. Bassett, Charles B. Hubbell, Sherman Hart- 
well, Stephen Tomlinson, Sherwood Sterling, Hezeki- 
ah Allen, Plenry Beers. 

Henry Dutton, Attorney for the Bank. 

Charles DeForest, State Director. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



BANKS. 129 

CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors — Daniel Thatcher, Reuben Tweedy, Da- 
vid Brooks, Jcvcph Thompson, Daniel Sterling, Seih 
B. Jones Enoch Foote, Josiah Hubbell, John W. Ster- 
ling. 

Joseph Brooks, State Director. 

Henry Dutton, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 



FAIRFIE1?D COUNTY BANK, NORWALK, 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, jr.. Cashier. 

FAIRFIELD BRANCH BANK DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Aaron Seeley, Cashier. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 

Edward Hill, Cashier. 

Directors — John W. liceds, Theodore Davenport, 

Sands Adams, Stephen V. Provost, John Dean, Samufl 

Lockwood, Ezra H. Bishop, Justus L. Bush, Stephen 

Smith, Stephen Hoyt, jr., John Titus. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

.Teremiah Sturges, President. 
Francis D. Perry, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles Perry, Moses Balkley, Henry 
Perry, Wm. Sherwood, jr., Alva Gray, Thomas Hus- 
ted. 

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1«I0 BANKS. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 

Dyer Ames, jr., Cashier. 

Directors^Elijah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, 

Wm. L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor, Wm. J. Trench, John 

H. Walkinson, Ralph Goodrich, Pavid Allen, Joseph 

Hill, Henry G. Hubbard, Isaac Webb. 

Richard Rand, on the part of the State. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in January. 

Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business from 9 to 12, A. M., and from 2 to 

4, P.M. 

Capital Stock, $420,000. 

MIDDI^ESEX COUNTY BANK. 

"William C. Bowers, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors — William C. Bovvers, Joseph W. Alsop? 
Samuel Russell, Ebenezer Jackson, William S. Camp, 
E. H. Roberts, Nathaniel Bacon, John Alsop, Robert 
Johnson, John Stewart, Timothy Starkey, Seth Sew- 
ard, Hezekiah Scovil. Eli V\ ilcox, on the part of the 
State. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Capital Stock, ,$200,000. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Richard Rand, President. 
Vice Presidents — Augustus Cook, Wm. C. Bowers. 
Directors— Joseph Taylor, Joseph Arnold, Alfred 
Southmayd, Edmund Hughes. 

Henry S. Ward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



BANKS. 131 

EAST HADDAM BANK. 

John C. Palmer, President. 
T. C. Boardman, Cashier. 
Directors — Timothy Green, Root Bulkley, Augustus 
Olmsted, John C. Palmer, Joseph L'Hommedieu, 
Wm. Palmer, jr., Samuel Arnold, 2d, Richard S.Pratt, 
J. S. W. Cone, Geo. E. Goodspeed, Richard P. Wil- 
liams, Isaac Ackley. 

John C, Palmer, Attorney for the Bank. 



TOLLAND BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors — Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Geo. M. 
Hyde, Wyllys Gilbert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, John 
Fitch, Henry Strong, Miner Grant. 



Bank Commissioners. 

Gurdon Trumbull, of Stonington, Wm. Mather, jr., 
of Simsbury. 

BanJc Directors on the part of the State. 

Phoenix Bank, Edward G. Howe, William T. Lee. 
New Haven, Eli B. Austin. Middletown, Richard 
Rand. Connecticut, Joseph Brooks. Fairfield Coun- 
ty, Thomas B. Butler. Bridgeport, Charles DeForest. 
Hartford, Ezra S. Hamilton. Windham, Justin Swift. 
Farmers and Mechanics, Philemon Canfield. New 
London Bank, Coleby Chew. Merchants Bank, Lafay- 
ette S. Foster. Norwich Bank, John L. Boswell. 
Middlesex County Bank, Eli Wilcox. 



IS^ INSURANCE COSrPANIEJ^, 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Hartford. Fire Insurance Company, 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

James G. Bolles, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 



Protection Fire and Marine Insur a/ace Co, Hartford^ 

Eliphalet Averill, President. 
William Conner, Secretary, 

Annual election, in June. 

Capital stock, $gl50,000. 



^Etna Pire InsuroMce Company^ Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary, 

Annual election in June. 

Capital stock, ^200,000, 



Hartford Mutual Fire Insurance Company i 

Daniel St. John, President. 

Ward Woodbridge, Treasurer. 

Charles Shepard, Secretary. 

Fledged capital, $300,000. Cash in Treasury $3000. 

Number of members, 8000. 



New London Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 

Richard Law, President. 
Coleby Chew, Secretary, 
Annual Election, in July. 
Capital stock, $250,000. 



COMPANIES. 133 

Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company j Middletoion, 

Samuel Cooper, President. 
William Woodward, Secretary. 



Neic London County Mutual Fire Insurance Company^ 

Norwich. — Cfiartered May, 1840. 

Joseph Backus, President* 

John DeWitt, Secretary. 



Norwich Fire Insurance Company, 

William Williams, President. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



Norwich Mutual Assurance Company. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, ^d Monday in January. 

Capital stock, ^6,666, 



Litchfield Mutual Assurance Company, 

William Buel, President. 

Sylvester Galpin, Secretary. 



RATL-ROADS, &C. 

Hartford and Neio Haven Rail Road Company, 
Daniel Buck, President. 
Valentine Reynolds, Agent of the Depot, Hartford, 
Obediah Pease, Treasurer. 
E. Wadsworth, Agent at New Haven- 
James N. Palmer, Engineero 
E. A. Mitchell, Secretary. 



1^4 COMPANIES. 

Housatonic Rail Road Cortipany. 

William P. Burrall, President. 

Jesse Sterling, Treasurer. 

William H. Noble, Secretary. 

R. B. Mason, Chief Engineer and Superintendent of 

Transportation. 



Norwich and Worcester Rail Road Company. 

John A. Rockwell, President. 

Thomas Robinson, Agent. 

C. W. Rockwell, Treasurer pro. tempore. 

T. Willis Pratt, Superintendent. 

Roger Huntington, Clerk* 



Boston and Stonington Rail Road Company. 

Courtlandt Palmer, President. 

Geo. W. Whistler, Eng'r and Agent. 

F. Amy, Treasurer. 



Bridgeport Whaling Company. 

Daniel Tomlinson, President. 

Sherwood Sterling, Secretary and Treasurefa 

Samuel F. Hurd, Agent. 



Bridgeport Marine Company, 

Ira Peck, President and Agent. 
Abijah Hawley, Secretary and Treasurer. 



COLLEGES. 135 

COLLEaES AND ACADEMIES- 



YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d, ll. d. President, Hon. 
William W. Ellsworth, ll. d., Hon. Charles Hawley, 
Rev. Daniel Smith, Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d.. Rev. 
David Smith, s. t. d., Rev. Noah Tortcr, s. t. d., Rev. 
Daniel Dow. d. d.. Rev. Aaron Dutton, Rev. Abel Mc- 
Ewen, Rev. Diodate Brockway, Rev. Samuel R. An- 
drew, Hon. Abraham D. Baldwin, Rev. Leonard Bacon, 
Hon. Asa Fish, Hon. Eliphalet A. Bulkley, Hon. Job 
Williams, Hon. Nathaniel P. Perry, Hon. Stillman K. 
Wightman. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, Esq. 
Steward — Caleb Mix, Esq. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d., President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d., Kent Professor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d, ll. d. Professor of Chemis- 
try, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Liierature. 

Eli Ives, M. d,, Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

William Tully, m. d., Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d., Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d., Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d., Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m., Professor of sacred Litera- 
ture. 

Hon. Samuel J. Hitchcock, Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 



136 COLLEGES. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, s. t. d., Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, s. t. d., Professor of 
the Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m., Professor of Natural Philo- 
sophy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, a. m., Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, m. d., Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Rev. William A. Larned, a. m., Professor of Rheto- 
ric and English Literature. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m., Professor of Mathe- 
matics. 

Charles U. Shepard, m. d., Lecturer in Natural His- 
tory. 

Thomas A. Thatcher, a. m., Tutor in Latin. 

William D. Ely, a. m., Tutor in Latin. 

Edwards Pierpont, a. m.^ Tutor in Natural Philoso- 
phy. 

Daniel Powers, a, m., Tutor in Latin. 

Edward Strong, a. b. Tutor in Greek. 

Lewis J. Dudley, a. b , Tutor in Greek. 

David T. Stoddard, a. b. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Erasmus D. North, m. d., Listructor iif Elocution. 

rran9ois Turner, Instructor in the French Language. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Per- 
spective. 

George E. Day, a. m. Assistant Instructor in Sacred 
Literature. 

Benjamin Silliman, jr. a. m., Assistant in the 
Departments of Chemestry, Mineralogy and Geology. 

MEDICAL examiners. 

Silas Fuller, m. d. Dyar T. Brainard, m. i>. 

Thomas Miner, m. d. Earl Swift, m. d. 

Luther Ticknor, m^ d. Jeremiah T. Denison, m. d» 



COLLEGES. 137 

LIBRARY. 

Number of volumes'in the College Library, 13,000 

In Brothers, - - - 7,300 

III Linonian, - - - 7,350 

In Calliopean, ... 4,850 

THE CATALOGUE OF 1840-41, EXHIBITS THE FOLLOWING 
SUMMARY. 

Theological Students, 61 

Law Students, -------32 

Medical Students, 52 

Seniors, --78 

Juniors, 108 

Sophomores, 124 

Freshmen, 119 

Total, 574 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the third Wednes- 
day in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the third 
Wednesday in iiugust. 

2. Two weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks from the last Wednesday in April. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d., President ex-officio; Rt. 
Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, s. t. d. ll. d. ; Rev. Harry 
Croswell, s. t. d. ; Charles Sigourney, Esq.; Richard 
AdamSj^Esq ; Jonathan Starr, jr. Esq.; Hon. John S. Pe- 
ters, LL,' D. ; William H. Imlay, Esq. ; Samuel Tudor, 



138 COLLEGES. 

Esq .; Seth P. Beers, Esq. ; Rev. William Jarvis ; Hon' 
Isaac Toucey ; Samuel 11. Huntington, Esq.; Ward- 
Woodbridge, Esq. ; Hon. William W. Boardman ; Rev. 
Frederick Holcomb, s. t. d. ; Rev. Stephen Jewett ; 
Rev. George Burgess ; William H. Scovill, Esq. ; Rob- 
ert Watkinson, Esq. ; Thomas Belknap, Esq. ; Rev. 
Wm. Cooper Mead, s. t. d. ; George Brinley, Esq. ; 
Charles Davies, Esq. 

Samuel H. Huntington, Esq , Secretary of the Board. 
Thomas Belknap, Esq. Treasurer, 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d., President, and Hobar^ 
Professor of Belles Lettres and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, a. m., Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. Caleb J. Good, a.m., Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

George Sumner, m. d., Professor of Botany. 
Hon. William W. Ellsworth, ll. d. Professor of Law. 
Rev. A. Jackson, a. m.. Professor of Moral and In- 
tellectual Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Samuel B. Beresford, m. d., Lecturer on Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Marcus F. Hyde, a. b. Tutor. 
Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 

The Catalogue of 1840 exhibits the following sum- 
mary. 

Resident Graduates, 3 

Seniors, 17 

Juniors, 27 

Sophomores, ..... 23 

Freshmen, . . • . . , 13 

Total, 83 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual Commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Seven weeks from Commencement. 



COLLEGES. 139 

2. Two weeks from the Thursday before the 25th of 
December. 

3. Four weeks from the Thursday before the 12th 
of April. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clark, Middletown ; Rev. Heman Bangs? 
Middletown ; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Flartfordj 
Aaron Sanford, Esq., Redding ; James L. Phelps, m. d.? 
New York ; John L. Smith, Esq., Middletown ; Rev. 
Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Mass. ; Hon. Abel 
Bliss, Wilbraham, Mass.; Rev. John W. Hardy, Wil- 
braham, Mass. ; Rev. C. D. Gaboon, I^yndon, Vt. ; Hon. 
Seth Sprague, jr. Duxbury, Mass. ; William J. Trench, 
Esq., Middletown ; Samuel Russell, Esq. Middletown ; 
Hon. Elijah Hubbard, Middletown ; Jonathan Barnes, 
Esq. Middletown ; Hon, William L. Storrs, Middle- 
town ; Samuel D. Hubbard, Esq., Middletown; Isaac 
Webb, Esq., Middletown; Hon. Ebenezer Jackson, 
Middletown ; Rev. Charles Adams, Andover, Mass. ; 
Rev. Stephen Olin, Middletown. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, d. d. President. 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m., Professor of Natural 
Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, a. m.. Professor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 

Rev. Joseph Holdich, a. m. Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles Lettres. 

Rev. Jacob F. Huber, a. m. Professor of Modern 
Languages and Librarian. 

John Johnston, a. m., Professor of Natural Science. 

Harvey B. Lane, a. m., Professor of Mathematics 
and Civil Elngineering. 

Vacant. Professor of Moral Instruction. 

Rev. William M. Willet, Teacher in Hebrew, 

Rev. Loren L. Knox, a. b. Tutor. 



140 COLLEGES. 

THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Located at East Windsor — Incorporated in Maij^ 1834, 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d., President. 
Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d. ; Rev. Daniel Dow ; 
Rev. Timothy P. Gillett ; Rev. Nathaniel Hewitt, d. d. ; 
Asahel Nettleton, d. d. ; Rev. George A. Calhoun; 
Rev. Samuel Spring ; Rev. Cyrus Yale ; Rev. Abner 
Brundage ; Rev. Samuel H. Riddel; Rev. Chauncey 
G.Lee; Hon. Eli B. Haskell; Hon. Seth Terry; 
Erastus Ellsworth, Esq. ; Richard E. Selden, jr. Esq. 
Samuel Lyman, Esq. ; Rev. William Ely ; Eliphalet 
Terry, Esq. ; Rev. Frederick Marsh ; Rev. Isaac Par- 
sons ; Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, d. d. ; Chester Buck- 
ley, Esq. ; John P. Haven, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d., President, and Professor 
of Christian Theology. 

Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, d. d., Professor of Eccle- 
siastical History. 

Rev. John Proudfit, a. m., Professor Elect of Sacred 
Rhetoric. 

Rev. William Thompson, a. m.. Professor of Biblical 
Literature. 

Summary of the Catalogue of 1840. 

Whole number who have entered the Institute, 75 

Whole number who have completed their course 

here, 37 

Deceased, 2 

Number in the present Classes, . . . 26 
Anniversary, second Wednesday in August. 



GENERAL THEOLOGICAL SEMLNARY OF THE P. E. CHURCH, 
CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Standing Committee — The Bishops of the Church, 
with Rev. Drs. Milnor, Lyell, Taylor, Berrian, Mc. 



BISHOPS, &C. 141 

Vickar, Bayard, Messrs. T. L. Ogden, G. C. Verplanck, 
I. Lawrence, W. Johnson, N. Rodgers, Jas. N. Wells. 

William H. Harrison, Treasurer. 

Rev. Edward Y. Higbee, Secretary. 

PROFESSORS. 

Rt. Rev, B. T. Onderdonk, d. d. Professor of the Na. 
ture, Ministry and Polity of the Church. 

Rev, Samuel H. Turner, d. d., Professor of Biblical 
Learning and the Interpretations of Scripture. 

Rev. Bird Wilson, d. d., Professor of Systematic Di- 
vinity. 

Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 

Clement C. Moore, ll. d., Professor of Oriental and 
Greek Literature. 



BISHOPS OF THE P. E. CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d.. Eastern Dio- 
cese, Presiding Bishop. 

Richard C. Moore, d. d., Virginia. 
Philander Chase, d. d., Illinois. 
Thomas C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d., Connecticut. 
Henry U. Onderdonk, d. d., Pennsylvania. 
William Meade, d.d., Assistant, Virginia. 
Benjamin T. Onderdonk, d. d., New York. 
Levi S. Ives, d. d. ll. d. North Carolina. 
John H. Hopkins, d. d., Vermont. 
Benjamin B. Smith, d. d., Kentucky, 
Charles P. Mcllvane, d. d., Ohio. 
George W. Doane, d. d., New Jersey, 
James H. Otey, d. d., Tennessee. 
Christopher E. Gadsden, d. d,. South Carolina. 
Stephen Elliott, d. d., Georgia. 
William R. Whittingham, d. d., Maryland. 



COMMENCEMENTS OF COLLEGES. 

Bowdoin, first Wednesday in September. 
Waterville, first Wednesday in August, 
Dartmouth, last Wednesday in July. 



142 ACADEMIES. 

University of Vermont, first Wednesday in August. 

Middlebury, third Wednesday in August. 

Norwich University, Wednesday before the third 

Thursday in August. 
Harvard, last Wednesday in August. 
Williams, third Wednesday in August. 
Amherst, fourth Wednesday in August. 
Brown University, first Wednesday in September. 
Yale, third Wednesday in August. 
Washington, first Thursday in August. 
Wesleyan University, first Wednesday in August. 



OFFICERS OF THE CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND 
SCIENCES, FOR 1840 — 1. 

[Founded at New Haven, 1799.J 
Benjamin Silliman, President. 

Vice President — -Noah Webster. 

Council — Roger M. Sherman, William Tully, Deni- 
son Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibbs, Eleazer T. Fitch. 

Recording Secretary — Edward C. Herrick. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Chas. 
Hooker, Francis B. Winthrop, E. C. Herrick. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

Publication Committee — Anthony D. Stanley, Aaron 
N. Skinner, Theodore D. Woolsey. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d., President, ex- 
officio. 

Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, Principal, and Vice 
President, ex.ofiicio. 

Asa J. Driggs, m. d., Secretary. 

Johu Beach, Treasurer. 



INSTITUTIONS. 143 

CONNECTICUT ALPHA OF THE Fill BETA KAPA 
SOCIETY. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 

Professor Theodore D. Woolsey, Vice President. 

Win. H. Russell, m. d., Corresponding Secretary. 

George E. Day, Treasurer. 



SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS FOR 1840. 

His Excellency William W. Ellsworth. 
Setli P. Beers, Commissioner of School Fund. 
Henry Barnard, 2d, Esq, Hartford County. 
Denison Olmsted, Esq. New Haven *' 

Hon. Andrew T. Judson, Windham ** 
Hon. Samuel Church, Litchfield ** 

Samuel D. Hubbard, Esq. Middlesex *' 
LorinP. Waldo, Esq. Tolland 

Francis A. Perkins, Esq. New Lgndon *' 
Rev. David H. Short, Fairfield " 

H. Barnard, 2d, Esq. Secretary. 



INSTITUTIONS, 

AMERICAN ASYLUM. AT HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 
- Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 
Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Lewis Weld, A. M., Principal. 
Assistants — Laurent Clerc, A. M., William W. Tur- 
ner, A. M., Luzerne Ray, A, M., Collins Stone, A. M., 
Jared A. Ayers. A. B., Henry B. Camp, A. B., Lucius 
H. Woodruff, A. M., Wilson Whiton, John O. David. 

William W. Turner, Steward. 

Mrs. Phebe C. While, Matron. 



144 INSTITUTIONS. 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 
James B. Hosmer, Auditor. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, James B. Hosmer, John Butler, Thomas H. 
Gallaudet, Charles Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, J. L. Corn- 
stock, Edward P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick 
Terry, John Olmsted, Cyprian JNIichols, Gains Lyman, 
Thomas Day, John M. Niles, Amariah Brigham, Grif- 
fin Stedman, William T. Lee. 

State Commissioners — His Excellency William W. 
Ellsworth, J. T.Norton. Esq., Leonard liebard, Esq. 

Visitors — Doctors George Sumner, Eli Ives, Thomas 
Miner, William S. Pierson, Edward P. Terry, Archi- 
bald Welch. 

Managers — James H. Wells, James Ward, John 
Olmsted. 

Female Visiters — Mrs. T. C. Brownell, Mrs. Henry 
Hudson, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. R. Watkinson, 
Mrs. G. Sumner, Mrs. John Olmsted. 

Amariah Brigham, M. D. Superintendent and Physi- 
cian. Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Chaplain. 



YOUNG MEN S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

William N. Matson, President. 

Vice Presidents — George G. Spencer, Elijah H. 
Owen. 

Corresponding Secretary — Richard G. Drake. 

Recording Secretary — Drayton Hillyer. 

Treasurer — Ezra Clark, Jr. 

Directors — Lorenzo Hamilton, Henry P. Averill, 
James L. Howard, Henry S. Humphrey, Henry H. 
Dickinson. 



SOCIETIES. 145 

YOUNG men's institute, NEW HAVEN. 

Henry White, President. 
Vice President — Alfred Walker. 
Recording Secretary — John P. Hamilton. 
Corresponding^ Secretary — Lucius A. Thomas. 
Treasurer — Francis Bradley. 

Directors — Charles B. Lines, George Rice, Timothy 
Wilcox, Charles Perkins. 



SOCIETIES, 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS. 

Silas Fuller, M. D., President. 
. Elijah Middlebrook, M. D., Vice President. 
Archibald Welch, M. D., Secretary. 
Luther Ticknor, M. D., Treasurer. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County. 
George O. Sumner — Denison H. Hubbard, M. D. — - 
Theodore Sill, M. D.— Edward Rowland, M. D.— Sam. 
uel B. Berresford, M. D. 

Nei.o Haven County. 
Jonathnn Knight, M. D.-^Joel Canfield, Anson Moo- 
dy— E. Huggins Bishop, M. D.— Wyllys Woodruff, 
M. D. 

NeiD London County. 

Joseph Comstock, M. D. — Lucius Tyler, M. D. — 
Nathaniel S. Perkins, M. D. — Joseph Durfey — Avery 
Downer, M. D. 

Middlesex County. 

Rufus Tarner, M. D.— G. H. Abernethy, M. D.— • 
Benjamin H. Catlin. 

Windham County. 
William Hutchins, M. D.— William Witter, M. D.— 



146 SOCIETIFS. 

Calvin Brumley, M. D. — Eleazor Litchfield — John H- 
Simmons, M. D. 

Litchfield County. 
Remus M. Fowler, M. D.— Manly Peters, M. D., 
Burritt B. North, M. D.— Myron Downs, M. D.— 
Gamaliel H. St Jolin. 

Fairfield Courtly. 
Rufus Blakeman, M. D. — George Blackman, Ezra 
P. Bennett, M. D. — Samuel Beach, M. D. — Jeremiah 
T. Denison, M.D. 

Tollavd Covnfy. 
Horatio Dow, M. D.— William H. Richardson, M, 
J). — Joseph C. Dow, 

STANDING COiMMlTTEES. 

Committee of Examination — Silas Fuller, m. d., ex 
officio, Thomas Miner, m. d., Luiher Dicknor, m. d., 
Dyer T. Brainard, m. u., Earl Swift, M. D., Jeremiah 
T, Denison, M. D. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical In- 
stitution of Yale College. — William S. Pierson, m. d., 
Sturges Bulkley, m. d , Isaac Goodsell, m. d., Joeiah 
G. Beckwith, m. d., Rufus Turner, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Fhy sir i an of the Retreat for 
the Insane. — Eli Ives, m. d., Eleazer B. Downing, m. 
p., Samuel W. Gold, m. d., Richard Warner, m. d., 
George Sumner, m. d. 



HOPKINS MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

President — Archibald Welch, M. D. 

Vice President — Amariah l^righam, M. D. 

Recording Secretary — Denison H. Hubbard, M. D. 

Corresponding Secretary — G. B. Hawley, M. D, 

Treasurer— Daniel Holt, M. D. 



MASONIC OtFJCERS. 

M. W. Dyer T. Brainerd, Grand Master. 
R. W. Aner Bradley, Deputy Grand Master. 

*• Henry Peck, Senior Grand Warden. 

•' Horace Goodwin, 2d, Junior Grand Warden. 

" Benjamin Beecher, Grand Treasurer. 

»* Eliphalet G. Storer, Grand Secretary. 



SOCIETIES. 147 

'GENERAL HOSriTAL SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Nathan Peck, President. 

W. W. Boardrnan, Vice President. 

Amos Townseiid, jr., Treasurer. 

E. If. Bisfiop, Secretary. 
William W. Boardnian, Auditor. 
John Skinner, Agent. 
Charles Hooker, Agent fur the United States Ma. 
yine IrJospital. 

Directors — Nathan Peck, Timothy P. Beers, Virgil 
M. Dow, John Skinner, John Beach, William W. 
Boardman, Henry Peck, Samuel Punderson, Charles 
Hooker, Jonathan Knight. 

Visiters — Wm. W. Boardman, Elias Gilbert, Fran. 
CIS B. VVinthrop, Benjamin Beecher, Samuel Punder- 
son, Timothy P. Beers. 

Physicians and Surgeons Eli Ives, Jonathan 

Knight, V. M. Dow, Charles Hooker, E. II. Bishop. 

Commissioners — Mis Excellency, William W. Ells- 
worth, John Skinner, Zebul Bradley. 



CONNECTICUT HfSTOiaCAL SOCIETY. 

Thomas Day, President. 

Vice Presidents— Prof. James L. Kingsley, New 
Haven; Rev. David D. Field, d. d., Haddam ; David 
S. Boardman, New Milford. 

Corre.'?ponding Secretary — Plenry Barnard, 2d, 

Recording Secretary — Charles Hosmer, 

Treasurer — James B. Hosmer. 

Standing Committee — R(;v. Leonard Bacon, Charles 
Davies, Nathan Johnson, Erastus Smith, Rev. George 
Burgess, E. Champion Bacon, Edward C. Herrick. 
Thomas Day, Chairman. Charles Hosmer, Clerk, 



HARTFORD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Olmsted, President. 
Vice Presidents — J. L. Comstock, Nathan Johnson 
J, P. Brace. 



148 SOCIETIES. 

Corresponding Secretary— W. W. Turner^ 
Treasurer — Samuel H. Parsons. 
Recording Secretary — Erastus Smith. 



OFFICERS OF THE YALE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

[Founded at New Haven, 1834.] 
Wiiiiam Tully, President. 
Council— B. SiUiman, Eli Ives, J. Knight, E. C. Her» 
rick. 

Secretary and Treasurer — B. SiUiman, jr. 
Librarian — E. C. Herrick. 



MUTUAL AID SOCIETY AT NEW HAVEN» 

Elijah Gilbert, jr., President. 

John K. Johnson, Vice President. 

Gardner Morse, Secretary. 

A fred Daggett, Treasurer. 

Standing Committee — William Jennings, Leverett 

Shepherd, Wm C. Janes, Abraham A. Thompson, 

James M. Mason, John W. Collins. 



HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Rev. C. A. Goodrich, President. 

Vice Presidents — Solomon Olmsted, Sidney Wads- 
worth. 

Gordis Spalding, Re2ording Secretary. 

Samuel H. Huntington, Corresponding Secretary. 

Harvey Seymour, Treasurer. 

Solomon Porter, Auditor. 

Chairmen of Committees 

David W. Grant, Viewing Committee. 

John T. Noiton, Committee of Inspection. 

Samuel T. Bartlett, Ploughing. 

Nathan Johnson, Domestic Manufactures. 

E. W. Bull, Agricultural Productions, and Seedsman. 

Committee of Publication — John L. Comstock, Ed- 
ward Goodwin, Gideon Welles* 



SOCIETIES. 149 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Professor JBcnjamin Silliman, President. 

Vice Presidents — Jared Bassett, Charles H. Pond, 
James D. Wooster, Joel Tuttle. 

Henry Wliitney, Recording Secretary. 

George Sherman, Assistant do. 

Alfred Blackman, Corresponding Secretary. 

R. S. Hinman, Assisiant do. 

Alfred S. Monson, Treasurer. 

George Sherman, Seedsman, 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in November. 



NEW HAVEN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Doct, Eli Ives, President. 

Vice Presidents — Doct. Alfred S. Monson, Prof, 
Charles IT. Shepard. 

Benjamin Silliman, jr., Corresponding Secretary. 

William T. Peters, m. d., Recording Secretary and 
Treasurer. 



LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

George Gillett J Esq., Surveyor General. 

DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 

County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 

*' New Haven, Noyes Darhng, New Haven. 

** New London, Isaac Gallup, of Preston. 

" Fairfield, Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 

'* Windham, Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 

" Litchfield, Wm. M. Burrall, Canaan. 

** Middlesex, Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

Receivers of money for the General Association, in 
their respective Associations. — Messrs. J. Bartlett, 
Northrop, J. Atwater, Swan, Arms, G. Hail, Perry, N« 
S. Hunt, W. W. Andrews, Lyman, and Hyde. 

Rev. S.H. Riddel, Treasurer. 



150 SOCIETIES. 

Trustees of the Everest Fund. — Rev. Allen McLean, 
Horace Cowles, Esq., Rev. Jairus Buit, and Benjamirv 
Ely, Esq. 

Trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecti* 
cut.— Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., Seth Terry, Esq., RevJ^ 
Noah Porter, d. d., flon. Elisha Stearns, Hon. Samue 
J.Hitchcock, Rev. Caleb J. ^'enney, d. d.. Rev. Timo- 
thy P. Gillette Rev. Alvan Bond, Thomas C. Perkins. 
Esq., Hon. Thomas S. Willirans, Rev. Horace Bush- 
nell, and Edward Goodwin, Esq. Francis Parsons, 
Esq., Treasurer. 

Directors of the Missionary Society of Connecticut 
Auxiliary to the American Home Missionary Society.— 
Rev. Thomas Punder-on, Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d.. 
Rev. Samuel Spring, Jonathan Barnes, Esq., Rev. 
Leonard Bacon, and Rev. Anson S. Atwood, 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d.. President. 
Vice Presidents — Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., John Hall^ 
Hon. T. S. Williams, Henry Hudson. 
Secretary — Edward Good vv in. 
Treasurer — James R. Woodbridge. 
Directors — Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev« 

C. J. Tenney, d. d.. Rev. S. Bartlett, E. Terry, Rev, 

D. Smith, D. D., Rev. H. Hooker, Rev. S. Spring, Rev. 
J. Bartlett, Elisha Hart, Rev. G. A. Calhoun, Rev. I. 
N. Sprague, B. Hudson, Rev. H. Bushnel!, J. B. Hos- 
mer, T. Day, Rev. O. E. Daggett, Rev. Joseph Law, 



CONN. BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. T. H. Galiaudet, President. 
David F. Robinson, Vice President. 
Charles Hosmer, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — Whiting H. Hollister, S. Andrus, D. Bur- 
gess, Thomas Smith. 

General Agent — Charles Hosmer. 



SOCIETIES. 151 

OFFICERS OF THE BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

Dea. Geori^e Road, President. 
Dea. Albert Day, Vice President. 
Rev. Henry Wocster, Corresponding Secretary. 
Rev. Russell Jennings, Recording Secretary. 
Dea. J. B. Gilbert, Treisiirer. 
Dea, Waterman Roberts, Auditor. 
Trustees — Rev. Messrs. W. Bentley^ Alva Gregory, 
. Addison Parker, N. E. Shailer, J. S. Eaton, Irenas At- 
^ins, Augustus Bolles, and Henry Bromley. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY'. 

President — Rev. James H. Linsley, Stratford. 

Vice Presidents — Rev. Gurdon Kobbins, Hartford, 
Rev, William Bentley, Wethersfield. 

Secretary — Rev. Henry Wooster, Deep River. 

Treasurer — Joseph W. Diraock, Hartford. 

Trustees — Joseph R. Hayden, Esq., Essex, Rev. J. 
S. Eaton, Albert Day, Esq., Hartford, Rev. Dwight 
Ives, Suffield, George Read, Esq., Deep River. 



OONNECTICUT BAPTIST SABBATH SCHOOL SOCIETY. 

Dea. Albert Day, President. 
Vice Presidents— Rev. N. Wildman, Rev. W. G. 
Miller, Rev. I. R. Steward. 

Rev. B. Cook, jr.. Secretary. 
J. VV. Dimock, Treasurer. 
Managers — A. Bolles, H. S. Havens, P. Brockett, 
A. Gates, N. A. Read, A. Gregory, W. Roberts, H. R. 
Knapp, E. Denison, Wm. Dickens. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST BIBLE SOCIETY. 
Rev. A. Parker, President. 
Vice Presidents— Rev. W. G. Miller, Rev. G. B. 
Atwell, Rev. N. Wildman. 

Rev. H. Miller, S^ecretary. 
Dea. Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 
Trustees — E. Loomis, J. S. Eaton, D. T. Shailer, 
I. Atkins, B. Cook, jr. S. Shailer, F. Wightman, F, 
Darrow, W. Bentley, O. Allen. 



152 ' SOCIETIES. 

BAPTIST GENERAL TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. Wm. Denison, President. 
Vice Presidents — Rev. H. R. Knapp, Rev. E. C. Am- 
bler. 

Rev. J. J. Woolsey, Secretary. 
J. W. Dimock, Treasurer. 
Dea. J. B. Gilbert, Auditor. 
Trustees — T. C. Teasdale, A. Gregory, W. Mont- 
gomery, P. Barnum, W. G. Miller, and D. G. Haynes* 



CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 

Rt. Rev. T. G. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. ex-off. President. 

Board of Education — Rev. Silas Totten, d. d., Thos, 
Belknap, William T. Lee, Dudley Buck, Zephaniah 
Preston, Isaac Toucey, Denison Morgan, Lemuel 
Humphrey, Esqrs. 

Rev. George Burgess, Secretary. 

James M. Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 



DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE P. 
E. CHURCH. 

Composed of all baptized persons in communion 
with that church. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d., 'ex-officio 
President. 

Remaining Bishops, with thirty others chosen tri- 
annually, and such as were made pairons before 1829, 
compose the Board of Missions. 

Rev. Peter Van Pelt, Philadelphia, Secretary. 



GENERAL PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. 

Rt. Rev.. A. V. Griswold, d. d., ex-officio President* 
Other Bishops, Vice Presidents. 
John W. Mitchell, Treasurer. 
Rev. Benjamin 0. Peers, Secretary. 
Depository, 28 Ann St. New York. 



SOCIETIES. 153 

EPISCOPAL CONVENTIONAL MEETINGS. 

Convention of Connecticut meets annually, 2d Tues- 
day in June. Rev. E. E, Bcardsley, Secretary. 

General Convention of Protestant Episcopal Church 
meets tri-annually, at such time and place as are fixed 
upon at the preceding meeting. Meets next at New 
York, October, 1841. 

Bird Wilson, d. d.. Secretary of the House of Bish- 
ops. 

Henry Anthon, [d. d.. Secretary of the House of 
Delegates. 



STANDING COMMITTEE OP THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN CONNECTICUT. 

Rev. Harry Croswell,D. d., Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis' 
D. D. LL. D., Rev. George Burgess, Rev. Frederick Hol- 
comb, D. D., Rev. William C. Mead, d. d. 



COMMITTEE FOR DOMESTIC MISSIONS. 

Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d., Chairman. 
Rev. Lot Jones, Rev. John McVickar, d. d., Rev. 
William Richmond, Rev. William R. Whittingham, d. 
D., D. A. Cushman, Murray Hoffman, G. C. Morgan, 
B. L. Woolley. 

Office 115 Franklin st. New York. 
Rev. James D. Carder, Secretary and General Agent. 
Jas. Swords, Esq. 152 Broadv/ay, N, Y. Treasurer. 



COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d. Chairman. 

Rev. Benj. C. Cutler, d. d , Rev. M. Eastburn, d. d., 
Rev. James Milnor, d. d.. Rev. John M. Forbes, Lewis 
Curtis, J. F. De Peyster, H. J. Seaman, F. S. Winston. 

Office No. 114 White st. New York. 
John A. Vaughan, d. d.. Secretary and General Agent. 
Charles J. Aldis, Bank of America, N. Y., Treasurer. 



154 COMMON SCHOOLS. 

Heport of the 'Board of Commissioners of 

Common Schools. May^ 1840. 

Number of School Societies, . - - - 213 
Number of School Districts, .... 1,632 
iNumber of children over 4 and under 16, - 85,322 
Number of scholars of all ages in the district 

schools, 70,000 

Number under 4 years, . . - . - 1,100 
Number over 16 years, . - - - - 5,000 
Average daily attendance, - - . . 55,000 
Average length of school, ... 35 weeks. 
Number of teachers in summer and winter . I 

, , S Males, 1,600 j 

schools, - - - - S -r^ 1 1 /tOA 

' \ Females, 1,4U0 j 

Naniber of teachers employed at any one time, \ 

about - . 1,700 j 

Average wages per month and "board 

, „ \ Males, S17.50 1 

'^""^' - - ' ' \ Females, f 8.69 ; 
Average wages per month and board 

, , S Males, S23.50 

themselves, - - - j Females, $13.00 " 
Amount of dividends of School Fund, to pay the 

wages of teachers only, - - - $104900 
Amount of dividends of Town Deposite Fund, $33,000 
Amount of do. local Fund, . - $;7,000 

Amount raised by tax on the scholar to pay wages 

of teacher, . - - - - ^18,000 

Estimated number of children in private 

schools, 12,000 

Estimated e^xpense of do. for tuition, - $100,000 
Estimated number of children in no school, - 8,000 



The following is the aggregate of the different kinds 
of books used in the common schools. 

12 in Spelling.— 67 in Reading.— 25 in Arithmetic. 
—16 in Geography.— 10 in Grammar.— 22 in History. 
—6 in Natural Philosophy.— 5 in Astronomy.— 2 in 
Chemistry. — 33 in other Branches, 



SCHOOL FUiND. 155 

The Capital of the School Fund as stated in the present 

Commissioner's first Report to the Legislature in 

182G, was $1,719,434 24 

Amount as reported in 1828, 1,877,615 10 

18;39, 1,882,201 GS 

1831, N 1,902.957 87 

« * 1833, 1,929,738 50 

1835, 2,019,920 89 

1837, 2,027,402 49 

1838, 2,028,531 20 
1840, 2,040,228 74 

And is invested as follows : 
1. Iti debts secured by mortgage 

in Connecticut, $652,32^ 4G 

in New York, 613,G08 42 

in Massachusetts, 230,475 69 

in Ohio, 167,834 16 

in Vermont, 4,268 69 



2. In Bank Stock in Connecticut, 

3. In cultivated lands and 
buildings ill Massachusetts, 46,606 00 

in Connecticut, 24,672 Od 

in New York, 14,443 00 

in Ohio, 7,044 00 



-1,668,515 42 
220,700 00 



In wild lands in Ohio, 

in New York, 
in Vermont, 



26,235 00 

11,884 00 
12,100 00 



92,765 00 



50,219 00 
275 00 
7,754 32 



^2,040,228 74 



5. In stock on farms, 

6. Cash in the Treasury, 

Total, 

Within the last eleven years the annual dividends 
have increased from 85 cents to $1, 25 to each child. 
In the year ending March, 1829, they were Ǥ0,85 

In the years endmg March, 183 ), '31,' & '32, *' 90 

1835, 1,00 

1836, 1,05 

1837, 1,15 
183S, 1,20 
1839 and 1840, 1,25 



156 VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 

VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 





HARTFORD COUNTY 






1839. 




H 


^ 


^ 


hj 


o 


o 


03 




cc 


pi 

W 


• 


: 


Hartford, 


1156 


659 


174 


Avon, 


143 


26 


5 


Berlin, 


336 


307 


11 


Bristol, 


263 


200 




Burlington, 


130 


86 


6 


Bloomfield, 


122 


94 


2 


Canton, 


202 


124 


3 


E. Hartford, 


227 


212 


1 


E. Windsor, 


410 


245 


12 


Enfield, 


253 


147 


5 


Farmington, 


223 


120 


7 


Glastenbury, 


209 


294 


12 


Granby, 


197 


246 


23 


Hartland, 


83 


100 




Manchester, 


186 


146 


9 


Marlboro', 


87 


58 


3 


Simsbury, 


164 


141 


35 


Southington, 


181 


194 




Suffield, 


164 


216 


78 


Wethersfield, 


323 


296 




Windsor, 


180 


174 


59 



1840, 



5239 4085 445 6047 4684 

Ellsworth's majority over ]Nfiles,1363. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 
New Havexn, 1129 836 31 
Bethany, 57 152 8 

Branford. 81 162 

Cheshire, 154 179 8 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



157 



Derby, 


239 


247 


13 


East Haven, 


173 


79 




Guilford, 


218 


J99 


1 


Hamden, 


89 


198 


8 


Madison, 


182 


139 




Meriden, 


152 


189 


34 


Middlebury, 


105 


4! 


1 


Milford, 


354 


80 




N. Branford, 


101 


101 


2 


North Haven, 


121 


159 


5 


Orange, 


130 


79 




Oxford, 


173 


195 


10 


Prospect, 


63 


64 




Southbury, 


139 


164 


7 


Wallingford, 


178 


222 


14 


Waterbury, 


348 


350 


1 


Woodbridge, 


114 


93 




Wolcott, 


73 


88 


1 



4403 4016 144 

Ellsworth's majority over Niles, 788, 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
New London, 322 335 5 



Norwich, 


551 


399 


4 


Bozrah, 


92 


85 




Colchester, 


176 


117 




*East Lyme, 








Franklin, 


87 


99 




Griswold, 


157 


92 


3 


Groton, 


144 


205 


1 


Lebanon, 


200 


188 


1 


Ledyard, 


107 


146 


1 


Lisbon, 


89 


89 




Lyme, 


274 


252 


12 


Montville, 


155 


88 


6 


N. Stonington, 


89 


252 




Preston, 


158 


144 


1 


*New town. 





310 


182 


174 


91 


257 


215 


115 


210 


202 


158 


158 


203 


112 


42 


396 


83 


102 


105 


149 


157 


136 


83 




8m 


72 


63 


131 


158 


188 


228 


398 


380 


116 


83 


65 


95 


4781 


3993 


385 


326 


603 


392 


110 


89 


202 


143 


122 


88 


96 


93 


174 


99 


141 


210 


220 


222 


133 


152 


110 


98 


226 


191 


176 


J 10 


136 


221 


167 


152 



158 


VOTES FOR GOVERNOI?. 


Salem, 


94 87 


Stonington, 


2,58 207 


Walerford, 


146 188 



3099 2973 35 
Ellsworth's majority over Niles, 503. 



3569 3066 





FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 






FairfielDj 


256 


191 


8 


320 


179 


Danbury, 


426 


404 


1 


476 


458 


Bridgeport, 


338 


30 [ 


11 


440 


301 


Brookfield, 


109 


153 


4 


143 


156 


Darien, 


50 


70 


£5 


114 


68 


Greenwich, 


257 


256 


4 


306 


315 


Huntington, 


96 


149 




111 


140 


Monroe, 


78 


158 


4 


91 


190 


Kew Canaan, 


16i 


150 


8 


201 


189 


New Fairfield, 


, 75 


84 


5 


101 


104 


Newtown, 


268 


3!9 


2 


310 


309 


Norwalk, 


320 


172 


11 


415 


188 


Reading, 


179 


124 




202 


126 


Ridgeheld, 


219 


179 




251 


157 


Stamford, 


327 


183 




358 


^24 


Sherman, 


55 


97 




59 


116 


Stratford, 


176 


139 


10 


193 


155 


Trumbull, 


116 


122 




141 


139 


Weston, 


147 


189 




188 


223 


Wilton, 


188 


128 




209 


123 


V/estport, 


127 


132 


7 


162 


125 



3960 3700 100 
Ellsworth's majority over Niles, 785. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



4791 4006 



Litchfield, 


440 


403 




Barkhamsted, 


185 


102 


5 


Bethlem, 


80 


85 


1 


Canaan, 


176 


225 


3 


Colebrook, 


94 


132 


13 


Cornwall, 


169 


135 


9 


Goshen, 


177 


103 




Harwinton, 


158 


71 


1 



349 437 

193 137 
no meeting, 

198 228 

96 145 

200 172 

190 100 

146 97 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



Kent, 


136 


174 


13 


New Hartford, 


206 


100 


10 


New Milford, 


386 


3^8 


12 


Norfolk, 


136 


l(i8 


1 


Plymouth, 


233 


188 




Roxbury, 


77 


119 




Salisbury, 


162 


175 


5 


Sharon, 


183 


187 


6 


Torrington, 


197 


123 


11 


Warren, 


71 


78 




Washington, 


156 


1 18 


4 


Watertown, 


17L 


111 


1 


Winchester, 


175 


147 


18 


Woodbury, 


16i) 


201 


3 



3928 3503 116 
Ellsworth's majority over Niles, 493. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 



Tolland, 


116 


126 


37 


Bolton, 


61 


69 


21 


Columbia, 


55 


91 




Coventry, 


189 


155 


10 


Ellington, 


133 


84 


2 


Hebron, 


172 


151 


27 


Mansfield, 


183 


174 


t;7 


Somers, 


140 


120 


3 


Stafford, 


206 


229 


26 


Union, 


76 


60 




Vernon, 


184 


55 


1 


Willington, 


141 


88 


10 



1655 1402 174 
Ellsworth's majority 'DverNiles, 



392. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

BROOFiLYN, 149 99 

Ashford, 232 204 8 

Canterbury, 161 130 

Chaplin, 74 88 6 

Hampton, 66 132 8 



159 

183 189 
221 101 
412 401 

168 99 

270 222 

77 130 

224 240 

245 211 

214 119 

74 82 

171 168 

184 105 
196 174 
159 220 

4270 3777 



174 145 

73 85 

56 112 

220 173 

143 10] 

196 152 

245 185 

161 139 

259 246 

76 71 

199 58 

157 100 

1959 1567 



165 108 

283 213 

186 J31 

90 83 

91 123 



160 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



Killingly 261 


234 




329 278 


Plainfield, 165 


149 




205 180 


Pomfret, 170 


136 




201 182 


Sterling, 90 


95 I 




96 106 


Thompson, 254 


231 




319 323 


Voluntown, 65 


111 




76 121 


Windham, 247 


261 20 




297 315 


Woodstock, 306 


254 7 




343 252 


2241 


2124 50 




2686 2416 


Ellsworth's majority over Niles 


270. 




MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 




Mid'town, 546 


569 




641 593 


Chatham, 202 


384 3 




214 370 


Chester, 82 


115 




83 107 


Clinton, ^ 126 


88 




148 67 


Durham, 114 


106 8 




132 134 


E.Haddam, 255 


220 1 




272 215 


Haddam, 233 


289 




248 265 


Kiilingworth, 63 


172 




63 160 


Saybrook, 435 


301 9 




456 342 


2056 2244 21 




2257 2273 


Niles' majority over Ellsworth, 


16. 




RECAP1TULATI0^ 


' OF Votes for Governor. 




Ellsn'oiiJi. 


Niles. 


Scat. 


Hartford County, 


6047 


4684 


51 


New Haven " 


478 L 


3993 


36 


Fairfield " 


4791 


4006 


1 


New London " 


3568 


3066 


11 


Litchfield " 


4270 


3777 


13 


Tolland 


1959 


1567 


4 


Windham " 


2686 


2416 


5 


Middlesex " 


2257 


2273 


12 




30360 


25782 


133 




25782 







Ellsworth's majority. 4578 



GOVERNORS. 161 

GOVERNORS 

Of the several states and Territories, 

Maine, John Fairfield.— N. Hampshire, John Page. 
— Vermont, S. H. Jennison. — Massachusetts, John 
Davis. — Rhode Island, S. W. King. — Connecticut 
Wm. W, Ellsworth.— New York, Wm. H. Seward.— 
New Jersey,'*' W. Pennington. — Pennsylvania, David 
R.Porter. — Delav/are, C. P. Comegys. — Maryland, W. 
Grason. — Virginia,* Thomas W. Gilmer. — N. Caro- 
lina, J. Moorhead.— S. Carolina,* B. K. Hennegan, 
— Georgia, C. F. McDonald. — Alabama, Arthur P. 
Bagby. — Mississippi, — A. G. McNutt. — Louisiana, A. 
B. Roman. — Tennessee, James K. Polk. — Kentucky, 

R. P. Letcher. — -Ohio, T. Corwin. — Indiana, 

Bigger. — Illinois, Thomas Carlin, — Missouri, L. W. 
Boggs. — Arkansas, James S. Conway — Michigan, W, 
Woodbridge. 

Territories — Florida, Robert R. Reid. — Wisconsin, 
Henry Dodge. — Iowa, Robert Lncas. 

*In the States marked with a star, the Governors are 
elected by the Legislature, and in the others by the 
people. 

The Governors of Territories are appointed by the 
President and Senate of the United States. 



UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 

EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT. 

- MARTIN VAN BUREN, Presidexvt. 
Salary l|^25,000, per annum. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, Vice President. 
Salary, ^5,000 per annum. 

THE CABINET. 

John Forsyth, Secretary of State, $6,000 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Treasury, 6,000 

Joel R. Poinsett, Secretary of War, 6,000 

James K. Paulding, Secretary of the Navy, 6,000 
11 



162 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

John M. Niles, Postmaster-General, 6,000 

Henry D. Gilpin, Attorney-General, 4,000 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

John Forsyth, Secretary. Salary per annum, ,$6,000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary, f 6,000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3,500 

Albion K. Parris, Second Comptroller, 3,000 

Jesse Miller, First Auditor, 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3,000 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 3,000 

Aaron O. Dayton, Fourth Auditor, 3,000 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, 3,000 

William Selden, Treasurer, 3,000 

Thomas L. emith, Register, 3,000 

Matthew Birch, Solicitor, ' 3,500 

Henry D. Gilpin, Attorney General, 3,500 

James L. Whitcomb, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 
Hudson M. Gardner, Rec. Gen. Land Office. 
Samuel Mc Roberts, Solicitor General Land Office. 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents, 3,000 
Robert M. Patterson, Director of the Mint. 
Charles K. Gardner, Auditor of the Post-Office. 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Joel R. Poinsett, Secretary. ,^6,000 

Adjutant GencraVs Office. 
Roger Jones Brigadier and Adjutant General. 

Paymaster General's Office. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 

Ordnance Department. 
George Bumford, Colonel. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, Brigadier Gener^^l. 

Quarter Master Gencrj,l's Office, 
T. S. Jessup, B. G. and Q. M. G. 



SENATORS. 163 

Office of Indian Affairs, 
T. H. Crawford, Commissioner. $6,003 

Navy Department. 
J, K. Paulding, Secretary. 6,C03 

I03T OFFICE DEPAHTME^T. 

John M. Niles, Post Master General. 

PENSION AGENT IN CONNECTICUT. 

Alexander H. Pomroy, Hartford. 



LIST OF THE UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

Richard M. Johnson of Kentucky, President of the 
Senate. 



Asbury Dickens, 
Maine. 
John Ruggles, 
Ruel Williams, 

JS'ew li am f shire, 
Plenry Hubbard, 
Franklin Pierce, 

Vermont. 
Samuel Prentiss, 
Samuel S. Phelps, 

Massachusetts. 
(Vacancy) 
Daniel Webster, 

Rhode Island. 
Nehe. R. Knight, 
Nathan F. Dixon, 

Connecticut. 
Perry Smith, 
J. W. Huntington, 
New York. 
Silas Wright, jr., 
N. P. Talmadge, 



Secretary. 



1841 
1843 

1841 



1843 
1845 



1845 

1841 
1845 

1843 
1845 

1843 

1845 



Salary $3,000, 
New Jersey. 
Garrett D. Wall, 
S. L. Southard, 

Pennsylvania. 
James Buchanan, 
1843 j Daniel Sturgeon, 
Delaware* 
Thomas Clayton, 
(Vacancy.) 
Maryl ind. 
Wm. D. Merrick, 
(Vacancy.) 
Virginia. 
Wm, H. Roane, 
(Vacancy,) 
North Carolina. 
Willie P. Mangum, 
Win. A. Graham, 

South Carolina. 
John C. Calhoun, 
Win, C. Preston, 



1841 
1845 

1843 

1845 

1841 



1845 



1841 



18 [7 
1843 

1847 
1843 



164 


SENATORS. 




Georgia. 




Ohio. 




Wileon Lumpkin, 


1841 


William Allen, 


1843 


Alfred Cuthbert, 


1843 


Benjamin Tappan, 


1845 


Alabama, 




Indiana, 




Wm. R. King, 


1847 


Oliver H. Smith, 


1843 


Clement C. Clay, 


1843 


Albert S. White, 


1845 


Mississippi, 




Illinois. 




R. J. Walker, 


1841 


J. M. Robinson, 


1841 


J. Henderson, 


1845 


Richard M. Young, 


1843 


Louisiana. 




Missouri, 




R.C.Nicholas, 


1841 


Lewis F. Linn, 


1843 


Alex. Mouton, 


1843 


Th. H.Benton, 


1845 


Tennessee. 




Michigan. 




Alex. Anderson, 


1841 


John Norvell, 


1841 


Felix Grundy, 


1845 


Augustus A. Porter, 


1845 


Kentucky. 




Arkansas. 




John J. Crittenden, 


1841 


William S.Fulton, 


1847 


Henry Clay, 


1843 


Ambrose H. Sevier, 


1845 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert M. T. Hunter, of Virginia, Speaker. 
Hugh A. Garland, Clerk. Salary §3,000. 
Maine. 
Hugh J. Anderson, Nathan Clifford, Thomas Davee, 
George Evans, Joshua A. Lowell, Virgil D. Paris, 
BeJajamin Randall, Albert Smith. 8. 
New Ha nip shire. 
Charles G. Atherton, Edmund Burke, Ira A. East- 
man, Tristram Shaw, Jared W. Williams. 5. 
Vermont. 
Horace Everett, Isaac Fletcher, Hiland Hall, Will- 
iam Slade, John Smith. 5. 

Massachusetts* 
John Quincy Adams, O^myn Baker, George N. 
Briggs, Wm. B. Calhoun, Caleb Gushing, Wm. S. 
Hastings, Robert C. Winthrop, Levi Lincoln, Wm. 
Parmenter, John Reed, Leverett Saltonstall, Henry 
Williams. 12. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 165 

Rhode Island, 
Robert B. Cranston, Jos. L. Tillinghast. 2. 

Connecticut, 
Joseph Trumbull, William W. Boardman, Thomas 
W. Williams, Thomas B. Osborne, Truman Smith, 
John H. Brockway. 6. 

New York. 
Judson Allen, Daniel D. Barnard, David P. Brew- 
ster, Thomas C. Chi.tenden, John C. Clark, Edward 
Curtiss, Araasa Dana, Andrew W. Doig, Nehemiah H. 
Earl, John Ely, Millard Fillmore, John Fine, John D. 
Floyd, Seth M. Gates, Francis Granger, Moses H. 
Grinnell, Augustus C. Hand, Ogden Hoffman, Hiram 
P. Hunt, Thomas B. Jackson, Charles Johnson, Nathan- 
iel Jones, Gouverneur Kemble, Thomas Kempshall, 
S. B. Leonard, Meredith Mallory, Richard P. Marvin, 
Charles F. Mitchell, James Monroe, J. De la Montague, 
Christopher Morgan, Rufus Palen, Luther C. Peck, 
John H. Prentiss, Edward Rogers, David Russell, 
Theron R. Strong, Aaron Vanderpoel, Peter J. Wag- 
ner, Nicholas B. Doe. 40. 

New Jersey, 
William R. Cooper, Philemon Dickerson, Joseph 
Kille, Joseph F. Randolph, Daniel B. Ryall, Peter D. 
Vroom. 6. 

Pennsylvania. 
William Beatty, Richard Biddle, James Cooper, Ed- 
ward Davies, John Davis, John Edwards, Joseph For- 
nance, John Galbraith, James Gerry, R. H. Hammond, 
Thomas Henry, Enos Hook, Francis James, George 
M. Keim, Isaac Leet, George McCuUoch, Albert G. 
Marchand, Samuel W. Morris, Charles Naylor, Peter 
Newhard, Charles Ogle, Lemuel Paynter, David Pet- 
rikin, Charles McClure, John Sargeant, William Sim. 
onton, George W. Tolland, David D. Wagener, 28. 
Delaware, 
Thomas Robinson. \, 

Maryland* 
James Carol!, John Dennis, Solomon Hillen, jr., 



166 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Daniel Jenifer, William Cost Johnson, Francis Thom- 
as, Philip F. Thomas, J. T. H. Worthington. 8. 
Virginia. 

Linn Banks, x\ndrew Beirne, John M. Botts, Walter 
Coles, Robert Craig, Geo. C. Dromgoole, James Gar- 
land, William L. Goggin, John T. Hill, , 

George W. Hopkins, R. M. T. Hunter, Joseph John- 
son, John W. Jones, William Lucas, VVm M. McCarty, 
P'rancis E. Rives, Samuel B. Green, Lewis Steinrod, 
John Taliaferro, Henry A. Wise. 21 . 
North Carolina. 

Jesse A. Bynum, Heary W. Conner, Edmund Deber- 
ry, Charles Fisher, James Graham, Micajah T.Haw- 
kins, John Hill, James McKay, William Montgomery, 
Kenneth Rayner, Charles Shepard, Edward Stanly, 
Lewis Williams. 13. 

South Carolina. 
Samson H. Butler, John Campbell, John K. Griffin, 
Isaac E. Holmes, Francis W. Pickens, R. Barnwell 
Rhett, James Rogers, Thomas D. Sumpter, Waddy 
Thompson, jr. 9. 

Georgia. 
Julius C. Alford, Edward J. Black, Walter T. Col- 
quitt, Mark A. Cooper, William C. Dawson, R. W. 
Habersham, Thomas Butler King, Eugenius A. Nisbet, 
Lott Warren. 9. 

j^laha77ia, 
Reuben H, Chapman, George W. Crabb, James Dil- 
lett, David Hubbard, Dixon H. Lewis. 5. 
Mississippi. 
Albert J. Brown. Jacob Thompson. 2. 
Louisiana. 

Thos. W. Chinn, Edward D. White, Moore. 3. 

Arkansas, 
Edward Cross. 1. 

Tennessee. 
John Bell, Julius W. Blackwell, Aaron V. Brown, 
William B, Campbell, William B. Carter, John W. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 167 

Crockett, Meredith P. Gentry, Cave Johnson, Abraham 
McClellan, Hopkins L. Turney, Harvey M. Waterson, 
Charles K. Williams, Joseph L. Williams. 13. 
KentucJcT/, 

John B. Thompson, L. W. Andrews, Lynn Boyd, 
William O. Butler, Garret Davis, Wm. J. Graves, Wil- 
lis Green, Richard Hawes, John Pope, Philip Triplett, 
J. Underwood, John White, Sherrod Williams. 13. 
Ohio. 

John W. Allen, Wm. Key Bond, William Doane, 
Alexander Duncan, Joshua R. Giddings, Patrick G, 
Goode, John Hastings, D. P. Leadbetter, Samson Ma- 
son, William Medill, Calvary Morris, Isaac Parish, Jo- 
seph Ridgeway, D. A Starkweather, Henry Swearin. 
gen, George Sweny, Jonathan Taylor, John B. Weller, 
Jeremiah Morrow. 19. 

Michigan. 

Isaac E. Crary. 1. 

Indiana. 

John Carr, John W. Davis, George H. Proffit, James 
Rariden, Thomas Smith, Wm. W. W^ick, Henry S. 
Lane. 7. 

Illinois, 
Zadock Casey, John Reynolds, John T. Stuart. ^. 

Missouri. 
John Jameson, John Miller. 2. 

TERRITOHIES. DELEGATE1. 

Florida. 
Charles Downing. 1. 

Wisconsin. 
James D. Doty. 1. 

Iowa. 
Wm. W. Chapman. L 



168 -" JUDICIARY, &C„ 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in January 
annually, 

Roger B.Taney, CniefJuslice, salary, ^5,000 

Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

do. 4,500 

H. D. Gilpin, Attorney General, do. 4,000 

Richard Peters, jr., Reporter of Decisions, 1,000 
Wm. T. Garro 11, Clerk, Salary, Fees of office. 
Jchn Hunter, Marshall. 



S. Thompson, 


do. 


John McLean, 


do. 


Henry Baldwin, 


do. 


James M.Wayne, 


do. 


Philip P. Barbour, 


do. 


William Catron, 


do. 


John M'Kinley, 


do. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday, 
April, Circuit — New Haven, last Wednesday. 

May, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4ih Tuesday. 
September, Circuit — Hartford, 17th day.* 
November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday, 



*When the day occurs on Sunday, the session commences on 
the following Monday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge. Wm. S. Hollabird, At- 
torney. Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. N. Wilcox, 
Marshall. Erastus Osborn, New Haven, Deputy 
Marshall. , 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

N ew London — Charles F. Lester, Col.; Elijah Ames, 



JUDICIARY, &C., 169 

Dtp.; John French, Surveyor; Thomas Mussey, Ins.; 
Benjamin Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stonington. 

Middletown— Noah A. Phelps, Col.; L Hubbard, 
Dep. and Insp. ; Dan. Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown; 
Wm. Willard, do. Saybrook ; John Russell, Surveyor 
and Inspector, Hartford. 

New Haven— Wm. H. Ellis, Col ; W. Durand, Sur.; 
Eli Mix, .John Graham, W. Myers, Henry Ward, Noyes 
Darling, New Haven ; Charles Elliott, Guilford and 
Madison ; D. B Leeie, Branford and Sachem's Head ; 
Alfred Mallett, Milford and Derbv, Insp'^ctors. 

Fairfield— S. Simmons, Col., D. B. Nichols, Ins. 



REVENUE CUTTERS. 



Wolcott, Connecticut; Andrew Mather, Captain. 
Vig-ilant, Rhode Island ; H. N. Tracy, 1st Lieut. Cum't. 
Rush, from New Yerk to Nev/ Haven ; Wiiliam W. 
Polk, Captain. 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Ministers Cliarge des Affaires, ^c. ^-c. cf the Uuiied 

States in foreign countries. 

England. — Andrew Stevenson, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. Theodore S. Fay, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

France. — Lewis Cass, Minister Plenipotentiary. — 
Charles E. Anderson, Secretary of Legation. 

Austria. — -Henry A. Muhlenberg, ivluiister Plenipo- 
tentiary. 

Prussia. — Henry Wheiton, ?»Iinister. 

Constantinople. — David Porter, JX'jinister. 

Portugal. — Edward Kavanagh, Charge d'Affaires. 

Holland. — Hermanus Bleeker, Charge d'Affaires. 

Belgium. — Virgil D. Maxey, Charge d'Affaires. 

Sweden and Norway — Christopher Hughes, Charge 
d^^ffaires. 

Denmark. — John F. Woodside, Charge d'Affaires. 

Mexico. — Powhattan Ellis. 



170 ARMY LIST. 

Brazil.— William Hunter, Charge d'Affaires. 
Texas. — George H. Flood, Charge d'Affaires. 
Central America. — John L. Stephens, Minister. 
Pernambuco. — Joseph Ray, Consul. 
Chili. — Richard Pollard, Charge d'Affaires. 
Peru. — James C. Pickett, Charge d'Affaires. 
Greece. — James AVilkin, Consul, Syria Island. 
Morocco. — Thomas N. Carr, Consul. 
Two Sicilies. — Enos T. Throop. 
Sandwich Islands. — John C. Jones, Commercial 
Agent. 

New Grenada. — James Temple, Com. Agent. 



Ministers, Charge des Affaires, ^c. cj-c. of Foreign 
Powers, in the United States. 

France. — M. Edward Poniais, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. George Krehmer, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

Great Britain.— Henry Stephen Fox, Envoy Extra- 
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. Chas. Bank- 
head, Esq., Secretary of Legation. 

Spain.— D. A. C. Calderon, Envoy Extraordinary. 

Russia. — M. Bodisco, Pvlinister. M. Smirnove, At- 
tache. 

Austria. — Baron de Lederer, Consul General. 

Prussia. — Baron de Roennd, Minister. 

Portugal. — Joaquin Cesar de Figamere e Morao, 
Charge d'Affaires and Consul General. 

Denmark. — Stein Anderson Eille, Charge dAffaires. 

Sweden and Norway. — Chevalier S. Lorich, Consul 
General and Charge d'Affaires. 

Sardinia. — Auguste Avogadro de Colobian, 



ARMY LIST. 



Alexander Macomb, Major-general, comm'g the army- 
Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
Winfield Scott, brigadier gen. maj. gen. brevet. 
Roger Jones, brigadier and adjutant general. 
Thomas S. Jessup, brigadier gen. and qr, master gen. 



NAVy LIST. 171 

Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 
> Col. John J3. Wool, inspector gen. brig. gen. brev. 
Coi. George Croghan, inspector general. 
Major Henry Whiting, quarter master, lieut. col. brev. 
Major Truman Cross, quarter master, lieut. col. brev. 
Major Henry Stanton, quarter master. 
Gen. Nathan Towson, pay master general. 
Calender Irvine, com. gen. of purchases. 



NAVY LIST. 
COMMISSIONERS OF THE NAVY. 

Isaac Chauncey, President — Charles Morris, Alex- 
ander S. Wadsworth. 

Capiaiiis. — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Isaac 
Hull, Isaac Chauncey, Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, 
Lewis Warrington, \Villiam M. Crane, James Bidd'e, 
Charles S. Ridgeley, John Dowlcp, Jesse D. Elliott, 
Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alexander S. Wads- 
worth, George C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, Sam- 
uel Woodhouse, E. P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, 
John B. Nicholson, Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap Cates- 
by Jones, William C. Bolton, William^ B. Shubrick, 
Alexander Claxton, C. W. Morgan, Lawrence Kear- 
ney, Foxhall A. Parker, Edward R. McCall, Daniel 
Turner, David Conner, John Gallagher, Thomas H. 
Stevens, Wm. M. Hunter, John D. 81oat, Matthew C. 
Perry, Charles W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Joseph 
Smith, Lawrence Rosseau, George W. Storer, Beverly 
Kennon, Edward R. Shubrick, Francis H. Gregory, 
John II. Clack, P. F. Voorhees, jjenjamin Cooper, I). 
Geisinger, R. S. Stockton, Is^^.ac McKeever, J. P. 
Zantzinger, W. D. Salter, C. S. McCauley, T. M. New- 
ell, E. A. F. Valette, W. A. Spencer, T. T. Webb, 
John Percival, J. H. Aulick, W. V.Taylor, B. Dulany. 
62. 

Commanders. — Silas H. Stringham, Isaac Mayo, W. 
illiam K. Latimer, William Mervine, Thomas Ciabb, 
Edward B. Babbit, James Armstrong, Jos. Smoot, Thos. 
Paine, Sam'l L. Breeze, Benj. Page, jr. John Guinn, 
Thomas W. Wyman, Andrew Fitshugh, Abraham S. 



172 NAVY LrST. 

Teneick, Hiram Pauldirg, Jonathan D. Williamson, 
Uriah P. Levy, Charles Boarman, French Forrest, Wm. 
J. Belt, W. Jameson, Wm. Boerum, Charles L.William, 
son, Chas. Gauiitt, William Ramsay, Ralph Voorhees, 
S. W. Henry Henry, Downing, Henry W. Ogden, E. 
Ridge way, T. A. Conover, John C. Long, John H. Gra- 
ham, J. Mcintosh, Josiah Tattnall, Hugh N. Page, 
William Innman, Stephen Champlin, Joel Abbott, L. 
E. Simonds, J. M. Dale, H. H. Cocke, Wm. J. Me- 
Cluney, John B. Montgomery, Horace B. Sawyer, C. 
K. Stribling, Joshua R. Sands, John J. Young, C. H. 
Bell. 



The Navy of the United Staves consists of the follow^- 

ing vessels and force. 

Ships of the Line. 

Frarklin, 74 guns — Washington, 74 — Columbus, 74 
— Ohio, 80 — North Carolina, 80 — Delaware, 80 — Ala- 
bama, 80— Vermont, 80 — Virginia, 80 — Pennsylvania, 
120— Mew York, 80. 

Irrigates, 1st Class. 

Independence Razee, 54 guns — United States, 44 — 
Constitution, 44 — Guerrier, 44 — Java, 44 — Potomac, 
44— Brandy wine, 44 — Hudson, 44— Santee, 44 — Cum- 
berland, 44 — Sabine, 44 — Savannah, 44 — Rarritan, 44 
— Columbia, 44 — St. Lawrence, 44. 
Frhj^ales, 2(1 Class. 

ConstelatioUj 31 guns — Macedonian, 36. 
Sloops of War. 

John Adam^, 20 guns — Boston, 20 — Lexington, 20 — 
Vinccnncs, 20 — Warren 20 — Natchez, 20 — Falmouth, 
oo_Fairiitld, 20— Vandalia, 20— St. Louis, 20— Con. 
cord, 20— Cyane, 20— Levant, 20— Erie, 18— Ontario, 
18— Peacock, 18— Marion, 18— Decatur 18— Preble, 
18— Yorktown, 18. 

BniGs — Dolphin, Porpoise, Consort of 10 guns. 

Schooners. — Grampus, Shark. Enterprise, Boxer of 
10 guns. Experiment, 4. 

Fulton steamship, Relief store ship. 



INDEX. 



A. 




Academies, &c. 


142 


Allotment of Judges, 


28 


Almanack, 


11 


Association, General 


149 


Asylum, American, 


143 


Attorneys, 32- 


-52 


B. 




Banks, 


120 


Directors, state, 


131 


Commissioners, 


131 


Bible Societies, 


150 


Bisiiops, 


141 


Boroughs, 


118 


Bridgeport Mar. co. 


134 


Whaling Co. 


134 


C. 




Canvass for Gov. &c. 


155 


Cities, 




Hartford, 


115 


New Haven, 


115 


New London, 


l!6 


Norwich, 


117 


Middletown, 


117 


Bridgeport, 


118 


Clergy, 


109 


Colleges, 


135 


Commencements, 


141 


Commissioners on 




Roads, Bridges, 




Ferries, &:c. 57 


—63 


To take ack. of deeds, 63 


Conn. Government, 




Executive, 


23 



Senate, 23 
Representatives, 24, 8 
Judicial and Civil, 28 
Hartford county, 29 
New Haven, 33 
New London, 36 
Fairaeld, 39 
Windham, 43 
liitchfield, 45 
Middlesex, 49 
Tolland, 51 
Courts, 
Probate, 53 
Superior and County, 
(See Calendar pages.) 
D. 
Districts, Senatorial, 64 
Congressional, 65 
Distances from Wash- 
ington, 7 

E. 

Electors of President, 28 

Eclipses, 3 

Elector's Meeting, 10 

Episcopal Societies^ 152 

Meetings, &c., 153 

F. 

Foreign Miss. Sos. 152 

Domestic, 154 

G. 

Government, Conn, 23 

Governors, States, 161 

H. 

Hospital, State, 147 



174 



I. 



Insurance Companies, 132 
J. 

Judge Advocates, 101 

L 
Literary Institut'ns, 142, 4 

M 
Medical Society, 145 

Militia, 74—101 

N 
Natural History So. 148 
Notaries public, 55 

P 
Pension agent, 163 

Postage, rate, 108 

Post Offices and Post 
Masters^ 102 

R 
Roads, 5 

Retreat, for Insane, 144 
Railroads, 133 

Report Com. Schools, 154 

S 
State Prison, 63 

School Conimissionersl43 
School Fund, 155 

Surveyors of Con. 149 

State Hospital, G4 



Societies, 145 — 151 

Baptist, 151—2 

AlphaP. B. K. 143 

Con. Historical, 147 

Mutual Aid, 148 

Agricultural, 148—9 

Horticultural, 149 

T 

Tables, 4—10 

Theological Institute, 139 

Town Officers, 66 

Tract Societies, 150 

V 
Votes for Governor, 156 

U 
United States Calendar. 
U. S. Executive, 161 
Judicial, 168 

Senate, 163 

Representatives, 164 
Army, 170 

Navy, 171 

Ministers — Foreign, 169 
Courts, 168 

Y 
Yale Nat. History, 144 
Young Men's Inst's, 144-5 



JOHN A. BOLLES, 

Attorney at Law, and Commissioner of 
Deeds, S^^c,,for the States of Connecticut and 
New- 1 lamps It ire. 

No. 10 Court Street, Boston. 



A. S. BARNES & CO., 

Hartford^ Coiin. 

Publishers of School Books, and Davies' Course 

of Mathematics. 

The Elementary Course embraces, 

1. Davies' First Lessons in Arithmetic, designed for 
beo-inners. 

2. Davies' Complete Ariilimetic for Schools. 

3. Davies' First Lessons in Alsjebra, being an intro- 
duction to the science, for schools. 

4. Davies' Practical Geometry, embracing all the 
facts of Geometry, with applications in Mensuration 
and Mechanical Philosophy. 



SPALDING & STORRS, 

1G2 Main Street, Hartford. 
Publish the folloioing pojmlar School Books. 

Smith's Geography and Atlas, on the Productive 
System. 

Smith's New Arithmetic, 12 mn. on the Productive 
System, accompanied by a Key and cubical blocks. 

Smith's Practical and Mental Arithmetic, 18 mo. 
Key to do. do. 

Smith's Introductory Arithmetic. 

Smith's Productive Grammar. 

Gallaudett's Mo(h<M-'s Primer. 

Mother's Manual, by Rev. M. M. Carll. 

Copies of the above furnished teachers and commit- 
tees for examination. 

A full assortment of School, Theological and Mis- 
cellaneous Books. Stationery &c., kept constantly on 
hand and for sale at the lowest prices. 



BELKNAP & HAMERSLE'x, 

Hartford^ Conn. 

Are constantly supplied with a full assortment of 
school and miscellaneous books, which will be sold to 
Merchants, School Committees, and Teachers on fa- 
vorable terms. 

B. & H., Publish Woodbridge and Willard's Geo- 
graphical works, Robins' Outlines of History, Hitch- 
cock's Book-keeping, Frost's Class Book of Nature, 
Swift's Philosophy, and Gallaudet and Hooker's Prac- 
tical Spelling Book. 

The attention of school committees, teachers and 
other friends of education, is respectfully invited to the 
above valuable works. 



ROBINS & FOLQER, 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS 

180 Main sL, Hartford, Conn. 

Keep for sale a full supply of School, Classical, Theo. 
logical and Miscellaneous Books, which they will fur- 
nish on the most advantageous terms. 

They also publish Hall's series of Reading Books, 
consisting of the Reader's Guide, Reader's Manual, and 
the Primary Reader, also Olney's Arithmetic, Olney's 
introduction;;to Geography, Manual of the Constitution 
of the United States for schools. 

R. & F., are also agents for many of the periodicals 
of the day, and receive subscriptions for the same. 



^TNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office 58 State Street, Hartford. 

CAPITAL 8200,000. 

Continues to Insure against Loss or Damage 

by Firey upon favorable terms. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
S. S. Loomis, Secretary. 



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ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1842. 

There will be five Eclipses this year, in the following 
order, v\z : 

I. The first will be of the Sun, January 11th, at llh. 
27ra. in the morning invisible to the inhabitants of N. 
America, by reason of the Moons south latitude. 

II. The 2d will be an eclipse of the Moon, Jan. 26th, 
at Ih. 2m,, in the afternoon, consequently invisible to us. 

III. The third will be an eclipse of the Sun, July 8th. 
at 2h. 13m. in the morning — to us invisible. This 
eclipse will be visible and total in many parts of Europe 
and Asia. 

IV. The fourth will be of the Moon, July 22d, at 6h. 
9m. in the morning — to us invisible. The Moon will 
set a few minutes before the eclipse begins. 

V. The fifth will be of the Sun, Dec. 31st, at 2h, 
14m. in the afternoon — invisible to us by reason of the 
Moon's south latitude. This eclipse will be visible in 
South America, and the adjoining oceans. In lat. 33® 
18' S., and long. 104«> 21' W., it will be central and 
annular at noon. ^ ^ ., ^ ^■V0-^)^.0 



The Planet Venus (J) will be morning Star until the 
5th of March, then evening Star till the 8th of Decern- 
ber, then morning Star again. 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London, 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — H. stands for hours — 
M. for minutes. 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. 


Amboy, 


s. 


45 1 Nantucket, 


S. 


1 


Annapolis, Md. 


S. 


2 


Newburyport, 


A. 


2 


Annapolis, Novs. A. 


3 


New Haven, 


A. 


1 


Albany, 


A. 


6 30 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 


Block Island, 


s. 


1 17 


Norwich Landing, A. 





New Bedford, 


s. 


1 12 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Boston, 


A. 


2 15 


Pensacola, 


s. 


1 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 45 


Philadelphia, 


A. 


4 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 


Piscataway, 


A. 


2 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 15 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 20 


Port Royal, S: C. 


S. 





Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 


Providence, 


s. 


1 


Georgetown Bai 


•, s. 


2 20 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 30 


Rhode Island, 


s. 





Halifax, 


A. 


3 


Salem, 


A. 


2 


Hell Gate, 


A. 


30 


Sandy Hook, 


A. 





Hartford, 


A. 


2 20 


Savannah, 


s. 


1 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 


Saybrook, 


A. 





Ipswich, 


A. 


2 45 


St. Augustine, B. 


s. 


1 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 


Tybec Bar, 


A. 





Main Ocean, 


S. 


45 


Williamsburg, Va 


A. 


2 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 


Wilmington, N.C 


.A. 


2 





ROADS. 


Old Road from Boston to 
JYew York, 


From Boston to Hart'd. 123 
Hartford to N. York 112 


To Cambridge 


3 




Waieitown 


4 


Whole distance 235 


Waliham 


S 


— 


Weston 


5 


Hartford to Windsor^ Vl. 


Sunbuiy 


4 


Springfield 23 


Marlborough 


10 


Northampton 19 


Northboroijgh 


6 


Deerfield 28 


Shrewsbury 


6 


Putney 23 


Worcester 


6 


Charlestown 20 


Leicester 


5 


Windsor 18 


Spencer, 


5 


JSTew-London to JVewport, 


BiookfieJd, 


7 


Westerly 15 


Weston 


H 


Tower Hill 25 


Palmer 


6 


Naraganset Ferry 3 


Wilbraham 


7 


Newport T 


Springfield 


U 


JVew-Vork to Washington. 


Suffield 


u 


Princeton 52 


Windsor 


10 


Phiiadelphia 94 


Hartford 


7 


Wilmington 128 


Berlin 


10 


Susquehannah (Havre) 158 


Meriden 


6 


Baliimore 192 


Wallingiord 


8 


Gents 214 


New Haven 


9 


Washington 227 


Milford 


9 


Post Road from Boston to 


Stratford 


5 


Hartford. 


Bridgeport 


4 


Framingham 2 


Fairfield 


4 


Worcester 18 


Saugatuc 


6 


Sturbridge 18 


Noxwalk 


4 


Stafford 16 


Darien 


H 


Vernon 12 


Stamford 


4h 


Hartford 14 


Horse neck 


b 


Turnpike from JVew London 


Rye 


5 


to Providence and Boston, 


East Chester 


10 


Mystic, WiJliams's 76 


West Farms 


4 


N. Stonington, Miner's l^ 


Harlaem Bridge 


4 


Hopkinton City 25 


New- York 


8 


West Greenwich, Blake's 8J 






Providence 1 



Boston 

Whole distance 92^ 
From JSTeW' London lo JVor- 

wick and Boston, 

To Montville 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewett's City 8 

Plainfield 7 

Sterling 4 

Scitiiate 11 

Providence 15 

Attleborough 12 

Walpole 10 

Dedharn 10 

Boston 10 



42 Glastenbury, Weltes's 10 

Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albaiiy. 



Total 100 

From Boston to Portland, 

Lynn 7 

Salem 12 

Ipswich 7 



Avon 

N. Hartford 

Winchester 

Norfolk 

N. Canaan 

Sheffield 

Great Harrington 

W, Stockbridge 

Chatham 

Nassau Village 

Schodack 

Albany, Skinner's 

Total 



Newburyport 

Hampton 

Portsmouth 

Kennebeck 

Portland 



12 
lo 
10 

29 
27 



Total 119 
J^eW'London to JV. Haven 

Lyme 16 

Saybrook 3 
Killingworth 

Guilford 9 

Brand ford, 9 

New Haven 8 

Total 5S 
KeW'London io Hartford. 

Montville, 8 

Salenn, 6 

Colchester, 6 

Marlborough, 8 



10 

10 

8 

8 
R 

14 
6 

10 
6 
4 
6 
6 

94 



Kew Turnpike Road from JV. 

Haven to JVorwich and 

Providence^ R. /• 
From N. H. by N. Bran- 

ford to Essex Ferry 30 

Essex Ferry to Salem 

cross roads 9^ 

Thence to Norwich city lOj 

Total 50 

From Norwich by Presloo 



& Voluntown to Prov. 
Thence to Boston 



58 
42 



Total 100 
From Albany to Buffalo, 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

fa la tine 14 

Herkin)er 17 

Uiica, Shepard's 16 

Vernon 19 

Manlius 24 





ROADS. 7 


Marcellus 


17|Windham 4 


Skeni'aieles 


10 


HarUord 13 


Auburn 


6 


74 


Cayuga 


4 


PoU Road from Hartford to 


Geneva 


5 


Providence* 


G 01 ham 


10 


Manchester 10 Coventry 6 16 


Cannn'laigna 


6 


Mansfield 7 Ashford 3 15 


East Blooinfield 


6 


Kiliingly Centre, 14 


West Bloonifield 


5 


Gloucester 8 Scituate 8 16 


Lima 5 Avon 3 


8 


Piovidenre Sj 


Caledonia 


7 


Total 69 i 


Batavia 


IR 


Middle Road from Boston to 


Bnff.lo 276 




Hartford, 


From Canandaigua lu jVi- 


Dedham 10 


a gar a Fulls. 




Pomfiet 47 


Genesee River 


27i 


Hartford 40 


Batavia 


27 


97 


Buffalo Creek 


36 


From Hartford to J^". Haven, 


A^iagara Falls 


21i 


through Middlelown, 


112 




Middletown 15 


From Providence to Harlpd 


Northford 12 


Plainfield 


30 Now Haven 38—11 


Distances from Washington to the Capitals of all 


the States 


—Main Post Road, 


J^orthtrn Route, 


Southern Route, 


To Baltimore 


3«i 


Richmond, Va. 123 


Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Payettville, N. C, 343 


Philadelphia 


137 


Columbus, Ohio, 418 


Trenton, N. J. 


17U 


Charleston, S C. 544 


New York 


227 


Prankffnt, Ken. 565 


New Haven 


304 


Indianapolis, Ind. 603 


Middletnvvn 


32f^ 


Savann;»h, (Jeo. 657 


Hartfojd 


336 


Muifreesboro' Ten, 708 


New London 


3f;o 


Vandalia, Illinois, 781 


Norwich 


37;^ 


St. Louis, Miso. 856 


Providence 


410 


Tuscaloosa, Alab. 850 


Boston 


436 


Vloniicello, Missis. 1233 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


492 


iVew Orleans, Lou. 1200 


Mo nipt' her, Vt. 


534 


rallah-.issee, Florida, 896 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Little Rock, Arkansas, 1068 


Eastport 

2 


868 


Detroit, Michigan, 526 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arranged according to the actual use at the 
United States Mint, for estimating the value of Gold. 







Grains Stand an ] 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight. 


of pure 


before Is 


after 1st 






gold. 


Aug. 1834. 


Aug. 1834 


BRAZIL. 


pwt.gr 




f c. m. 


t c. m. 


Johannes, half in propor- 










tion, 


18 




16 


17 06 8 


Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 m 6 


32 71 4 


Dobra, - - - 


18 6 


401 5 


16 22 2 


17 30 5 


Moidore, half in propor- 










tion, - - - 


6 22 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 56 


Crusado, - - - 


16i 


15 8 


59 8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 










Guinea, half in proportion, 


5 n 


118 7 


4 79 6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, half in propor- 










tion, - - - 


5 3i 


113 1 


4 57 


4 87 5 


Seven shilling piece, - 


1 19 


39 9 


1 60 


1 70 6 


FRANCE. 










Double Louis, coined be- 










fore 1786, - 


10 11 


224 9 


9 68 7 


9 69 4 


Louis, do. 


5 5| 


112 4 


4 54 1 


4 84 4 


Double Louis, coined since 










1786, 


9 20 


212 6 


8 59 


9 16 3 


Louis, do. - - - 


4 22 


106 3 


4 29 5 


4 58 1 


Double Napoleon, or 40 










francs, - - . 


8 7 


179 


7 23 2 


7 71 3 


Napoleon, or 20 francs. 


4 31 


89 7 


3 62 4 


3 86 6 


COLUMBIA. 










Doubloons, 


17 81 


360 5 


14 56 


15 53 & 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



TABLE OF COINS — continued. 







Grains, Standard 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weigh f 


' pr.re 


before 1st 


after 1st 








gold. 


Aug. 1834. 


Aug. 1834. 


MEXICO. 


pwt 


gr 




$ c. m. 


$ c. m. 


Doubloons, shares in pro- 












portion, 


17 


Sh 


360 5'14 56 


15 53 8 


PORTUGAL. 










Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 '30 66 6 


32 11 4 


Dobra, . . . . 


18 


6 


401 5 16 22 2 


17 35 6 


Johannes, - 


18 




il6 


17 06 9 


Moidore, half in propor- 






1 




tion, . - _ - 


6 22 


152 2 6 14 9 


6 56 


Piece of 16 testoons or 1600 






i 




rees, - - - 


2 


6 


49 3 1 99 2 


2 12 5 


Old Crusado, 400, do. 




15 


13 6 54 9 


58 6 


New do. 480 do. 




16i 


14 8 59 8 


63 7 


Mih-ee, coined 1776, 




191 


18 1 73 2 


78 


SPAIN. 












Quadruple pistole, or doub- 












loon, 1772, double, single 












and shares in proportion. 


17 


81 


437 2 15 03 


16 03 3 


Doubloon, 1801, 


17 


9 


360 5 14 56 


15 53 8 


Pistole, 1802, 


4 


8i 


80 1 3 64 


3 88 3 


Coronilla gold dollar, or 










Vintem, 1801, - 


1 


3 


22 8 92 1 


98 2 


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 






1 




Eagle, coined before July 










31,1834, 


11 


6 


247 5 10 


10 66 8 


Eagle, coined after July 31, 










1834, shares in propor- 










tion, .... 


10 18 


2 32 


1 





10 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 

TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLAKS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



l^nncipal 



1 vv, • I UK I 3 n>.i 6 m. I i yr. 





J 


. c. n». c. 


i». 


±A 


l». C. 1 


1>. c. 


C;E^TS 


U: 


UU 





u 


t 







20 


00 
















30 


o'o 











1 




40 














1 


2 




50 














2 


3 


Dollars 


1 








r 


1 


3 


6 




2 





1 





3 


C 


12 




3 





1 





4 


9 


18 




4 





2 





6 


12 


24 




5 





3 





1 


15 


30 




10 


1 


5 





15 


30 


60 




20 


2 


10 





.SO 


00 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 





45 


90 


1 80 




40 


5 


20 





60 


1 20 


2 40 




50 


6 


25 





75 


1 50 


3 




100 


12 


50 


I 


50 


3 


6 




200 


25 


1 


3 





6 


12 




300 


37 


1 50 


4 


50 


9 


18 




400 


50 


2 


6 





12 C 


24 




500 


62 


2 50 


7 


50 


15 e 


30 .0 


1000 


I 25 


•» 


15 





30 


60 



O" To find ihe interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product, and you will 
find the two right hand figures to be cents — the remain- 
der, on the left hand, are dollars, which is the answer. 
If there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied 
as above, yon will find the two right hand figures to be 
fractions, the two ne^t cents, and the remainder in 
dollars. 

ELECTORS' MEETINGS 

Are annually ho'den in ihe several towns on the 
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 





January hath 31 days, 


beginning on Saturday. 


# 3d 5h 20m a. 


(D 19d 4h 12m A. 


(illd llh27mM. 


® 26d Ih 2m M. 


M.|w.| Calendar, &c. \ Qr. 


lOs- 


F. sec 


»|r.(3ii^s- 


1, 7 


UllClJlUClMOII. 


7 '^8 


4 32 


4i 


10 22 


2 b 


? sets 71i 23m 


7 27 


4 3t^ 


1 38 


11 33 


3 2 


j rises 8h. 22m. m. 


7 27 


4 33 


2 26 


morn. 


4! 3 




7 26 


4 33 


3 13 


42 


5 


4 




7 26 


4 34 


4 2 


1 50 


6 


5 


Epiph ?n©. 


7 25 


4 34 


4 52 


2 59 


7 


6 


OS. cl. 7in. 


7 25 


4 35 


5 43 


4 4 


8 


7 


Uay break 5h 41m ? '2^ J . 


7 24 


4 35 


6 36 


5 6 


9 


B 


S. after Epiph. > low. 


7 24 


4 36 


7 2£ 


6 3 


10 


2 


d^)d ? )d ^ ) 


7 23 


4 36 


8 21 


6 50 


11 


3 


O eel. 7* south 8h. 


7 22 


4 37 


9 n 


sets. 


12 


4 


$ st3 8h 23m. 


7 21 


4 38 


9 5S 


6 1 


13 


5 


) apogee. 


7 21 


4 39 


10 42 


7 3 


14 


6 




7 20 


4 39 


11 24 


8 2 


M5 


7 


6®$^ 


7 19 


4 40 


J ft. 4 


9 2 


16 


B 


2 after Epip. 


7 18 


4 41 


44 


10 4 


17 


2 


Sup.dO? 


7 18 


4 4^2 


1 24 


11 3 


18 


3 




7 17 


4 42 


2 06 


morn. 


19 


4 


OS. cl. 11m. 


7 16 


4 43 


2 50 


5 


20 


5 


O^nts. 17^ 


7 15 


4 44 


3 3! 


1 8 


21 


6 


U r, 5h. 57m. m. 


7 14 


4 45 


4 31 


2 13 


22 


7 


^s. 8h. 23m. high. 


7 13 


4 46 


5 29 


3 18 


23 


B 


^eplua^es. Sunday. 


7 12 


4 47 


6 31 


4 25 


24 


2 


Davbreak 5h. 30m. 


7 11 


4 48 


7 35 


5 25 


25 


3 


6Uh 


7 10 


4 49 


8 38 


6 17 


26 


4 


(Delips, 


7 9 


4 50 


9 39 


rises. 


27 


5 


^ peri see. 


7 8 


4 51 


10 34 


6 43 


28 


6 


hi^h titles. 


7 7 


4 52 


11 27 


8 1 


29 


7 




7 6 


4 53 


morn 


9 16 


30 


B 


Sexages. 


7 5 


4 55 


18 


10 30 


31 


2 






7 3 


4 56 


1 7 


11 42 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN THIS STATE ARKANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, last Tuesday. At New Haven and 
Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday, 



February hath 28 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



(§1 2d 6h 38m m. 
# lOdThGmM. 



(D I8d 6h 53m m. 
@24dllh27mA. 



M. |W.| 



Calendar, &c. 



I Qr. I OS. |F.sea| r;®s. 



13 


B 


14 


2 


15 


3 


16 


4 


17 


5 


18 


6 


19 


7 


20 


B 


21 


2 


22 


3 


23 


4 


24 


5 


25 


6 


26 


7 


27 


B 


28 


2 



Puri. B. V. M. 
J sets 8h. 23m. 
2^ riseOh. 15m. morn. 
h rise 4h. M. 
Quinquages. Tp ^J (J) 

(B 6 U 

D. br. 5h. 20m. 

<i A.pog. 

O S. cl 15m. 

ISun in Lent, ci $ <§) 
Valentine. 
1? rises 4h. 29m. m. 
i'set 8h. 23iTi. 
1( rises 4h. 34m. m. 
©enters>£ 
high. 

2 in Lsnt. 
5 Stat. 

Daybreak 5h. 4m. 
11 rise 4h. 4m. m^ 
St. Mat. 

high tides. 
? sts. 8h. 22m. 

3 in lent. 

Ij^rises 3h. 59m. m. 



7 2/4 58 



7 
7 

6 59 
6 57 
6 56 
6 55 
6 54 
6 53 
6 51 
6 50 
6 49 
6 48 
6 46 
6 45 
6 44 
6 42 
6 41 
6 40 
6 38 
6 37 
6 36 
6 34 
6 33 
6 32 
6 30 
6 29 
6 28 



4 59 

5 00 
5 1 



5 

6 
7 
9 
5 10 
5 11 
5 12 
5 14 
5 15 
5 16 
5 18 
5 19 
5 20 
5 22 
5 23 
5 24 
5 2C 
5 27 
5 28 
30 
31 
5 32 



1 57 morn* 

2 48| 53 

3 40 2 1 

4 32 3 4 



5 25 

6 17 

7 7 

7 55 

8 40 

9 22 
10 3 
10 43 
U 23 
aft. 4 

47 

1 33 

2 23 

3 17 

4 15 

5 16 

6 17 

7 17 

8 15 

9 10 
iO 2 

10 54 

11 46 
norn. 



4 I 

4 50 

5 31 

6 4 
sets. 

5 54 

6 54 

7 53 

8 56 

9 56 
10 58 
morn. 

2 

1 7 

2 11 

3 10 

4 5 

4 52 

5 31 
rise*. 

6 46 

8 2 

9 19 
10 32 



SUPERIOR GOUTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th do. 
Fairfield, 2d do. 

COUNTY COURT. 

At New London, [a] 2d Tuesday. 





March hath 31 days, 


beginning 


on Tuesday. ^ 


(§ 3d 81i 34m m. 


f) 19d 5h 54m a. 


d 12dlh41mM. 


(i 26d 9h 9m m. 


M. 


w.| Calendar, &cc. \ Qt. 


OS. |F.sea| 


1(3)8. 


~1 


3 


6 26 


5 34 


38 


11 14 


2 


4 


? c^ 5 5 25 


5 35 


1 31 


norn. 


3 


5 


2 set 8h 21m (flow. 


5 23 


5 37 


2 2. 


52 


4 


6 


{^ r. 3h. 25m. m. 


6 22 


5 38 


3 19 


1 52 


5 


7 


•^"P-c^ $0 


3 21 


5 39 


4 12 


2 44 


6 


B 


Mid Lt.c^ ^(§(i 71® 


6 19 


5.41 


5 3 


3 28 


7 


2 


11 rises 3h. 36m, m. 


6 18 


5 42 


5 52 


4 5 


8 


3 


Daybreak 4h. 42m. 


3 16 


5 44 


6 37 


4 34 


9 


4 dDipogee. 


3 15 


5 45 


7 21 


5 2 


10 


5 




^ 14 


5 46 


8 2 


5 24 


n 


6 


Tp rises 3h. 5m. m. 


6 12 


5 48 


8 43 


sets. 


1'2 


7 


6 %m6^(B 


6 11 


5 49 


9 23 


6 47 


13 


B 


© S. cl. lOm. 


6 10 


5 50 


10 4 


7 48 


14 


2 


'^ 6® 


6 8 


5 52 


10 46 


8 49 


15 


o 


5 Stat. 


S 7 


5 53 


11 33 


9 56 


16 


4 




6 6 


5 S5 


aft.2l 


10 59 


17 


5 


^sets 8h. 20m. 


6 4 


5 bQ 


1 12 


morn. 


\S 


6 


Daybreak 4h. 25m,(§)high 


6 3 


5 57 


2 8 


3 


19 


7 7*s. llh. 48m. 


6 1 


5 59 


3 6 


1 3 


20 


B Palm Sund. 


6 


6 


4 5 


1 58 


21 


2 


2^ rises 2h 49m. m. 


.5 58 


6 2 


5 3 


2 46 


22 


3 


fp r. 2h. 25m. m. 


5 57 


6 3 


6 


3 26 


23 


4 




5 56 


6 4 


6 54 


4 3 


24 


5 


rm perigee. 


5 54 


6 6 


7 47 


4 33 


25 


6,G.'FriQay. An. B. V. M. 


5 53 


6 7 


8 38 


5 2 


26 


7 very high tides. 


5 51 


6 9 


9 30 


rises. 


27 


B Easter. 


5 50 


6 10 


10 23 


8 5 


28 


2 




5 49 


6 11 


11 17 


9 22 


29 


3 




5 47 


6 13 


morn. 


10 32 


30 


4 


? sets. 8h. 18m. 


5 46 


6 14 


12 


11 58 


31 


5 


IX rises 2h. 14m. m. 


5 45 


6 15 


1 8 


morn 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. New Haven, 3d do. 
Hartford, 4th do. Tolland, 4th do. 



April hath Si) days, beginning on !:• riday. 



(D 2d Ih 42m A. 


® lOd Ih 44m m. 


d 10d5h43m A. 


® 24d 6h 39m a. 


ii ]w.| Calendar, 6cc. 


Or. 


1 OS. !F.sea|r.®s. 


1 


6 


Da 


lybreak 4h. 3m. 


5 ^3;6 17 


2 3 


37 


2 


7 


T?( 


m%6m 


5 42 


6 18 


2 56 


i 24 


3 


B 


Lo 


w Sun. 


5 41 


6 19 


3 47 


2 4 


4 


2 


St 


Ambrose. 




5 39 


6 21 


4 34 


2 37 


5 


5 


® 


apogee. 




5 38 


6 22 


5 18 


3 5 


6 


4 


(^ 


3ets8h. 17m. 




5 36 


6 24 


6 CO 


3 29 


7 


5 


9 


sets 7h. 7m. 




5 35 


6 25 


6 41 


3 51 


8 


6 


5 


6®' 




5 34 


6 26 


7 21 


4 11 


9 


7 


% 


r. Ih. 41m. m. 




5 32 


6 28 


8 2 


4 33 


lO 


B 


2t 


^und. after Eastei 




5 31 


6 29 


8 44 


sets. 


n 


2 


9 


c5#. 


5 30 


6 30 


9 29 


7 46 


l2 


3 


(? 


6§). 




5 28 


6 32 


10 lo 


8 51 


13 


4 


^ 


r. Ih. m. 




5 27 


6 33 


11 8 


9 56 


l4 


5 


7* 


set 9h. 31m.(i)high. 


5 26 


6 34 


aft. 3 


10 57 


1.5 


6 


9 


s. 7h. 26m. 


5 24 


6 36 


1 1 


11 54 


16 


7 


O 


&. c. even. 


5 23 


6 37 


1 59 


morn. 


17 


B 


3 


after Easter. 


5 22 


6 38 


2 57 


43 


l8 


2 






5 'n 


6 39 


3 52 


1 25 


19 


3 


d' 


St. 8h. 13m. 


5 19 


6 41 


4 45 


2 2 


'^0 


4 


%T. Ih. 2m.M. 


5 18 


5 42 


5 37 


2 38 


2l 


5 


(§) per. 


5 17 


6 43 


6 27 


3 3 


2^ 


6 


hig-h tides, 7*s. 9h. 


5 15 


6 45 


7 17 


3 30 


23 


7 


St. Greorgre. 9 stat. 


5 14 


6 46 


8 9 


3 57 


24 


B 


4 after Easter, 


5 13 


6 47 


9 2 


rise. 


25 


2 


Daybreak 3h. 21m. 


5 12 


6 48 


9 57 


8 12 


26 3 


f^ r. Oh. llm.M. 


5 11 


6 49 


10 54 


9 22 


27 


4 


9 sets 7h. 55m. 


5 9 


6 51 


U 50 


10 23 


2a 


5 


h69 F. c.2m. 


5 8 


6 52 


morn 


11 16 


o^ 


6 




1- p> 
o - / 


6 53 


45 


morn. 


30 


7 


^4 


rises Oh. 24m m. 




' 


5 6 


6 54 


1 38 


1 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday. 
Litchfield, second Tuesday. 



At 



May hath 31 days,- beginning on Sunday. 





(§ 2d 7h 58m m. 1 


'® r 


7d 7h 22m m. 


d lOd 6h 50m m. | 


® 24d 4h 51m m. 


M. |w.| Calendar, &c. 


1 Qr. iQs. iF.sea 


r-lps. 


1 


B 


Roga. S. St. Phil. 


5 5 


t) 55 


2 27 


37 


2 


2 


9 6(^. 


5 2 


6 57 


3 13 


1 5 


3 


S 


(i) apog. 


5 2 


6 58 


3 56 


1 31 


4 


4 


9 s. 8h. 26m. Elcc. N. H. 


5 1 


6 59 


4 37 


1 54 


5 


5 


Ascension. 


5 


7 


5 17 


2 15 


6 


6 


% r. midnight. 


4 59 


7 1 


58 


2 37 


7 


7 


J* sets 8h. 8m. 


4 58 


7 2 


6 39 


2 58 


8 


B 


1 S. aft. As. 


4 57 


7 3 


7 23 


3 23 


9 


2 


I7 ri. 1 Ih- 15m. 


4 £6 


7 4 


8 01 


sets. 


10 


3 


% Stat. 


4 55 


7 5 


9 1 


7 42 


11 


4 


J" 6(E)' 9 6® 


4 54 


7 6 


9 56 


8 48 


12 


5 


Day br. dhigh. 


4 53 


7 7 


10 54 


9 47 


13 


6 


9 set 8h. 3-lm. 


4 5^ 


7 8 


11 53 


10 41 


14 


7 


f. cl. 4m. 


4 51 


7 9 


aft.5l 


11 25 


15 


B 


Whit Sun. 


4 50 


7 10 


I 48 


morn. 


16 


2 


%r. llh. 22m. 


4 49 


7 11 


2 42 


3 


17 


3 


1^ rise lOh. 43m. 


4 48 


7 12 


3 33 


37 


18 


4 


(iPeri. 


4 47 


7 I3I 4 22 


1 6 


19 


5 




4 46 


7 14 


5 11 


1 33 


20 


6 


J^ set 8h. 3m. 


4 45 


7 15 


6 1 


1 59 


21 


7 




4 44 


7 16 


6 52 


2 29 


22 


B 


Trin. Sunday. 


4 43 


7 17 


7 45 


2 59 


23 


2 


high tides. 


4 42 


7 18 


8 40 


3 35 


24 


3 


9 set. 8h. 58m. 


4 42 


7 18 


9 37 


rises. 


25 


4 


t5 ri. lOh. 9m. (§) low. 


4 41 


7 19 


11 33 


9 6 


26 


5 


% ri. lOh. 41m. ! 


4 40 


7 20 


11 27 


9 53 


27 


6 


h 6(B 


4 39 


7 21 


morn. 


10 31 


28 


7 


9 6 0. ^ 6 dD 


4 39 


7 21 


8 


11 14 


29 


B 


1 aft. Trin. 


4 33 


7 22 


1 6 


11 33 


30 


2 


9 set. 9h. 7m. 


4 37 


7 2:^ 


1 50| 


11 5S 


31 3 


® Apog. 


4 37 


7 23 2 32| 


morn. 



No Counts holden this month. 



June hath 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



dD Id 2h 3m m. 


© 22d 4h 34m a. 


<B 8d 5h 26m a. 


m 30d 6h 52m a. 


# 15d 9h 5m a. 




M. 


|w.| Calendar, &c. | Qr. | Qs. |F.sea|r.(is. 


f 


4 


9 sets9h 13m \4 36.7 2^ | 


3 13 


ly 


2 


5 


9 perihel. 


4 36 


7 24 


3 53 


40 


3 


6 


(J sets 7h 55m 


4 35 


7 2£ 


4 33 


1 00 


4 


7 




4 34 


7 26 


5 16 


1 24 


5 


B 


2 aft. Trin 


4 34 


7 26 


6 1 


1 51 


6 


2 


Tj. rises 9h 56m 


4 33 


7 27 


6 51 


2 24 


7 


3 


f2 rises 9h 15m 


4 33 


7 27 


7 40 


3 3 


8 


4 


Daybr. 2hl7m 


4 32 


7 2^ 


8 42 


sets. 


9 


5 


Full tides, J d (§ 


4 32 


7 28 


9 42 


8 32 


10 


6 




4 32 


7 28 


10 43 


9 20 


U 


7 


St. Barn. 


4 31 


7 29 


11 42 


10 3 


12 


B 


3 after Trin (J) perigee 


4 31 


7 29 


i.t.37 


10 33 


13 


2 


Q & cl evening 


4 31 


7 29 


1 30 


11 9 


14 


3 


9 sets 9h 24m 


4 31 


7 29 


2 20 


11 37 


15 


4 


7* rises 2h 40m 


4 31 


7 29 


3 9 


morn. 


16 


5 


T7 rises 8I1 4lm 


4 31 


7 29 


3 57 


5 


17 


6 


% rises 9h 9m 


4 30 


7 30 


4 47 


31 


18 


7 




4 30 


7 30 


5 38 


1 00 


19 


B 


4 after Trin (§ low 


4 30 


7 30 


6 32 


1 33 


20 


2 


Day br. 2h lOm 


4 30 


7 30 


7 27 


2 2 


21 


3 


enters ^ 


4 30 


7 30 


8 23 


2 57 


22 


4 




4 30 


7 3C 


9 18 


rises. 


23 


5 


h 6 (S>%6(B' 


4 30 


7 30 


10 10 


8 31 


24 


6 


St. John B. 


4 31 


7 2& 


10 59 


9 3 


25 


7 


(T 60 


4 31 


7 21 


II 45 


9 33 


26 


B 


5 after Trin 


4 31 


7 21 


norn. 


9 58 


27 


2 


Q sets 9h 26m 


4 31 


7 21 


28 


10 21 


28 


3 (|J)Apogee 


4 31 


7 21 


1 910 41 


29 


4 St. Peter 

5 [^ rises 8h 13m 


4 31 


7 21 


1 41111 4 


30 


4 31 


7 2l| 2 29111 28 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Fairfield, [a] 4th do. 
At New Haven, 4th. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. At New Haven, 4th do. 



July hath 31 days, beginning on Friday. 
® 22d 6h 9m m7 



'(I|8d2h"l3mM: 
#1^5h 17mA. 



) 30d 9h 54m m. 



M. |w.! 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

t^ 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Calendar, 6cc. 



I Qr. iQs. |F.sea|r.(is. 



9 set 9h. 25m. 
Vis. B. V. M. 
^2 south mid. 
In. Dec. 1776. 
d. br. 2h. 18m. 
T^ r. 7h. 50m. 
QEcl. J»c5# 

high tides. 

7 after Trinity (fPer cj Q® 

9 sets 9h, 17m. 
O S. cl. 5m. 
% rises 7h 6m. 
Daybreak 2h 30m. 

8 after Trin. 
h^- llh. 
®Low. 

6h^ 

7* rises mid. ^5 1\-(B 



9 after Trin. 
Apogee. D. days, begin. 

c^ sets 9h. 2m. 
h sets 2h. 49m. m. 
TLj. south I0h34m. 
Daybreak. 

10 after Trinity. 



4 32 

4 32 
4 32 
4 33 
33 
33 
34 
34 
35 
36 
36 
3' 
31 
38 
39 
40 
40 
41 
42 
43 
43 
44 



4 45 



21 

28 

28 

27 

27 

27 

26 

26 

25 

24 

24 

23 

22 

22 

21 

20 

20 

19 

18 

17 

17 

16 

If; 

14 

13 

12 

11 

IC 



10 
53 
40 
31 

26 
25 

8 27 

9 28 

10 26 

11 22 
aft. 14 

1 5 

1 5,: 

2 44 

3 3£ 

4 2f 



5 22 

6 17 

7 11 

8 4 

8 ^4 

9 ^1 

10 24 

11 6 
(1 40 
norn 

Q 26 
1 6 

1 48 

2 33 

3 20 



50 11 

tnorn. 
20 

55 

1 38 

2 32 
sets. 

7 67 

8 35 

9 9 
9 38 

10 7 

10 34 

11 2 
11 34 
morn. 

11 

54 

1 45 

2 42 

3 45 
rises. 

7 59 

8 24 

8 47, 

9 6 
9 29 
9 52 

10 20 

10 51 

11 30 



SUPREME COURT OP ERRORS. 

At Hartford, 1st Tuesday. At Haddam, [a] 2d d: 

At Norwich, [a] 3d do. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 

At Tolland, Tuesday after 4th do, 



AUGUST natn Ji aays, Degmning on ivionaay. 





(M 6d 9h 57m m. 


® 20d 9h 26m a. 


# 13d Oh 34m m. 


m28d llh Im a. 


M. Iw.l Calendar, &c. 


lOr. 


1 Qs. |F.sea|r.#s. 


1 


2 


h so lOh. 


4 54 


7 6 


4 1^. 


1 norn' 


2 


3 


9 sets 8h 53m. 


4 55 


7 5 


5 9 


18 


3 


4 




4 56 


7 4 


6 8 


1 15 


4 


5 


% scts2h 44m. m. 


4 57 


7 3 


7 9 


2 23 


5 


6 Daybreak 3hJ^ (5^1. 


4 58 


7 2 


8 9 


3 37 


6 


7 Transfig. our 8. 


4 59 


7 1 


9 7 


sets. 


7 


B (D Perigee 7* rises llh. 


5 


7 


10 2 


7 36 


8 


2 jliigh tides. " 


5 1 


6 59 


10 55 


8 6 


9 


3 19 6(1 


5 2 


6 58 


11 47 


8 35 


10 


4 iSt. Law. 


5 4 


6 56 


aft. 38 


9 4 


11 


5 


Q3. cl. 5m. 


5 5 


6 55 


1 30 


9 35 


12 


6 


9 set 8h 38m, 


5 6 


6 54 


2 24 


1014 


13 


7 


b set Ih 42m. m. 


5 7 


6 53 


3 18 


10 53 


U 


l;12 after Trin.(§low. 


5 8 


6 52 


4 13 


11 42 


15 


2 c^set 2li M. 


5 9 


6 51 


5 7 


morn. 


16 


3\h6(B 


5 10 


6 50 


6 


37 


17 


4;^d(D 


5 12 


6 48 


6 51 


1 38 


18 


5 'c3^ rises 3h 48m. m. 


5 13 


6 47 


7 38 


2 40 


19 


6; 


5 14 


6 46 


8 23 


3 43 


20 


7 1 Daybreak 3h 32m. 


5 16 


6 44 


9 5 


rises. 


2i 


B 13 after Trin. 


5 17 


6 43 


9 45 


6 54 


^l 


'■i dD apog. 


5 18 


6 42 


10 25 


7 14 


23 


31 


5 19 


6 41 


11 5 


7 S5 


24 


4 'St, Bart. 


5 21 


6 39 


11 46 


7 57 


25 


5 ! 9 set 8h 10m. 


5 22 


6 38 


morn. 


8 22 


26 


6 t; set Ih 40m. m. 


5 23 


6 37 


29 


8 52 


5>7 


7 1^ sets Oil 45m. m. 


5 25 


6 35 


1 15 


9 28 


28 


B 14 after Trin. 


5 26 


6 34 


2 5 


10 9 


29 


2 St. J. B. behead. 


5 '^1 


6 33 


2 57 


11 2 


30 


3 (^ rises 3h 39m m. 


5 28 


6 32 


3 54 morn. 


31 


4 O ^nd clock even 


5 30 


6 3(1 1 52l 3 



SUPERIOR CnURTS. 

A. Litchfield 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4th do, 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danburv, 2d Tuesday. 
At Tolland, 4th Tuesday. 



September hath 30 d ays, beginning on Thursday 
® 19d Ih 46m a. 



) 4d 5h -iTm a. 
) lid llh 10m M. 



Iw. 
5 

2 6 

3 7 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 6 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Calendar, &cc. 
5 sets 8h 6m 
(^ rises 3h 38m M 
y^ sets Oh 17m c? d d) 
Jl) Per Dog days ond 
Very high tides 
% sets Oh 30m 

9 6(1 

Nat B V M % Stat 

Day br. 4h 

(§ low 

1 6 after Trin 

T7 stat T2 c5 

^ c5 d 

9 sets 7h 45m 

^ rises 3h 29m M 
T7 sets llh 21m 
(§ Apogee 

O f. cl. 7m 

St. Matthew 

7j.sets llh 18m 

Q enters £i: 9 appel. 

1-2 sets lOh 

18 after Trin (f high 

Day br. 4h 3am 

5 sets 7h 28m 

St. Michael 
(^ sets 3h 18m 



(§, 21 d lOh 17m m 

Tqm_0 s. F.sea:r.(f s '. 
5" 31 



32 

34 
35 
36 
38 
39 
40 
42 
43 
44 
46 
47 
49 
50 
51 
53 
54 
55 
5^ 
58 
59 
00 
1 



6 29 

6 28 

6 26 

6 25 

6 24 

6 22 

21 

20 

18 



5 51 

6 49 

7 45 

8 39l 

9 33 

10 26 

11 19 
aft. 14 

1 10 

2 6 

3 2 



3 

4 
5 

6 
7 
7 

8 2t 

9 6 
9 4[ 

10 2 

11 1. 
norn 
1 

52 

1 4b* 

2 42 

3 39 

4 35 

5 30 



1 13 

2 38 

3 46 

sets. 

6 32 

7 3 

7 34 

8 8 

9 4 
9 37 

10 31 

11 30 
morn. 

34 

1 38 

2 40 

3 41 

4 40 
rises. 
6 04 
6 27 

6 55 

7 30 

7 30 , 

8 55 

9 52 
11 57 
morn. 

07 

1 21 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 
At Danbury, 41h do. 



October hath 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 





® 4d Ih 36m m. 


® 19d6h21mM. 


M. |W 


lid Ih 53m m. 


(1 26d 7h 53m a. 


.| Calendar, &c. | Qr. I Qs. |F.seair.fi)s. 


'^'iTl 


Id'dCB 


!ti 1. 


6 4a 


6 2^ 


2 37 


2 B 


% sets lOh 22m 


6 13 


5 47 


7 1^ 


3 58 


3 2 


(§) Peri, high tides 


6 15 


5 45 


8 S 


sets. 


4 3 


(j^ rises 3h 16m M 


6 16 


5 44 


9 2 


5 29 


5 4 


9 sets 7h 


6 17 


5 43 


9 5^ 


6 6 


6 5 


^ sets lOh 36m 


6 19 


5 41 


10 53 


6 43 


76 


9 c5 (f . ^DO 


6 2^) 


5 40 


11 53 


7 28 


S 7 


9 gr. elong 


6 21 


5 39 


aft. 5] 


8 22 


9' B 


20 aft Tf in. 7-n-ise 7h 


6 23 


5 37 


1 48 


9 23 


\0'2 


h 6 (B- % 6(B 


6 24 


5 36 


2 4J 


10 25 


11:3 


^setsl0hl5m 


6 26 


5 34 


3 31 


11 29 


12l4 


Day br. 4h 50m 


6 27 


5 33 


4 18 


morn. 


13 5 


(^ rises 3h 9m M 


6 28 


5 32 


5 2 


32 


14, 6 


(f Apogee 


6 30 


5 30 


5 43 


1 34 


15! 7 


h sets 9h S5m 


6 31 


5 29 


6 24 


2 33 


16' B 


W 6(3 


6 32 


5 28 


7 4 


3 34 


17|2 


fa. cl. 15m 6 33 


5 27 


7 44 


4 32 


18 3 


St. Luke 


6 35 


5 25 


8 27 


5 31 


19j 4 


9 sets 7h 5m 


6 36 


5 2i 


9 11 


rises. 


20I 5 




6 38 


5 22 


9 58 


5 32 


21 


6 


% sets 9h 42m 


6 39 


5 21 


10 49 


6 11 


22 


7 




6 40 


5 20 


11 42 


6 55 


23 


B 


Q2 after Trin (f high 


6 42 


5 18 


morn. 


7 48 


24 2| 


Day br. 5h 


6 43 


5 17 


38 


8 49 


25 


3 


^ rises 3h M 


5 44 


5 16 


1 33 


9 57 


26 


4 


T^ sets 8h 55m 


s 45 


5 15 


2 29 


11 7 


27 


5 


9 sets 5h 49m 


5 47 


5 14 


3 22 


morn. 


28 


6 


St. S. <Sb Jude 


5 48 


5 13 


4 14 


19 


29 


7 


4 sets 9h 17m 


5 49 


5 11 


5 5 


1 31 


30 


B ^ 


23 after Trin 


5 51 


5 9 


5 56 


« 48 


31( 2 Id Perigee 16 5.^15 8| 


6 48 


4 2 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 2d do. 
At Tolland, 3d do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. Ac Middletown, 3d do. 



November hath 30 days beginning on Tuesday. 



d 2d llh 20m m. 


® I7d lOh 41m a. 


#0d8h27mA. 


(f)25d4h 11m m. 


M. |\V 


1 Calendar, &:c. | Qr. | O^- |l^'-sea|r.(is. 


T 


3 


AllS'ts. high tides 6 53,5 7, 7 41| 


5 14 


2 


4 


All Souls 


6 54;5 6 8 37 


sets. 


3 


5 


9 sets 6h 53m 


6 55 5 5| 9 35 


5 16 


4 


6 


J\ rises 2h 51m M. 


6 5715 4 10 34 


6 7 


5 


7 


9 6 (i- ^ sets 8hl9m 


6 58'5 3 1 1 33 


7 6 


6 


B 


24 after Trin. 


6 59 5 2aft.30 


8 11 


7 


2 


day br. 5h 2am h 6 (^ 


7 0'5 1 


1 22 


9 15 


8 


3 


rT sets 8h 48m 


7 14 


2 12 


10 20 


9 


4 Qf- cl. 15m 


7 34 59 


2 57 


11 23 


10 


5 (^ rises 2h 46m m. 


7 44.57, 


3 40 


aiorn. 


11 


6 




7 5 4 50 


4 20 


24 


12 


7 


(fApog. 


7 6 4 55 


5 1 


1 23 


13 


B 


25 after Trin. 


7 7 4 54I 


5 41 


2 23 


14 


2 


9 very bril. 


7 7:4 53 


6 22 


3 21 


15 


3 


7* sou. mid. 


7 9 4 51 


7 6 


4 20 


16 


4 


Q rise 6h 39m. 


7 10|4 50 


7 53 


5 21 


17 


5 T7 S3^ 7h 36m. 


7 11|4 49 


8 43 


rises. 


18 


6 


% ..et 8h 1 2m. 


7 124 48 


9 38 


4 52 


19 


7 day br. 5h 33m. (§ high. 


7 134 47 


10 32 


5 54 


20 


B 26 after Trin. 


7 144 46 


11 28 


6 43 


21 


2 (^ rises 2h 37m m. 


7 15 4 45 


morn. 


7 50 


22 


3i 


7 164 44 


25 


8 69 


23 


4 


St.Clem't. 


7 17|4 43 


1 19 


10 10 


24 


5 




7 18'4 42 


2 11 


11 21 


2S 


onsets 6h. 18m 


7 194 41 


3 1 


morn. 


26 


7 j 'Ij. s. 7h 48m. 


7 19,4 41 


3 50 


33 


27 


B Advent d" 6 (§' 


7 20 4 40 


4 40 


I 44 


28 


2|(i Per. 2 Stat. 


7 214 39 


5 31 


2 57 


29 


3 1 9 r. 2h. 30m. m. 


7 224 38 


6 23 


4 12 


30 


U St. And. 


7 22 4 38 


7 19 


5 56 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Norwich 3d, do. 
New Haven, 4th do. 



At 



December hath 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



# Id llh 27m a. 
® 9d 5h 36m a. 
© 17d Ih 58m a. 



)24dllh57mM- 
) 3ld 2h 14m A. 



M. |W.| 



Calendar, &c. 



I Qr. I Qs. iF.Seair.d] 



1 


5 


^ set 6h 48m. ) low. 


7 


23 


4 37 


8 57 


sets. 


2 


6 




7 


24 


4 36 


9 16 


4 49 


3 


7 


? ci ). 


7 


24 


4 36 


10 14 


5 51 


4 


B 


2 in Advent. ^ i ") 


< 


25 


4 35 


11 10 


6 57 


5 


2 


H^6 ). 


7 


25 


4 35 


aft. 2 


8 4 


6 


3 


zTsets 7h. 19m. 


7 


26 


4 34 


49 


9 8 


7 


4 


J rises 2h 22m. m. 


7 


26 


4 34 


1 34 


10 11 


8 


5 




7 


27 


4 33 


2 16 


11 13 


9 


6 


Of. cl. m. 


7 


27 


4 33 


2 56 


morn. 


10 


7 


) apogee. 


7 


28 


4 32 


3 36 


11 


11 


B 


3 in Advent. 


7 


28 


4 32 


4 17 


1 9 


12 


2 


? stationary. 


7 


29 


4 31 


4 59 


2 8 


13 


3 




7 


29 


4 31 


5 44 


3 8 


14 


4 


Insets 6h. 56m. 


7 


29 


4 31 


6 33 


4 9 


15 


5 


d. b. 5h. 44m, 


7 


29 


4 31 


7 25 


5 12 


16 


6 


$ sets 5h. 


7 


30 


4 3i 


8 21 


6 12 


17 


7 




7 


30 


4 30 


9 1£ 


risers. 


18 


B 


infe.d ?0 


7 


30 


4 30 


10 16 


5 36 


19 


2 


Pull tides. 


7 


30 


4 30 


11 U 


6 48 


20 


3 


Tp south Ih. 8m. m. 


7 


30 


4 30 


morn. 


7 59 


21 


4 


J rises 2h. 9m. 


7 


30 


4 30 


7 


9 11 


22 


.'} 


(§ Per. 


7 


30 


4 30 


£8 


10 24 


23 


6 




7 


30 


4 30 


1 48 


11 35 


24 


7 




7 


30 


4 30 


2 37 


morn. 


25 


B 


Christmas. 


7 


30 


4 30 


3 27 


48 


26 


2 


St. Stephen. 


7 


29 


4 31 


4 18 


1 59 


27 


3 


St. John. 


7 


29 


4 31 


5 11 


3 12 


28 


4 


Innocents. 


7 


29 


4 31 


6 7 


4 23 


29 


5 


)hi,^h.? ,^(1. 


7 


29 


4 31 


7 < 


5 29 


30 


G 


71 sets 6h. llm. 


7 


28 


4 32 


8 1 


.6 28 


31 


7 


(g) eclipsed. 


7 


28 


4 32 


8 58 


sets. 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. At L;itch field, 3d do. 
At Tolland, 4th do. At Fairfield, last do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE DEIARTMENT. 

WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

CHARLES HAWLEY, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary $300. 

HIRAM RIDER, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Secretary. 

Salary $84 and Fees of Office. 

HENRY KILBOURN, Comptroller of Public AccHs. 

Salary $1000. 
SETH P. BEER^^Coriwmsioiier of the School Fund. 

Salary $1250. 
PINCKNEY W. 'KLl.^W O'RrTB.^Executive Sec'y. 
JAMES THOMAS, I .y^^Uors 
JAMES B. HOSMER, ^ ^'^^^^<^'^^' 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 





Senators. 


Distric 


It No. 1. 


William Robbins, 2d 


iC 


2. 


Jabez King. 


il 


3. 


Joseph S. Peck. 


a 


4. 


Aaron N. Skinner. 


ti 


5. 


David W. Plumb. 


li 


6. 


James Blackstone. 


ic 


1-/ 


Erastus AYilliams. 


u 


8. 


Henry Strong. 


11 


• 9. 


Samuel C. Selden. 


t( 


10. 


Noah Plumb. 


ti 


11. 


Thomas B. Panton, 


a 


12. 


Joshua B. Ferris, 



SENATORS. 


— n 


District No. 


13. 




14. 




15. 




16. 




17. 




18. 




19. 




20. 




21. 



34 SENATORS. REPRESENTATIVES. 

Joseph Eaton. 
Edward Eldredge. 
Lambert Hitchcock. 
Joseph H. Bellamy. 
Augustus Miles. 
Charles Woodward. 
Joseph H. Ha3^den. 
William A. Foster. 
Elam Loomis. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

CHARLES J. M'CURDY, Speaker. 
William N. Matson, } ^j j. 
Frederick D. Mills, \ ^^^^^' 
hartford county. 
Hartford, Alfred Smith, Samuel Whitman. 
Avon, Erastus W. Washburn. 
Berli7i.* 

Bloomjleld, Reuben Bradle)^ 
Bristol. 

Burlington, Marcus H. Upson. 
Canton, William H. Hallock. 
East Hartford, Luman Hurlbut. 
East Windsor. 
Enfield, Albert Clark. 

Jonathan Pease. 
Farmington. 

Glastenbury, Frary Hale, Jun., 
Asahel Hollister. 
Gratiby, Ezekiel Alderman. 
Edmund Holcomb. 
Hartland, Timothy E. Williams. 
Marlborough, Ezra Hall. 
Manchester. 

Simsbury, Benoni B. Bacon. 
Southington, Francis W. Wilcox, 

John Kirby. 
Suffield, Henry Wright, 

Edwin P. Stephens. 

* Representatives were not chosen in the towns left vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 35 

TVethersfieldj Erastus Latimer, 

Alfred Francis. 
Windsor, Robert M. Abbe, 
Samuel Mather. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Roger S. Baldwin, 
James F. Babcock. 
Bethany, Job Andrew. 
Branford, Levi S. Parsons. 
Cheshire, lueviBrsidley. ^ ij^j^-^ -^ ^-». 

Guilford, George A. Foote, 

Samuel W. Dudley. 
Hamclen, Horace Potter. 
Meriden. 
Madison. 

Middlcbnry, Daniel Clark, 2d. 
Milford, Dennis Beach, 
John Burns, Jr. 
North Branford. 
North Haven, John Beach. 
Orange, Nehemiah Kimberly. 
Oxford, David M. Clark. 
Prospect, Benjamin Piatt. 
Southbury, Samuel Candee. 
Wallingford, Liverius Carrington, 

Ira Tuttle. 
Waterbury, Aaron Benedict, 

Richard Hine. 
Wolcott, Ira Frisbie. 
Woodbridge, Samuel Peck. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, George C. Wilson, 

Stanley G. Trott. 
Norwich, Benjamin W. Tompkins, ^ 

John Dunham. 
Bozrah, Albert G. Avery. 
Colchester, Joseph B. Rogers, 
Joseph Staples. 



36 REPRESENTATIVES. 

East lyyme, 

Franklih, Charles Dunlap. 
Griswold, Oliver Colt. 
Groton, Noah Chapman, 

Elihu Spicer. 
Lisbon, Thomas A. Clark. 
Ledijard, Denison B. Williams. 
Lebanon^ Ebenezer Johnson, 

George Kingsley. 
Lyme, Charles J. McCurdy, 

William Marvin. 
Montville, Edmmid Smith. 
North Stonington, Oliver Hewitt. 

Peleg Clark. 
Preston, George Loring, 

Asa L. Latham. 
Salem, Oramel Whittlesey. 
Stonington, Jeremiah Holmes, 

Stiles Stanton. 
Waterford, Joseph Avery. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Jonathan Bulkley, 
Rufus Blakeman. 
Bridgeport, James Fitch. 
Brookfield, 
Daoibury, Orrin Knapp, 

Henry O. Judd. 
Darien, Edward Sco] field. 
Greenwich, Gideon Close, 

Titus Mead. 
Huntington, Elisha Beardslee. 
Monroe, Judson Curtiss. 
New Canaan, Samuel Raymond. 
New Fail-field, 
Newtown, Josiah S. Tomlinson, 

Abel B. Terrel, 
Norwalk, Clark Bissell, 

Henry Selleck, 
Redding, Thaddeus M. Abbott, 

Morris Hill. 



RErRESENTATIVES. 37 



Ridgefield^ William Lee, 

Samuel S. Olmstead. 
Sherman., Henry Sherwood, 
Stmnford, William T. Minor, 

Josephus Brush. 
Stratford, Judson Peck. 
Trumbull, Abel Mallett. 
Weston, Eli Adams, 

David Patchen. 
Westport, Eliphalet Swift. 
Wilton, 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Elisha Adams. 

Ashford, 

Canterbury, John M. Francis, 

Nathan Allen. 
Chaplin, Joseph Foster, Jr. 
Hampton, William Bennett, Jr. 
Killingly, Thomas Backus, 
Henry Westcott. 
Plainfield, David Gallup, 

Cornell Monroe. 
Pomfret, Lewis Averill, 

Samuel P. Sumner. 
Sterling, John Young. 
Thompson, Jonathan Nichols, 

William Fisher. 
Voluntown, Elisha Potter. 
Windham, Oliver Kingsley, Jr., 

Stowell Lincoln. 
Woodstock, Danforth Childs, 

Moses Lyon, 2d. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Frederick Buell, 

E. Champion Bacon. 
Barlchamsted , Alexander Cleveland, 

Timothy Hayes. 
jBf /5AZem, Charles A. Bloss. 
Canaan, Sidney Ensign, 
George Hawes. 



38 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Colebrook, Edward A. Phelps, 

William Manchester. 
ConivjaU, John R. Harrison, 
Frederick Kellogg. 
Gosherij William Gaylord, 

Miles Hart. 
Harwinion, Allen Birge, 

Moses Beach. 
Kent, John M. Raymond. 
New Hartford J Orrin Goodwin, 

Norman Kellogg. 
New Milfordj Albert N. Baldwin, 

Levi Morris. 
Norfolk, Eden Riggs, 

David L. Dowd. 
Plymouth. 

Roxbury, Abiram Ward. 
Salisbury. 
Sharon, Zacheus W. Bissell, 

Richard Smith. 
Torrington, Uri Taylor, 

Luman Mmisell. 
Warren, George P. Talmadge. 
Washington. 

Watertoivn, Alanson Warren . 
Winchester. 
Woodbury. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETOWN, Noah A. Phelps, 

William Plumb, 2d. 
Chester, Samuel Colt. 
Chathanij Ralph Goodrich, 

Elijah Clark. 
Clinton, David Redfield. 
Durham, John S. Camp. 
Westbrook, Alexander Clarke. 
East Haddam, Edward P. Brownell, 
Eliphalet A. Bulkley. 
Haddam^ Charles Arnold, 

Ephraim Pierson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 39 

Killmgwoiihj Jerry Parmelee, 

Jeremiah Griswold. 
Saybrook^ Benjamin DoAvd, 
Alpheus Starkey. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Ebenezer West, 

Oliver Lord. 
Bolton^ Ahab Smith. 
Columbia^ Joseph Clark. 
Coventry, Roderick Dimmick, 

Nathan Lyman. 
FAlingtov, Jabez Collins. 
Hebron, Epaphroditus Porter, 

Hiram H. Martindale. 
Mansfield, Zalmon Storrs, 
Thomas Clark. 
Stafford, Ephraim H. Hyde, 

Calvin Knight. 
Somers, Richard Pease, 

John Phillips. 
Union, Willard Blodgett, 

Moses C. Sessions. 
Vernon, Nathaniel O. Kellogg. 
Willington, Asa Taylor, 

Elijah Eldridge. 
Cornelius Burt and W. P. Chamberlin, Messengers, 
William Russell, Door-keeper. 



Judicial and Civil Department. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, AND SUPREME COURT OF 
ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Samuel Church, I Henry M. Waite, 

William L. Storks, | Roger M. Sherman, 

Thomas Day, Reporter, 



q:U JUDIClAli AJSD CIVIL. 

Allotment of the Judges of the Swperior Court f 07 
the year 1841 — 2. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. New London County. 

Church, J. Middlesex and Fairfield. 

Waite, J. . New Haven. 

Sherman, J. Litchfield and Windham. 

Storrs, J. Hartford and Tolland. 

winter circuit. 

Williams, C. J. Hartford and Tolland. 

Church, J. New Haven. 

Waite, J. Windham and Middlesex. 

Sherman, J. Fairfield and New London. 

Storrs, J. Litchfield. 



Allotment of the Judges of the County Court for 

1841 — 2. 
Joseph Eaton, Windham, New London and Tolland 
Counties. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, New Haven and Hartford. 
Ansel Sterling, Litchfield, Fairfield and Middlesex. 

Judges of the County Courts, 
Joseph Eaton, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Ansel Sterling. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

county court. 
George Merrick, ) 

Dudley Humphrey, > CommissiGners. 
Martin Kellogg, ) 

James H. Holcomb, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF- the PEACE. 

Hartford.— J osei)]i Pratt, Jeremiah Brov/n, Seth Terry, 
Nathan Johnson, Cyprian Nichols, Isaac Toucey, Jere- 
my Hoadley, Jonathan Law, John M. Niles, Charles 
Shepard, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, James M 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

oodwin, Albert Day, Samuel H. Huntington, Solomon 
Porter, Simeon Arnold, Gideon Welles, Benning Mann, 
Royal R. Hinman, David F. Robinson, Nathaniel Good- 
win, Charles Chapman, Charles L. Porter, Job Allyn, 
Erastus Smith, William Hayden, Walter Mitchell, Ste- 
Iphen Spencer, Nathan Preston, William R. Cone, Thom- 
as H. Seymour, Oliver E. Williams, Solomon S. Flagg, 
Samuel Talcott, James H. Holcomb, Francis Fellowes, 
Jabez W. Giddings, William Bigelow, Olcott Allen, 
James G. Bolles, Silas B. Hamilton, Ezra White, Jr., 
Richard G. Drake, Eliphalet Averill, Alexander H. Pom- 
roy, Gurdon Robins, Daniel Crowell, Simeon L. Loomis, 
Samuel H. Parsons, Edward Goodman, Augustus Flagg, 
Charles H. Tuthill, Henry Francis, Barzillai Hudson, 
Jesse Savage, Leonard Kennedy, Jr., John Barnard, 2d., 
James C. Walkley. 

Avon. — Francis Woodford, Darius Sperry, Marcus Day, 
Samuel Bishop, Amasa Woodford, Truman Woodford, 
Zera Woodford, Luther Woodford. 

Berlin. — William Bowers, Roswell Moore, Jr., Horatio 
Gridley, Emmet A. Parker, Henry Nash, Cyprian Good- 
rich, Elisha M. Hall, Eliphalet Howard, Samuel Hart, 2d, 
Edmond North, James B. Carpenter, Justus Bulkley, 
Horace Butler, Norman Woodruff, Wm, H. Smith, Sam- 
uel Kelaey, George M. Sanders, John Ellis, Benjamin 
Allen, Joseph Booth, Jr., Lotan Porter, Jacob S. Bran- 
degee. 

Bloomfield. — Hiram Roberts, David W. Grant, Hiram 
Thrall. 

Bristol. — Tracy Peck, George Mitchell, Charles G. 
Ives, Thomas Mitchell, Elisha Manross, Rensellaer Up- 
son, Zelotes C. Grant. 

Burlington. — Elisha Hotchkiss, Enoch Cornwall, Mar- 
cus H. Upson, Joseph S. Peck, Billy Gaylord, Ira Mason. 

Ca?iton. — Ephraim Mills, Wm. H. Hallock, Loin 
Humphrey, Lancel Foot, Sherman Osborn, Isaac Mills, 
Abiel Brown, Edmund Case, Simeon Woodruff, Samuel 
Barber, John W. Hager, Jairus Case, Israel W. Graham, 
Henry A. Shepard, Luther Higley. 






42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

EoM Hartford. — Samuel L. Pitkin, Elihu Smith, Daniel 
Easton, Ashbel Olmsted, Samuel Kennedy, Joseph Spen 
cer, James Hills, Orrin Forbes, Williams Pratt, J esse! 
Judson, Truman B. House, Abner Hale, Austin Hall,! 
Owen P. Olmsted. 

East Windsor. — Eli B. Haskell, Timothy Ellsworth, 
William Barnes, Alexander Wells, Herman Hall, Joseph 
S. Bartlett, Horace White, Horace Newbury, Israel 
Stiles, William H. Thompson, Ralph R. Rollo, John Mor- 
ton, William Parsons, Matthew Reed. 

Enfield, — Jabez T. Taylor, Charles Clark, Jabez Col- 
lins, Edward Hoskins, George W. Martin, Aholiab John- 
son, Jonathan Pease, Norman Allen, Elam Pease. 

Farmincrton. — Egbert Cowles, Roderick Stanley, Henry 
Lewis, Wm. A. Ives, Simeon Hart, Giles Stillman, John 
Hooker, Cornelius R. Williams, Wm. Crampton. 

Glastenhnry . — Pardon Brown, George Merrick, Henry 
Dayton, Asahel Hollister, Solomon Cole, Walter Hale, 
William H. Turner, Thaddeus Welles, Frary Hale, Jr., 
William J. Cornell, George Plummer, Jared Strickland, 
Aristobulus Brainard, Oswin Wells, Leonard E. Hale. 

Granhy. — Daniel Hayes, Charles T. Hillyer, Abner 
Case, Anson Bates, Oliver Alderman, Cullen Hayes, 
Joshua R. Jewett, Justus D. Wilcox, Stephen W. Corn- 
wall, Justus R. Stephens, Ansel Cooley, Abraham Hol- 
comb, Mourton Cornish, Samuel Benjamin, Jr., Edmund 
Holcomb, Willard Griffin, Samuel Weed, Truman Allen. 

Hartland. — Nathaniel Bosworth, Ezra Doolittle, Wil- 
liam Selby, Henry Griswold, Nathaniel Gaylord, Austin 
Ensign, Samuel Blakesley, Erastus Beman, Anson B. 
Tiffany, Lester Cowdry, Thomas Beman, Eleazer En- 
sign. 

Marlborough. — George Foote, Enos H. Buell, William 
Finley, David Phelps, 2d., Russel Bigelow. 

Manchester. — Ralph R. Phelps, Elisha Andrus, Sidney 
Pitkin, Minor White, James Wetherell, Lewis Bunce, 
Salmon Lyman, Henry Phelps, Simeon A. Spencer, Lo- 
rin Carpenter, John J. Slater, Leonard Bidwell, George 
W. Griswold. 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

S''hsbunj. — Elisha Phelps, John O. Pettibone, Zelotes 

helps, Lewis Dickinson, Averit Wilcox, Allen Pinney, 

Mamie Case, Benoni B. Bacon, Julius Chapman, Rich- 

ird Bacon, Jeffrey O. Phelps, Henry Ely, Ashbel Moses. 

SoiU/im^ion. — Romeo Lowrey, Theodore Byington, Ste- 
phen Waikley, Julius S. Barnes, Root Gridley, Jesse 
Olney, Isaac Shepard, Asahel Newel, Selah Lewis, Col- 
ling-wood Hart. 

Suffidd. — David Hale, Julius Haraion, Samuel Norris, 
Julius C. Sheldon, Calvin Freeman, Harvey Bissell, Da- 
vid Hastings, Daniel W. Norton, Albert Kent, Israel 
Harmon, Artemas King, Edward P. Stephens, Parks 
Loomis, Curtis Warner. 

Wethersfield. — Samuel Galpin, Ashbel Robertson, Wm. 
Robbins, 2d., Henry Bulkley, John Francis, Robert Rob- 
bins, Selden Miner, Elizur Goodrich, Abner Griswold, 
Alfred Francis, Wm. Deming, Homer Camp, Robert 
Francis, Jr., Nehemiah Stephens, Amos Pilsbury. 

Windsor. — Henry Sill, James Loomis, Giles Ellsworth, 
Wm. Howard, Walter Thrall, Harlow Moore, Samuel O. 
Hollister, Henry Halsey, Charles H. Dexter. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Thomas C. Perkins, State Attorney. 

Hartford. — Nathaniel Terry, Walter Mitchell, Joseph 
Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, 
William Hungerford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac 
Toucey, Charles Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. 
Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Charles 
Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, William 
R. Cone, James H. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, Benning 
Mann, Richard G. Drake, James F. Dixon, Henry Per- 
kins, Francis Fellowes, Wm. N. Matson, Thomas H. 
Seymour, Chauncey Howard, Thomas M. Day, Charles 
H. Tuthill John Brockelsby, Jr., John W. Seymour, John 
C. Waikley, John Comstock, Thomas S. Williams, 2d. 

Berlin. — Ira E. Smith, Henry Nash, {New Britain.') 

East Windsor. — William Barnes. 

Enfield. — Aholiab Johnson, Frederick M. Walker. 

Farmington. — John Hooker. 



^^ JUUIUIAL. AJ\D CIVIL 

Glastenbury, South — George Merrick. 
Grafily—SilRs Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anso 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 
Manchester— R^l^h R. Phelps, George W. Griswold 
Simsbury—Elishdi Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 
Southington—Ro^ei Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey 
Siiffield—WiWid.-m Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Sheriff— Gilbert Allen, office Hartford. 
Deputy Sheriffs— mr^/^r^, Walter Harris; Farming 
ton,B.emy Cowles; Enfield, George C. Owen; SuMeld 
Paul Harmon; Granby, Erastus Holcomb; Windsor 
Anson Loomis ; BHstol, Asa Bartholomew, Jr. ; Berlin 
bherlock C. Hall; East Windsor, Samuel W. Thompson 
Canton, William B. Cooley; Simsbury, Chauncey E. Eno 
Manchester, Silas H. Cutler. 

Jailer— N. H. Morgan, iJ^r^^r^. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY, 

county court. 
Selah Strong, ^ 

DeGrasse Maltby, > Commissioners. 
James D. Wooster ) 

John Beach, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 
JosEHH Darling, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Nevj Haven. — Henry White, Joseph N. Clark, Elia 
Gilbert, Dennis Kimberly, Roger S. Baldwin, Robinson S 
Hinman, John Beach, David W. Buckingham, Benjami] 
Beecher, Charles A. Ingersoll, Isaac H. Townsend 
Luther Gilbert, Henry C. Flagg, William B. Bristol 
Henry T. Huggins, Isaac Leavenworth, Charles Robinson 
William H. Ellis, Mathew H. Read, Henry Peck, Obadial 
Pease, George B. Rich, David Kimberly, Eleazer K 
Foster, Ezekiel Gilbert, Nathaniel Booth, William Bud 
dington, Nathaniel R. Clark, Charles J. Allen, John S 
Rice, Enos A. Prescott, Abraham A. Thompson, Charle 
T. Shelton, John Durrie, Robert H. Osborne, Levi H 
Young, John Hunt, Newton Wheeler, Jonathan Stoddard 
Samuel Kent. 



DErARTMENTS. 45 

Bethany. — Archibald A. Perkins, Hezekiah Thomas, 
reorge F. Peck, Jason W. Bradley, Oliver Buckingham, 
)aniel Tolles, William A. Clark. 

Bradford. — Samuel Frisbie, Chandler Barker, Samuel 
Jooke, 2d., William Tyler, Elijah Linsley, Abraham 
Logers, Jr., William Plant, Lucius Elliott. 

Cheshire. — Burrage Beach, Silas Hitchcock, Benajah 
ves, Edward A. Cornwall, Elihu Yale, Nathan Booth, 
>amuel A. Morse, Elias Gaylord, 2d, Samuel Williams, 
jcwis Perkins, George Bristol, Ambrose R. Barnes. 

Derby. — Leman Chatfield, Lyman Osborn, Lyman 
Smith, 3d., Hiram Upson, Isaac J. Gilbert, Joseph P. Can- 
eld, Almon Smith, An^or Davis, Augustus Tomlinson, 
ohn L Howe, Shelden Smith, Jr., Ransom Tomlinson. 

East Haven. — Lester Keep, Ruel Andrews, Hoadley 
5ray, Josiah J. Ward, Jeremiah B. Davidson, DeGrasse 
klaltby, Willis Hemingway. 

Guilford. — William Spencer, Joel Tuttle, Ralph D. 
smith, Joel Canfield, Benjamin Rossiter, William M. 
Dudley, John Burgis, Ammi Fowler, Reuben Stone. 

Hamden. — Jared Bassett, Ambrose Tuttle, Loyal F. 
fodd, Elihu Dickerman, Elam Griffin, Jared Foot, Lewis 
leaton, Hervey Bradley. 

Madison. — Walter P. Hunger, Galen Dowd, Jonathan 
?. Todd, Jesse Crampton, James H. Benton, Daniel Hill, 
^"athanW. Hopson, Enos A. Rogers, William Blatchley. 

Meriden. — Benajah Andrews, James S. Brooks, Amos 
IJurtiss, Nathaniel C. Sanford, Nathan F. Goodrich, 
Albert Foster, Levi Yale, 2d., Stephen Atkins, Levi Foster, 
■Isabel Merriam, Orsamus Crocker. 

Middlebury. — Nathaniel Richardson, Leonard Bronson, 
iVilliam Bronson, Ebenezer Smith, Samuel Clark. 

Milford. — Abijah Carrington, Selah Strong, William 
Strong, Anon Clark, Barnabas Woodcock, Charles Clark, 
[saac Tibbal^, Samuel Beach, Nathaniel Smith, John 
Burns, Jr., David Miles. 

North Branford. — Elizur Harrison, Julius Maltby, Na- 
;haniel S. Smith, Jasper Munroe, Lambert Harrison, 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL I 

Benjamin Page, Jr., Harmon H. Williams, Anson Bali 
win. I 

North Haven. — Daniel Pierpont, Eleazer Warner, Jess, 
Brockett, Byard Barnes, David T. Bishop. 

Orange. — Nathan Merwin, Lyman Law, Aaron Clark 
Jr., Nehemiah Kimberly. 

Oxford.— No?i\i Stone, Samuel Meigs, Elias Scott 
Reuben B. Curtiss, Harvey W. Upson, Sheldon Church 
John Davis, Jr., Alfred Harger, Lucian Baldwin, Simeoi 
Hinman^ Russell Wooster. 

Prospect. — Lauren Presto .1, Ransom R. Russell, Andrew 
Smith, Horace Porter. 

Southbury. — Edward Hinman, Anthony Burritt, Joh] 
Pierce, Titus Pierce, Henry Downs, David Piatt, Charle 
Hicock, George Smith, Erastus Pierce, Mitchel M. Can 
field, Joseph M. Wheeler, Erastus Osborne. 

Wallingford. — Malachi Cook, Elisha M. Pomero} 
Lyman Parker, Street Jones, Randall Cook, Abiel Childs 
William Williams. 

Waterhury. — Bennett Bronson, Andrew Bryan, Joe 
Hinman, Moses Hall, Timothy Porter, Anson Downs 
Enoe W. Frost, Norton J. Buel, Elihu Hitchcock, Gile 
Hotchkiss, William H. Hine, Henry Hine, Jesse Woos 
ter, Isaac S. Johnson. 

Wolcott.—AYc\ii\>d\^ Minor, Mark Tuttle, Williai] 
Bartholomew, Carlos R. Byington, George G. Alcotl 
Isaac Hough. 

Woodbridge. — Bevel P. Smith, James J. Baldwin, Johi 
Lines, William M. Osborne. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, State Attorney. 
New Haven. — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger S 
Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, Henr; 
C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, William W. Boardmaii 
Isaac H. Town send, Henry White, Silas Mix, Williar 
B. Bristol, Robinson S. Hinman, Jonathan Stoddarc 
Charles Robinson, Richard Fitzgerald, Robert H. Osborr 
Thomas Bennett, Charles T. Shelton, E. K. Foster, WiJ 
liam J. Flagg, John S. Rice. 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Cheshire. — Burra^e Beach . 

Derby. — Ira L. Ufford, Alfred Blackman, {Humphreys' 
lie.) 

Guilford.— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden. — Benajah Andrews. 

Sonthbiiry. — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbv.ry.— Joel Hinman, Bennett Bronson, N. J. 
uell, {Naugaktck.) 

Sheriff. — Chart.es W. Curtiss, AVm' Haven. 
Deputies. — David H. Carr, Neio Haven; William Peck, 
'heshire ; David B. Clark, Derby; Amos Seward, Guil- 
^rd ; Joel H. Guy, Meriden ; Leander Parmelee, Wal- 
ns^jford ; Henry W. Spencer, Waterbury. 

Jailer. — Stanton Pendleton, New Haven. 
William Starr, Deputy. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

John A. Rockwell, ^ 

Zebulon Brockway, > Co7nmissioners. 

William Randall, Jr. } 

John De Witt, Cle7'k. 

James Stedman, Clerk of Superior Court. 

Joseph Williams, County Treasurer. 

justices of the peace. 

Neic London. — Jirah Isham, William F. Brainard, 
'homas S. Perkins, Sabin K. Smith, Daniel B. Hemp- 
:ead, Henry Douglass, Abel T. Sizer, Daniel Whitmore, 
lenry Harris, John Congdon, Mark Edgar, Samuel Mox- 
;y, Jr., Charles Treadway, Silas R. Mason, John Grace, 
*eter D. Irish, Leonard Dart, Andrew C. Lippitt, William 
!. Crump, John P. C. Mather, Nathan Belcher. 

Norwich. — Joseph Williams, James Stedman, John 
lyde, Henry Strong, Roswell Morgan, Isaac Story, 
reorge Hill, John A. Rockwell, LaFayette S. Foster, 
reorge Perkins, Lewis Hyde, Joseph O. Hopkins, John 
)e Witt, Ephraim R. Otis, George B. Ripley, Oliver 
Voodworth, Charles J. Lanman, Gurdon Chapman, 
limeon Thomas, Isaac Bromley, Ebenezer Learned, Jr., 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL I 

William L. Cooley, Erastus Went worth, William ] 
WilcoXj Roger HuntiDgton. 

Bozrah. — Gardner Avery, Elijah Huntington, Williai 
Kelly, John W. Haughton, Brewster Lee, Havilh 
Mowry, Christopher LeSingw^ell. 

Colchester. — John Isham, Avery Morgan, Samuel Ke 
logg, Joseph Staples, George Way, Frederick Morgai 
Marvin W. Hutchins, John C. Bulkley, Henry Worthing 
ton, Alfred I. Loomis, David Sperry, Newhall Taintc 
Aaron E. Emmons, Russell Wyles, Appleton R. Park. 

East Lyme. — Peter Comstock, Joel Loomis, Edward 1 
Warren, John L.Smith, Elisha Beckwith, Richard Hun 
ley, Daniel Watrous, Job Tubbs, Richard W. Lee, Josej: 
H. Latimer, Jared Turner, James Fitch, Avery Smit 
William L. Payne. 

Franklin. — Alvin Abel, Jason W. Kingsley, Comfort I 
Fillemore, Henry Hazen, George S. Hartshorn, BuelLad 

Groton. — Nathan Daboll. Noyes Barber, Joseph Darfe; 
Stephen Haley, Sanford Stark, Moses J. Culver, Caleb IV 
Williams, Benjamin Burrows, Elisha Morgan, Jam( 
Gallup, Ozias Buddington, Nathan F. Dennison, Zebadia 
Gates, Albert Edgecomb, Albert L. Avery, Robert I 
Avery, William P. Randall, Nathan G. Fisk, Elish 
Starr, Benjamin F. Stoddard, Silas Bebee. 

Griswold. — Elisha Patridge, Samuel C. Morgan, Natha 
Stanton, John W. Fanning, Daniel Huntington, Frederic 
Brewster, Archibald Fry, Daniel M. Lester, Jame 
Averill, Benjamin F. Billings, Charles Kimball, Charle 
E. Leonard, Lucius Tyler. 

Lijr/ie. — Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. Selden, Jr. 
Charles J. McCurdy, William Marvin, Zebulon Brocli 
way, Oliver Raymond, Stephen J. Lord, Nathan Tiifan} 
Lodowick Bill, Charles L. Peck, Richard Ely, John C. IVJ 
Brockway, Samuel S. Warner, Oliver I. Lay, George E 
Chadwick, David M. Jewett, Samuel J. Beckwith, Ricli 
ard L. Lord, William Colt, Mathew Griswold, Jr., Samue 
D. Sill. 

Lebanon. — Asahel Dewey, Thomas Babcock, Elish 
Waterman, Peleg Thomas, Henry H. Abel, Caleb Hay 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

ard, Thomas J. Kino^sley, Learned Hebard, Eliphalet 

untington, Eliphalet Abel. 

L^chjard. — John Brewster, James Geer, George Ayer, 
[William Browning, Henry W. Avery, William M. Wil- 
liams, Samuel W. Wood, Ebenezer Stoddard, William 
Morgan, Russell Gallup, Erastus Williams, Franklin 
Brewster, Ralph Hurlbut, 2d., George W, Avery, John S. 
Lester, Isaac Bailey, John I. Newton, James Rose, John 
W. Miner, Amos Geer, Lodowick Gallup, Denison B. 
Williams. 

Lisbon. — Nathan Brooks, Ebenezer Allen, Luther Fuller, 
Hirjim Tarbox, Henry R. Robbins, Elisha P. Potter, Levi 
C. Corning, Thomas A. Clark. 

Montville. — Nicholas Bishop, Thomas Strickland, Na- 
thaniel B. Bradford, Joseph L. Chapman, Calvin BoUes, 
MulfordC. Raymond, William Raymond, John G. Fitch, 
Nathaniel Parish, Charles Allen, Albert G. Darrow, 
Henry C. Beardslee, William B. Dolbear, George G. 
Latimer, John B, Rogers. 

North S'onington. — William Randall, Jr., Latham Hull, 
Israel P. Park, Elias Hewitt, Peleg Clark, Oliver Hewitt, 
Ephraim Weeler, John D. Gallup, Ezra Hewitt, Ansel 
Coats, Thomas Browning, Asher Prentice, Enoch B. 
Pendleton, Nathaniel M. Crary, Cyrus W. Brown, Jr., 
Samuel B. Wheeler, Russell B. Coats, Henry Crandall, 
Gurdon S. Crandall, Allen Wheeler, Charles H. Babcock. 

Preston. — Isaac Gallup, Jeremiah S. Halsey, Joshua 
Barstow, Walter Holden, Mundator T.Richards, Stephen 
Tyler, John A. Williams, Edwin Palmer, Isaac H. Cook, 
David Baldwin, William P. Witter. 

Salem. — David Patten, Ebenezer A. Packer, Abel Rath- 
3one, Nathan Minard, James Lamb, David Beckwith, Levi 
H. Goddard, Israel Beckwith, Moses Palmer, Seth W. 
Loomis, John C. Daniels, Amos J, Fuller, Orrimel Whit- 
lesey. 

S'oning!on.T— George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Benjamin 

Pomeroy, Gurdon Trambull, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha 

^axon, Jr., John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry H. 

Warding, George W. Noyes, Abel Hinkley, Charles Ben- 

4 



50 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

nett, Pitts D. Frink, Daniel Bentley, George Sheffield 
Benjamin F. Palmer, William C. Morse, Charles Sabinl 
Jeremiah Holmes, Charles Mallory, John W. Hull, No ye: 
Palmer, Nathan Smith, Joseph Noyes, Jr., John P. Wil- 
liams. 

Waterford. — Jonathan Comstock, William Gorton, 
Philip Morgan, Thomas Chester, David Rogers, 2d,, 
Comstock Dart, Enoch D. Ames, Isaac Watrous, Henry 
Gardner, Benjamin Jerome, Thomas Manwarring, Samuel 
Fox, Jr., Nathaniel Chapman, Gordon T. Chappell 
William Champion, Thomas L. Fox, Joseph Avery, Johr 
C. Birch. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

JiRAH Is HAM, State Attorney. 

New London. — Lyman Law, William P. Cleaveland 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, Wil 
liam F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, Nathan Belcher 
Wm. C. Crump, Andrew C. Lippitt, John P. C. Mather 

Norwich. — Calvin Goddard, John Hyde, Joseph Wil 
Hams, James Stedman, George Hill, Roswel Morgan 
Henry Strong, William H. Law, Lafayette S. Foster 
George Perkins, John T. Wait, Ebenezer Learned, Jr. 
Chauncey F. Cleaveland, James A. Hovey. 

Colchester. — Samuel A. Peters, A. R. Park. 

Griswold. — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lyme. — Charles J. McCurdy. 

Salem — Levi H. Goddard. 

Stonington. — George Hubbard, Benjamin Pomeroy 
{Head of Mystic.') Elias Brown, Charles Sabin. 

Sheriff. — Alexander Stewart. 

Deputies. , Nsm London; Stephen Tracy 

George Bliss, A^(9r?^icA; Roger Bailey, i^e^aTtt'?^; Roswel 
Allyn, Ledyard ; Daniel Bulkeley, Colchester; Benjamii 
F. States, Stonington. 

Jailers. — Calvin Lester, New London; Francis B. Lei 
Norwich. 



DEPARTMENTS. 51 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. , 

Abram D. Baldwin, i 

Wait S. Northrop, ?• Commissioners. 

Harvey Smith, 7 

Thomas Robinson, Clerk, 

Timothy T. Merwin, Clerk of Superior Court. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Treasurer, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield, — Jeremiah Sturges, Rufas Blackman, William 
Nichols, Thomas B. Osborne, John S. Wilson, David 
Cooley, Jessup Banks, Thomas Robinson, Lyman Banks, 
Jr., Samuel A. Nichols, Jessup Alvord, Joseph Bartram, 
David S. Sherwood, Ebenezer Beers, Timothy Burr, 
Moses A. Sherwood, Jeremiah T. Dennison. 

Danbury. — Reuben Booth, John S. Blackman, Edward 
Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Ezra B. Stevens, Orrin 
Knapp, George Andrews, Elias S. Sanford, Oliver Stone, 
Ezra Mallory, Richard Osbom, Eli Hamilton, Charles 
Rider, James Beebe, Nelson L. White, Benjamin M. Am> 
bier, Silas H. Hickok, Frederick Seely, Oliver Shepard, 
Timothy B. Hickok, Charles S. Smith. 

Bridgeport.— IsR^c Sherman, Henry Dutton, Philip A. 
Cannon, Mathew Curtiss, James Fitch, Philo Hurd, Dan- 
iel O. Wheeler, Josiah Hubbell, Joseph B. French, Ira 
Sherman, Wm. H. Noble, James C. Loomis, Daniel 
Watch, Jr., Benjamin S. Smith, Dwight Morris, George 
Waters, Titus C. Mather. 

Broolfield. — Ebenezer Blackman, Wait S. Northrop, 
Charles Hawley, Elijah Sturdevant, Zalmon Goodsell, 
Hubbell Wildnian, John F. Bennett, Amos L. Williams, 
Bryent Smith. 

Darien. — Abram Clock, Holly Beil, Joseph Mather, Jr., 
Charles H. Waterbury, Jonathan Bates, Edward Scofield. 

Greenwich. — Alvan Mead, Selah Savage, Jonathan A. 
Close, Beal B. Lockwood, Joseph Brush, Erastus Rundle, 
Drake Mead, Henry Rich. 

Huntington. — Lemuel Beardslee, Lewis Downs, Daniel 
Bennett, Hanson S. Edwards, Garry Perry, Edwin Shel- 



52 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

ton, Truman Blackman, Charles Tomlinson, Thomai| 
Burlock, Jonathan Buckley, Charles C. Tomlinson. 

Monroe. — Cyrus W. Beardslee, Charles Cartiss, Agaij 
Lewis, James W. Hawley, George P. Curtiss, Asa Hayes, 
Ezra Beardslee, Charles B. Clarke, Henry Lewis, Levi 
Edwards, Henry S. Wheeler. 

New Canaan. — Watts Comstock, Joseph Silliman, 
Thomas S. Husted, Peter Smith, Samuel Raymond. 

Neio Fairfield. — Am i Rogers, Stephen Hopkins, Alva 
S. Pierce, Isaac Knapp, Reuben Hodge, David Barnum, 
Horace Hodge. 

Newtown. — Jacob Beers, David H. Belden, David V. B. 
Baldwin, George Bradley, Walter Clarke, Theophilus 
Nichols, John Dick, Lanson N. Beers, Isaac M Sturges, 
Thomas Blackman, Frederick D. Mills, Charles B. Booth, 
Alexander Hall, Charles C. Warner. 

Norwalk. — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Timothy 
T. Merwin, Noah Wilcox, Stephen Smith, William 
J. Street, John A. Weed, Thomas B. Butler, Asa E. 
Smith, Samuel St. John, James Ctuintard, Henry Selleck, 
George Hoyt, Joseph P. Hanford, Matthew Wilcox, Jo- 
seph W. Hubbell. 

Reddins;. — Aaron Sanford, Jr., Jonathan R. Sanford, 
Thomas B. Fanton, Cortes Merchant, Walker Bates, Da- 
vid S. Duncomb, Thaddeus M. Abbott, George Hull, Mat- 
thew Gregory. 

Ridgefiell. — Harvey Smith, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d., Na- 
than Smith, Hezekiah Scott, Elias Burchard, Hugh S. 
Banks, Major Boughton, William Lee, George Keeler, 
Henry Smith, 2d., William Sherwood, Eli Rockwell. 

Stamford. — Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, 
Smith R. Sibley, Joshua B.Ferris, Sands Adams, Abisha 
Scofield, William H. Holly, William T. Minor, John W. 
Leeds, Abel Reynolds, John R. Leeds, Philo Weed, Jo* 
seph D. Warren^ William W. Holly, Nathaniel D. Haight 

Stratford.— D 3. vid Brooks, Elijah Booth, Josiah Gorham, 
Job Peck, John Goulding, Oliver Beardsley, David P. Jud- 
son, Lewis Wells, Edward Johnson, Isaac J. Booth, Elijah 
Curtiss, Charles Gilbert. 

Sherman. — David Northrop, Frederick Edwards, James 
N. Page, Horace Hungerford, Levi Leach, Morris Barnes, 



DEPARTMENTS. 53 

5amuel Giddings, Edward Briggs, Jedediah Graves, John 
u. Northrop. 

Trumbull. — Elijah Middlebrook, David Beach, Alii 
Brinsmade, Francis Beach, Birdseye B. Plumb, Samuel 
Lyon, E. Beach Middlebrook, David Hawley, Stephen S. 
Kiallett, Samuel Beardsley, Hezekiah S. Nichols, Plumb 
X. Fairchild, Luzon W. Clark. 

Wilton. — Erastus Sturges, Isaac M. Sturges, Samuel 
Scott, James F. Chapman, Charles Mar\rin, George A. 
Davenport, Samuel Davenport, Samuel F. Lambert, Geo. 
B[. Randall. 

Weston. — Oliver C. Sanford, Walker Sherwood, Eli 
\dams, Zenas Johnson, John Edwards, Bradford Winton, 
Edward Hill, Walker Lyon, Hanford Nichols, Lloyd 
Seelev, Matthew Buckley, Eliphalet Coley. 

Wdstport. — Eliphalet Swift, Thomas F." Rowland, Alva 
jrray, John Gray, John Gray, 2d., C.W. Taylor, Hezekiah 
fVllen. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Henry Dutton, Slate Attorney, (Bridgeport.) 

Fairfield. — Thomas B. Osborne, Thomas Robinson, 
Southport.) 

Bridgeport. — Mark Moore, Henry Dutton, William B. 
S'oble, James C. Loomis, T. Dwight Morris. 

Brookfield. — Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackman. 

Danbury. — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
rhomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hickok, 
'kelson White. 

Monro3. — Cyrus H. Beardslee, H. S. Wheeler. 

Newtoivn. — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden, 
saac M. Sturges. 

Norwalk. — Clark Bissell, James B. Butler, Timothy T. 
llerwin, Thomas B. Butler* 

Stamford. — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Henry 
V. Mitchell. 

Westport.—EA.i^\idlei Swift. 

Sheriff. — Starr Ferry, {Bethel,) DaThbunj. 
Deputies. — George Peck, Fairfield; William H. Banks, 



54 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 1 

Datibury; George Wade, Bridgeport; Josiah B. Fairchild,! 
Ncwtovm; Davis Lockwood, Stamford; David Lewis. 
Huntington; Jonathan Camp, Jr., Norvmlk ; Horace Fan- 
ton, Weston; Daniel Burr, Westport; Barney Bartram, 
Redding. 
Jailers. — John Curtiss, Fairfield; Simeon Keeler, Dan- 
bury, 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Solomon Payne, i 
John Payne, > Commission jts. 

Jonathan Nichols, > 
P. Tyler, Clerk of Superior and County Courts, 
Samuel Webb, Treasurer. 



justices of the peace. 

Brooklyn. — Adams White, Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel 
P. Tyler, John Day, Uriel Fuller, Nathaniel Martin, Sam- 
uel Cady, Nathan Witter, Jr. 

Ashford. — Daniel Kno^lton, Amasa Lyon, Michael 
Richmond, Ebenezer Chaffee, Leonard Der^n, Benjamin 
C. Simmons, Jared D. Richmond, Henry Work, John B. 
Adams, Theophilus Chandler, Earl C. Preston, Reuben 
Marcy, Uriah B. Carpenter, Charles Snell. 

Canterbury. — Andrew J. Judson, Solomon Paine, Ches- 
ter Lyon, Walter Williams, Samuel L. Hough, Isaac 
Backus, Charles Adams, John Kendall, Joseph Famham, 
Abijah Deering, John Witter, Roswell Ensworth, Harvey 
Dyer. 

Chaplin. -^Oxi^en Bennett, Luther Ripley, William Mar- 
tin, Thomas Martin, James Utley, Darius Knight, John 
Clarke, Abel Ross, Luther Ashley, Frederick Storrs, Por- 
ter B. Peck, Thomas Hough. 

Hampton. — -Ebenezer Griffin, Philip Pearl, Royal Cope- 
land, Jonathan Clarke, Mason Cleveland, Joseph Prentiss, 
Josiah C. Jackson, Elias Burnham, Dyer Hughes, Jr., Jes- 
se Burnham, Walter Ashley, Asa Burnham, 



DEPAKTMENTS. 55 

Killin^hj. — Arba Covel, Thomas Backus, William 
Alexander, Nathan Wood, Norman Kelley, Nichols A. 
Durfee, Justin Hammond, Jabez Amesbury, Mowry Sayles, 
Elisha Danielson, James H. Hutchins, William Law, 
Holden Torrey, Joseph W. Torrey. 

Plawfidd. — John Dunlap, Jonathan GofF, Erastus Les- 
ter, Francis B; Johnson, Amos Witter, Joseph S. Glad- 
ding, Cornell Monroe, Henry Sabin, Lemuel Woodward, 
Allen Harris, Silas Bailey, Daniel Packer, Joseph Hutch- 
ins, Vincent Hinckley, Joseph Spalding. 

Povjfrct. — George Sharpe, Job Williams, Charles Chan- 
dler, Robert D. Sharpe, George H. Perrin, Elisha Lord, 
George B. Mathewson, Edward Eldredge, Winthrop O. 
Green, Charles I. Grosvenor, Charles Osgood, Joseph 
Scarborough. 

Thom'pso)i. — George Earned, Simon Davis, Jonathan 
Nichols, Talcott Crosby, John J. Green, George Earned, 
Jr., Edward Aldrich, Harvey Lamson, Nehemiah T. 
Adams, Nelson S. Eddy, Joseph B. Gay, William Fisher. 

SLeiims!;. — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow, Obed Perkins, 
John Gallup, Daniel Ladd, Ira Freeman, John P. Kasson, 
John Young, Willi-am B. Young. 

Volun'own. — Daniel Kegwin, Gershom Palmer, Har- 
vey Campbell, John E. Lindl-ey, Benjamin Gallup, Jr., 
Henry Wylie, William S. Gordon. 

Windham. — John Baldwin, Calvin Hebard, Thomas 
Gray, Stowell Lincoln, David L. Fuller, John Palmer, 
Zepheniah Palmer, Roswell Moulton, Daniel Tracy, Eli- 
sha Williams, Royal Jennings, Lloyd E. Baldwin. 

Woods' oil: — Ebenezer Stoddard, John Paine, Wheeler 
Philips, TheophilusB. Chandler, John F. Williams, John 
FoAvler, Charles Smith, EzraChild, Daniel Lyman, Rhodes 
Arnold, Rufus S. Mathewson, Danforth Childs, James 
Lamson, Hezekiah Bishop, Eleazer Corbin, Rodney Mar- 
tin, Elias Skinner. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan A. Welch, Slate Attorney. 
BrooJdyn.—Jom.ih<m A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Uriel 
Fuller. 
Ashford. — Jared D. Richmond. 



56 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Hampton. — Joseph Prentiss. 

Killingly. — Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield. — Francis B, Johnson. ; 

Pomfret. — ^John Holbrook. 

Thompson. — George Larned, Simon Davis, E. "Wright, 
"William S. Scarborough, Thomas E. Graves. 

Windham. — John Baldwin, Thomas Gray, Calvin He- 
bard, G. S. Catlin, John Baldwin, Jr. 

Woodstock. — John McClellen, Ebenezer Stoddard, John 
F. Williams. 

Sheriff. — John Gallup, 3d., Brooklyn. 
Deputies. — Benjamin E. Palmer, Brooklyn; Daniel B. 
Dorset, Ashford ;^ohn R. Tweedy, Hampton; J. H. Cutler, 
Plainfield; Edwin May, Thompson; Chester Hunt, Wind- 
ham; Paraclete Skinner, Woodstock. 

Jailer. — Byron Wheaton, Brooklyn, 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Joseph H. Bellamy, i 
Lester Loomis, > Commissioners. 

Frederick Kellogg, S 
Origen S. Seymour, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 
George C. Woodruff, Assistant do. 
Abel Catlin, Treasurer. 

justices of the peace. 

Litchfield. — Seth P. Beers, Origen S. Sevmour, George 
C. Woodruff, Elisha S Abernethy, Hugh P. Welch, Ozias 
Lewi?, . Jonathan Buel, Truman Kilbourn, Chester C. 
Goslee, Samuel H. Dudley, Samuel P. Bolles, Julius Gris- 
wold, Edward Cowles, Ralph G. Camp, Henry Skilton, 
Charles L. Webb, Cyrus Catlin, John Garnsey, Ozias B. 
Bassett, Francis Bacon, Hiram Baldwin. 

Barkhamsted. — Lester Loomis, Jesse Ives, George Mer- 



I DEPARTMENTS. 57 

rils, Hiram Goodwin, Hira Case, Flavel B. Graham, Ed- 
ward Camp. 

Beihkm. — Joseph H. Bellamy, David Bird, Adam C. 
Kasson, Abram Beecher, Joseph Ambler. 

Canaan. — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, Jr., Simeon Higley, Sereno B. Gillett, Charles 
Hollabird, Charles Hunt, Horace Huntins^ton. 

Colihrook. — Samuel Whitford, Arthur Howell, Abiram 
Chamberlain, Theron Rockwell, Harvey Whiting, Josiah 
M. Sage. 

Cornwall. — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, Benjamin 
Sedgwick, Philo Kellogg, James Wadsworth, Anson Ro- 
gers, Frederick Kellogg, Chalker Pratt, Jason Beardsley. 

Goshen. — Truman Starr, Augustus Miles, Nelson Brew- 
ster, Collins Baldwin, Eber Bailey, Joseph I. Gaylord. 

Harwinton. — Andrew Abernethy, Benajah Hayden, Ja- 
cob O. Catlin, Abijah Catlin, Sheldon Osborne, Henry 
Holt, Augustus S. Johnson, Lewis Smith. 

Kent. — Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr., Frederick 
I. Fenn, John C. Berry, John Gilbert, Richard B. Steven- 
son, John R. Fuller, William Goodsell, Lyman Roberts, 
Miles Camp. 

New Hartford. — Roger Mills, Isaac Kellogg, Tertius 
Wadsworth, Heman Chapin, Roger H. Mills, Jam.es D. 
Thorpe, Edward Watson, James F. Henderson, Benjamin 
Beckwith, Samuel S. Bates. 

New Mllford. — Perry Smith, Fzra Noble, Nathaniel 
Perry, David C. Sanford, All ert N. Gaylord, Samuel D. 
Orton, John Wooster; Dunning Babbitt. Albert N. Bald- 
win, Eldad C. Jackson, Henry Merwin, William Roberts, 
Sherman Peck, Lewis B. Sherwood, Lyman Smith. 

Norfolk. — Michael F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Eushnell 
Knapp, Benjamin Welch, Jr., Warren Cone, E. Grove 
Lawrence. 

Plymouth. — Calvin Butler, Eli Potter, Hiram Pierce, 
John C. Lewis, Philo Lewis, William Woodruff, Henry 
Terry, Lucius Bradley, Elisha Johnson, Jr. 

Rojbury. — Herman B. Eastman, William Pierce, Wil- 
liam P. Miner, John Leavenworth, Curtiss Blakeslee. 

Salishtry. — Samuel Church, John G. Mitchell, William 
C. Sterling, Roger Averill, .^ohn H. Hubbard, Nathaniel 
Benedict, Lot Norton, Jr., Elisha Lee, Moore Chittenden, 



58 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Timothy Chittenden, Horace Landon, Samuel C. Scovill. 

Sharon. — Samuel E. Everett, Ansel Sterling, Israel 
Camp, Charles F. Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Zacheus W. 
Bissell, Ransom Smith, John W. McKoy, Samuel Roberts, 
Jr., Silas A. Gray, William Everitt, Daniel Parsons, 
Ralph Deming. 

Torringtoii. — William Battell, Erastus Hodges, Russel 
C. Abernethy, Noah Drake, Jr., Griswold Woodward, 
Demas Coe, Roderick Bissell, George D. Wadhams, An- 
son Colt, Jr., Phineas North. 

Warren. — George Starr, George P. Talmadge, Asahel 
Wedge, Manly Peters, Elijah Hayes. 

WasJii7bgton. — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Herman Baldwin, 
Daniel T. Mitchell, William Moody, David C. Whittle- 
sey, Noble Day, Joel Morehouse, Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown. — Holbrook Curtis, James Skelton, Cyrus B. 
Manville, Merit Hemmingway, Benjamin M. Peck, Le- 
man W. Cutler, Charles S. Woodward, Henry E. Dayley, 
Alan son Warren. 

Winchester. — Luman Wakefield, Truman S. Wetmore, 
Theodore Hinsdale, William S. Hollabird, Alvah Nash, 
Samuel W. Coe, Silas H. McAlpine, Gideon Hall, Jr., 
John Boyd, George Dudley, Nathaniel B. Gaylord. 

Woodbury. — Charles B. Phelps, Gideon B. Bottsford, 
Thomas Bull, Elijah Sherman, Jr., Jesse Miner, Reuben 
H. Hotchkiss, Samuel Sherman, William R. Atwood, Lo- 
ren Forbes. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

DAvm C. Sanford, State Attoiiiey. 

Litchjield. — Asa Bacon, S. P. Beers, Truman Smith, 
George C. Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, Elisha S. Aber- 
nethy, Francis Bacon. 

Barkhamster/. — Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlem. — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan. — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, Jr., Daniel Jaqua. 

Cormaall. — George Wheaton. 

Goshen. — Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwin ton. — Abij ah C atlin . 

iiCf;^/.— Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr. 



DEPARTMENTS. 59 

N!W IIarlforff.—Rogt:r Mills, Roger H. Mills. 

N;w Mil ford. — David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
Nathaniel Perry, John P. Loverage. 

Norfolk.— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymou/h.—Ccdvin Butler, Elisha Johnson. 

Salhbwnj. — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, John 
H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, William Baldwin. 

Sharon.— Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Richard 
Smith. 

Washington. — Frederick Chittenden. 

Water town. — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester. — William S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, Jr. 

Woodhnry. — Charles B. Phelps. 

Sheriff. — ^Albert Sedgwick, Litchfidd. 
Deputies. — Seth Catlin, Litchfidd; James R. Mills, Neid 
Hartford; William P. Judd, Norfolk; John E. Sedgwick, 
Cornwall Hollow; P. W. Mills, Kent; D. G. Piatt, Wash- 
ington; Marcus DeForest, Woodbury; Seth F. Wilder^ 
Winchseter ; Henry S. Norton, Salisbury; Harry Lock- 
wood, Sharon ; Edward N. Hine, New 'Milford ; W. N. 
Reid, Plymouth. 

Jailer. — Roswell Lamsod, Litchfield. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



county court. 
Gideon Higgins, ) 
Benjamin Dowd, > Commissioners. 
John Stewart, ) 
John Fisk, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 
John Fisk, Treasurer. 



justices of the peace. 
Mlidletown. — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, Sam- 
uel D. Hubbard, Stillman K. Wightman, Charles C. Ty- 
ler, Charles Woodward, Samuel W. Griswold, Noah A. 



60 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Phelps, Daniel J. Griswold, Thomas G. Mather, Charles 
Buckland, Richard Rand, Stephen Taylor, Ezra L. H. 
Chamberlain, Eli Wilcox, Nathaniel Bacon, Elisha Treat, 
Enoch Tryon, Elijah Paddock, Richard Atkins, Eben 
Wilcox, Edward Savage, David Edwards, Luther Bowers, 
Levi Coe, Daniel Bacon, Charles Hubbard, Samuel Cro- 
well, Jr., Ebenezer Bacon, Justus Stocking. 

Chatham. — Samuel Hall, Selden Cook, Guy Cooper, 
Erastus Strong, Edward A. Penfield, David Cornwall, 
John R. Ames, Alfred Hall, Amasa Carrier, Hantington 
Selden, Elijah Clark, Nathaniel C. Smith, John Mark- 
ham, Jr., Ezra Foote, Justin M. Smith, David T. Childs', 
Francis G. Edgarton, Julius Gates, George Barstow, Da- 
vid Crittenden. 

Chester. — Ely Warner, Samuel Colt, Joshua L'Hom- 
medieu, Socrates Denison, Samuel P. Russell, Samuel 
Silllman. 

Clinton. — Austin Alcott, George Carter, Ely A. Elliott, 
John Stanton, Edward Wright, Aaron G. Hurd. 

Durham. — John White, Asher Robinson, Worthington 
G. Chauncey, Zebulon Hale, Wed worth Wadsw^orth, Jr., 
Alfred Camp, Charles Hickcox. 

East Haddavi. — Ozias Holmes, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer, Helon Cone, Jedediah R. Gardner, Gid- 
eon Hi^gins, Moses B. Wright, Francis Griffin, Ebenezer 
Fox, William H. Cone, Alfred Gales, William E. Nich- 
ols, Augustus Olmsted, Richard Pratt, Isaac Chester, 
Abram P. Jones. 

Haddavi. — Samuel Arnold, Charles Arnold, Diodate 
Brainerd, William Cooke, Smith Claik, Linus Parmelee, 
Benjamin H. Catlin, Stephen Johnson, Friend Dickinson, 
Jared H. Shailer, Elias Selden, Dudley Clark, John H. 
Burr, George S. Brainerd, Aaron Brainerd, Hurlbut Swan. 

K/llin^y:orth.— David P. Kelsey, Rufas Turner, David 
Evarts, Philander Stephens, William Hull, Watson Da- 
vis, Reuben K. Hinkley. 

Saibrool'.— George Pratt, Asa H. King, Giles Blague, 
John' L. Whittlesev, William Bull, Ezra S. Williams, 
Richard P. Williams, Giles O. Clark, Frederick W. 
Shepard, Stephen Chalker, Samuel M. TuUev, Samuel 
Ingham, William C. Bull, Selden M. Pratt, George Read, 
Sidney Bushnell, Frederick A. Clark, Josiah Jones. 



DEPARTMENTS. 61 

Westbrook. — Jedediah Post, Jesse Platts, Joseph Spencer, 
Reuben Stannard, Alfred Chittenden. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Eliphalet a. Bulkley, State Attorney. 

Middletown. — Jonathan Barnes, S. K. Wightman, C.C» 
Tyler, Samuel W. Griswold, N. A. Phelps, Elisha Spencer. 

East Haddavi.—E\i^\i^\Qi A. Bulkley, John C. Palmer, 
Hiram Wiley. 

Haddam. — Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Sh^rijf. — Linus Coe, Middletown, 

Deputies. — Curtis Bacon, Middletown; Ebenezer Smith, 

Chatham; Charles Stephens, Clinton; Samuel Holmes, 

East HadAam; Charles W. Snow, Saybrook. 

Jailers. — William M. Ward, Middletown; Ezekiel S. 

Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

county court. • 

Walter R, Kibbe, ) 
Oliver H. King, > Commissioners. 
Zalmon Storrs. 5 
Jeremiah Parish, Clerk of Superior and County Courts. 
Joseph Howard, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF the PEACE. 

ToUand.-^'EMshdi Stearns, Calvin Willev, Jeremiah Par* 
ish, George M. Hyde, Loren P. Waldo,' Warren Fitch 
Seth D. Griggs, Stephen Ladd, Ebenezer West, Ezra 
Chapman, Alvin Kibbe, Zalmon A. Storrs. 

Bolton.-^^^xxl Alv^ord, Jabez L. White, Jr., Sessions 



02 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Lawson, Daniel W. Badger, Ahab Smith, Noah Strong, 
Sanford Steele. 

Columbia. — Samuel Little, Asahel Clark, Daniel Hol- 
brook, Alpheus Kingsley, Jr., Samuel West, Sanford 
Yeomans, Amherst Scovill, Norman Little. 

Coventry. — Edward G. Huntington, Calvin Manning, 
James White, Alonzo W. Birge, Joseph Dow, Eleazer 
Hunt, John W. Boynton, Timothy Dimmick, Willard 
Hutchinson, Calvin Daggett, Otis Sweet, Henry R. Wa- 
ters, Charles P. Holister, Thos. K. Jones, Zelotes Long, 
Elijah Babcock. 

Ellington.. — Asa Willey, John H. Brockway, Oliver 
W. Steele, Ephraim Dimmick, Benjamin Pinney, Horace 
McKnight. 

Hebron. — Peyton R. Gilbert, Ralph Gilbert, Humphrey 
T. Fuller, Epaphroditus Porter, Israel E. Hutchinson, 
Gardner Barber, Cyrus Bingham, Austin Tuttle, Anson 
Chappell, Charles Post, Gurley Phelps, Abner Hendec, 
Joseph White, Hazael Gott, Jr., George A. Gillett. 

Mansfield. — Zalmon Storrs, Seth Dunham, John Fitch, 
Thomas Clark, Edmund Freeman, Dan Barrows, Need- 
ham Slate, William A. Fisk, Royal Storrs, William At- 
wood, Eber Dunham, Fearing Swift, Daniel F. Hibbard. 

Somers. — Walter R. Kibbe Oliver Chapin, John Phil- 
lips, Jonathan Clark, Amariah Kibbe, Oliver Collins, 
Emery Pease, Ebenezer Clark, Elam Chaffee. 

Stafford. — Rodolphus Woodworth, Zina Winter, Cyril 
Johnson, Alfred Thrasher, William A. Foster, Philip Or- 
cutt, Calvin Knight, John Orcutt, 2d., Eli Howe, Hannibal 
A. Converse, Samuel Strickland, Robert Blodgett, Lorain 
Dimmick, Elijah Firman. 

CMzo^t.— Samuel Crawford. Augustus Moore, William 
P. Sessions, Shubael Hammond. 

Vernon. — Francis McLean, Oliver H. King, Samuel S. 
Talcott, Phineas Talcott, Thaddeus C. Bruce, Allyn 
Kellogg. 

Willington. — Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Origen 
Dimmick, Pvobert Sharp, Hiram Rider, Rufus Rider. 



DEPARTMENTS. COURTS OF PROBATE. 



63 



FRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

LoREN P. Waldo, State Attorney. 
Tolland.— CdXwm Willey, Jeremiah Parish, Loren P. 
Waldo. 
Bolton.— ^?L\x\ Alvord. 
Columbia. — Asahel Clark. 
Ellington.— A^dL^iWey, John H. Brock way. 
//2^>ro7t.— Ralph Gilbert, Salmon A. Storrs. 
Mansfield. — John Fitch. 
Somers. — Walter R. Kibbe. 
Sto/<?r^.— Rodolphus Woodworth. 
WlUington. — Elisha Wright. 

Sheriff. — Simon House, Hebron. 
Deputies. — Solomon L. Griggs, Tolland; Samuel D. 
Anderson, Mansfield; Lemuel Ingalls, Stafford; Marcus 
Woodward, Somers ; Luther Talcott, BoUon ; 
Jailer. — Novatus Chapman, Tolland. 



Courts of Probate. 



districts. 
Hartford, 
Berlin, 
Bristol, 
Burlington, 
East Windsor, 
Enfield, 
Parmington, 
Granby, 
Hartland, 
Simsbury, 
Southington, 
Suffield, 



JUDGES. 

Seth Terry. 
Joseph Wright. 
Tracy Peck. 
Elisha Hotchkiss. 
William Barnes. 
Aholiab Johnson. 
Egbert Cowles. 
Thos. Holcomb. 
William Selby. 
John O. Pettibone. 
Stephen Walkley. 
Luther Loomis. 



Nathaniel Goodwin. 
E. A. Parker. 

Edward Field. 



64 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



districts. 
New Haven, 
Chsshire, 
Guilford, 
Madison, 
Meriden, 
Milford, 
Wallingford, 
Wdterbury, 
New London, 
Norwich, 
Colchester, 
Groton, 
Lebanon, 
Ledyard, 
Lyme, 

N. Stonington, 
Stonington, 
Fairfield, 
Danbury, 
Bridgeport, 
Newtown, 
Nor walk. 
Redding, 
Stamford, 
Stratford, 
Weston, 
Westport, 
Brooklyn, 
Ashford, 
Canterbury, 
Hampton, 
Killingly, 
Plainfield, 
Pomfret, 
Thompson, 
Voluntown, 
Windham, 
Woodstock, 
Litchfield, 



R. D. Smith. 



Charles J. M'Gurdy. 



JUDGES. CLERKS. 

Nathaniel R. Clark. John Beach. 

Silas Hitchcock. 

Joel Tuttle. 

Jesse Crampton. 

James S. Brooks. 

Abijah Carrington. 

Elisha M. Pomeroy. E. H. Ives. 

Norton J. Bell. 

Jirah Isham. 

Thos. L. Steeman. 

Frederick Morgan. 

James Gallup. 

Oliver Pettis. 

Erastus Williams. 

William Marvin. 

Elias Hewett. 

John D. Noyes. 

Rufus Blakeman. 

Edward Taylor. 

Philo Hard. 

Theophilus Nichols. • 

Benjamin Isaacs. 

Thomas B, Fanton. 

Joshua B. Ferris. 

David Plant. 

Bradford Win ton. 

Thos. F. Roland. 

Bela B. Spalding. 

Daniel Knowlton. 

Solomon Payne. 

Mason Cleaveland. James A. Hovey. 

Thomas Backus. 



Joseph Eaton. 
Job Williams. 
Jonathan Nichols. 
Harvey Campbell. 
Calvin Hebbard. 
T. B. Chandler. 
Ralph G. Camp. 



John F. Gordon. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. NOTARIES PUBLIC. 65 



DISTRICTS. 

Barkhamsted, 

Harwinton, 

Kent, 

New Hartford. 

New Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Sharon, 

Washington, 

Watertown, 

Winchester, 

Woodbury, 

MiDDLETOWN, 

Clinton, 

Chatham, 

Haddam, 

East Hadam, 

Saybrook, 

Tolland, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Mansfield, 

Stafford, 

Somers, 



JUDGES. CLERKS. 

Jesse Ives. 

Abijah Catlin. 

Nathaniel P. Perry. ^ 

Roger H. Mills. 

Nathaniel Perry. N. S. Bennett. 

Michael F. Mills. 

Calvin Butler. 

Chas. F. Sedgwick. 

Dan'l B.Brinsmade. T. F. Brinsmade. 

Holbrook Curtiss. 

Gideon Hall, Jr. 

Nathaniel B. Smith. Thomas Ball. 



Samuel Cooper. 
George Carter. 
Philip Sage. 
Smith Clarke. 
Eliph. A. Bulkley. 
Selden M. Pratt. 
Elisha Stearns. 
Abner H. King, 
Abner Hendee, 
John Fitch. 
Rodol. Woodworth. 
Walter R, Kibbe, 



John Fisk. 
George Carter, Jr. 

Linus Parmelee. 

Henry W. Spencer. 

Moses Bull. 
Lucius G- Hendee. 
Edmund Freeman. 
P. R. Woodworth. 
A, Johnson, 



List of Notaries Public, 

COMMISSIOTS^ED IN 1840 1. 



Nathan Johnson, Hartford, 
Charles L. Porter, do. 
AValter Mitchell, do. 
Francis Parsons, do. 
Henry Perkins, do, 

John Beach, New Haven, 
William G. Webster, do. 
5 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Leonard Daggett, New Haven. 
John Scarritt, do. 

Nathaniel R. Clarke, do. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, do. 
William B. Bristol, do. 
Leonard H. Church, do. 
Daniel Barnes, do. 

Charles Robinson, do. 
William Storer, do. 

Bela Farnum, East Haven. 
Thomas S. Perkins, New London, 
Elijah F. Dutton, do, 

Andrew C. Lippet, do. 

John Danforth, do. 

William F, Brainerd, do. 
Gerard Holt, do. 

Charles White, Brooklyn. 
Geer Terry, Enfield. 
Henry Fowler, Hartland, 

David Baldwin, Preston. 
Austin Brewster, do. 

Ebenezer Learned, Jr., Norwich. 
Abner Hendee, Hebron. 

Lucius J. Hendee, Hebron. 

Tracy Peck, Bristol. 

Russell Wheeler, North Stonington. 

Ansel Coats, do. 

Joseph Hayden, Saybrook. 

Sedley Snow, do. 

Ralph D. Smith, Guilford. 

Samuel Belden, Wilton. 

Philip Betts, do. 

Francis Sheffield, North Stonington. 

Samuel H. Judd, Waterbury. 

Samuel Gates, Voluntown. 

Thomas Gray, Windham. 

William G. Gates, do. 

George Hill, Norwich. 

Lyman Brewer, do. 

Burrage Beach, Cheshire. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 67 

Thomas Clarke, Lisbon. 

Joseph L. Lyon, do. 

Samuel W. Wood, Ledyard. 

George Perkins, Norwich. 

Walter Goodell, Chaplin. 

Benajah Andrews, Meriden. 

Eli C. Birdseye, do. 

William C. Stanton, Voluntown. 

Francis D. Perry, Fairfield. 

Abraham Clark, Darien. 

Samuel G. Blackman, Norwalk. 

James Moore, East Windsor. 

Joseph. B. Gay, Thompson. 

Edward Hill, Fairfield. 

Joshua B. Ferris, Stamford. 

William H. Holley, do. 

Mason Cleaveland, Hampton. 

La Fayette S. Foster, Norwich. 

Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, East Haddam. 

Linus Parmelee, Haddam. 

Henry Tain tor, Hampton. 

Selah Strong, Milford. 

William Robbms, 2d., Wethersfieid. • 

Jonathan B. Flint, Tolland. 

Francis Amy, Stonington. 

George Hubbard, do. 

Jonathan Barnes, Middletown. 

Samuel W. Griswold, do. 

Charles Sabin, Stonington. 

Lorin P. Waldo, Tolland. 

Charles T. Hillyer, Granby. 

Oliver Shepard, Danbury. 

Reuben Booth, do. 

Dyer Ames, Middletown. 

Jesse Charlton, East Windsor. 

John F.Williams, Woodstock. 

F. G. Comstock,Wethersfield- 

Francis Bacon, Litchfield. 

Samuel Close, Greenwich. 

Calvin Daggett, Coventry. ' 



68 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

George C. Woodmif, Litchfield. 
Abram Clock, Darien. 
S. W. Starky, Saybrook. 
Jerard Holt, New London. 
Joseph Douglass, do. 
Jonah Wetter, Preston. 
Sandforth B. Smith, New London. 
Hamilton Morgan, Ledyard. 
John Brew^ster, do. 
N. D. Haight, Stamford. 
Nathan B re waster, Lisbon. 
Erastus Smith, Hartford. 
Nicholas Latimer, Montville. ** 
W. P. Cramp, N. London. 
W. M. Grey, Ledyard. 
H. Gaylord, Ashford. 
Elijah F. Merril, Waterbury. 
Charles B. Phelps, Woodbury. 
John C. Collis, New Haven. 
Sidney M. Stone, do. 
Levi H. Young, do. 

Isaac Clarke, Chapin. 
Calvin Hillard, Windham. 
Joseph Durfey, Groton. 
John Fowler, Woodstock. 
Aaron Seeley, Danbury. 
Joshua B. Wheeler, Colchester. 
John McLellan, Woodstock. 
Samuel D. Carver, Coventry. 
Jacob B. Gurley, Mansfield. 
Daniel B. Storrs, do. 
J. S. Wilcox, Madison. 
S. C. Blackman, Newtown. 
Charles H. Tuthill, Hartford. 
Jehiel Johnson, Bozrah. 
Robert Comstock, Montville. 
H. W. Avery, Ledyard. 
Gurdon Trumbull, Stonington. 
Charles Shepard, Hartford. 
John Hooker, Farmington. 
Thomas Bull, Woodbury. 



COMMISSIONERS. 69 



John L. Lester, Ledyard,. 
Jacob A. Geer, Groton. 
John D. Noyes, Stonington. 
Asa Fish, do. 

John C. Palmer, East Haddam. 
Jesse Wright, Lebanon. 
Joseph Williams, Norwich. 



Commission ers, 

N TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

Appointed hy the Senate — Ma]f^ 1841. 



ON TURNPIKE RQ^ADS. 

\o.\. Boston, Benjamin Lyman, Henry R. Waters. 

2. Bridgeport, James B. Fairman, Abijah Merritt. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough, Ezra Foot, Moseley 

Talcott. 

4. Cheshire, Eli B. Austin, Romeo Lowry. 

5. Colchester and Chatham, John C. Bulkley, Charles 

H. Pelton. 

6. Center, Willis Gilbert, John Fowler. 

7. Chester and North Killingworth, Samuel C. Silliman, 

Horace Redfield. 

8. Colchester and Norv\^ich, Benjamin W. Tompkins, 
Albert Tsham. 

9. Columbia, George Gillett, Samuel West. 

10. Connecticut, Joshua B. Ferris, Edwin Lockwood. 

11. Cornwall and Washington, — — -. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield, Ezekiel S. Hoskins, Moses 
Lyman, Jr. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island, Thomas C. Hay- 
ward, Federick Averill, Jr. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield, George Andrews, Charles 
Starr. 



70 COMMISSIONERS. 

15. Durham and East Guilford, Abel Rossiter, Joseph 
Taylor. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester, Samuel S. Warner, 

Edward P. Brown well. 

17. East Middle, Elijah Warner, Leman W. Cutler. 

18. Essex, Jared C. Redfield, Horace Redfield. 

19. Farmington River, Abiram Chamberlain, Sanford 

Brown. 

20. Fairfield, Reading and Weston, . 

21. Fair Haven, David Everist, Wyllis Hemmingway. 

22. Goshen and Sharon, Eber Cotter, Milo Bartholomew. 

23. Granby, Henry L. Holcomb, Jairus Case. 

24. Greenwoods, Warren Cone, Hosea Hinsdale. 

25. Groton and Stonington, Elias Hewitt, Nathan F. 
Dennison. 

26. Guilford and Durham, Abel Rossiter, Miles Mer- 

win, Jr. 

27. Hartford and New London, Solomon Cole, Erastus 

Williams. 

28. Hartford and New Haven, Charles W. Curtiss, 
. John B. Eldredge. 

29. Hartford, Tolland^ Windham, and New London 
County, Standly White, Jesse Wright. 

30. Hartford and Tolland, Ashbel Olmsted, Solomon 
L. Griggs. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam, George Gillet, Ebene- 

zer Smith. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge, William H. 
Tomlinson, Lyman Smith, 3d. 

33. Housatonic, Sheldon Smith, Jr., Asa Hawkins. 

34. Huntington, Ira Sherman, Noah Plumb. 

35. Killingworth, Ebenezer Cone, Orrin Freeman. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall, Peter Bierce, John A. 
Stewart. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton, Jonathan Buel, William 
Davis, 

38. Litchfield and New Milford, Abel Hine, Edward 
Hunt. 

39. Middlesex, Ozias Holmes, William Robbins, 2d. 

40. Middletown and Berlin, Charles Woodward, Ste* 
phen Taylor. 



COMMISSIONERS 71 

41. Middletown and Durham, Henry Lyman, David H. 

Carr. 
4-2. Middletown and Meriden, Hiram Clarke, Willis 

Woodruff 

43. Mohegan, Jolm A. Rockwell, Thomas S. Perkins. 

44. Monroe and Zoar Bridge, George Bradley, Stephen 
Middlebrook. 

45. Moosup, . 

46. New Milford and Roxbury, Edward Hine, Royal I. 
Canfield. 

47. Norwich and Salem, John M. Peabody, Josiah 
Raymond. 

48. New Haven and Derby, Benjamin Beecher, Lyman 
Osborn. 

49. New Haven and Milford, Henry Peck, David Miles. 

50. New London and Lyme, Matthew Bacon, Daniel 
Waters. 

51. New London and Windham County, Roger Coit, 

Gurdon Pendleton. 

52. 'Ne\tr Milford and Sherman, Albert N. Gaylord, 
William T. Hopson. 

53. New Preston, Orrin Bennett, Daniel D. Hallock. 

54. Northfield, Alanson Coley, Charles Gorham. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury, David Osborne, Erastus 

Sturges. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown, Algernon E. Beard, John 
D. Lounsbury. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock, Daniel Lyman, Jona- 
than W. Brooks. 

58. Oxford, David Candee, Elias Scott. 

59. Providence, John Day, Samuel Reynolds. 

60. Rimmon Falls, David R. Baldwin. 

61. Salem and Hamburg, Levi H. Goddard, Richard W. 
Lee. 

62. Sharon and Cornwall, Jedediah Calhoun, Benja- 
min Sears. 

63. Sympauge, Charles Starr, Thomas B. Butler. 

64. Shetucket, George Loring, Benjamin Huntington. 

65. Stafford, . 

66. Still River, Elisha Smith, Hosea Hinsdale, 

67. Southington and Waterbury, Sherman ]Bronson, 

Elisha A. Cowles. 



72 COMMISSIONERS, 

68. Sandy Brook, Theron Rockwell, Richard A. Doo- 
little. 

69. Straits, Samuel H. Nettleton, Bevel P. Smith. 

70. Sugar Hollow, Starr Nichols, Thomas B. Butler. 

71. Talcott Mountain, Hezekiah Huntington, Jr., Ter- 
tius Wadsworth. 

72. Thompson, John G. Green, George Warner. 

73. Tolland Co., . 

74. Torrington, Martin Webster, Decius Humphrey. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield, Ebenezer Clarke, Chelsea 
Chapman. 

76. Washington, Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Joseph Titus. 

77. Windham and Coventry, Nathaniel Root, Isaac 
Knight. 

78. Windham and Mansfield, Chester Hunt, John John- 
son. 

79. West Middle, . 

80. Windham and Brooklyn, Adams White, Nathan 
Allen. 

81. Waterbury River, Moses Hall, Abijah Munn. 

82. Wolcottville, Russel C. Abernethy, James C. 
Cleaveland. 

83. Weston, Joseph Bennet, Walker Sherwood 

84. Wells Hollow, Sylvanus Sterling, Lyman Smith, Jr. 

85. Warren, Asahel Wedge, Hezekiah C. Gregory. 

86. Branch, Isaac Bennet, John S. Wilson, 

87. Monroe and Newton, Charles Clark, George Brad- 
ley. 

88. Fairfield County, Lemuel Beers, Charles Smith, 

89. Hadlyme, Joseph Warner, George Gates. 

90. Chester and North Killingworth Turnpike Co., 
Sedley Snow, Heman S. Franklin. 

91. Black Rock, Abraham D. Baldwin, John S. Wilson. 

92. Sherman and Redding, Lucius Northrop, Samuel 
D.Peck. 

93. Hop River, Amos Perkins, Calvin Daggett. 

94. North Killingworth and North Madison, Rufus 
Turner, Sherman Munger. 

95. Millington, John T. Bulkley, William Spencer. 

96. Litchfield and Plymouth, OziasLewis, Elijah War- 
ren. 

97. River Turnpike Company, — -, 



COMMISSIONERS. 73 



ON BRIDGES. 

Jo. 1 Niantic, Edward R. Warren, Roswell Smith. 

2. Hartford, . 

3. Mystic, Roswell Fish, Amos Cliff. 

4. Tomliiison's, William K. Townsend, William 
Moseley. 

5. Bridgeport, George Walter, Isaac J. Booth. 

6. Washington, Selah Strong, Enoch Foot. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company, George Blake- 
man, George Shelton. 

•8. Zoar, Cyrus H. Beardsley, Russel Wooster. 
9. Bennett's, Russel Wooster, Philo Curtiss. 

10. Hawley's, Alonzo Beers, Benedict Dunning. 

11. New Milford, Lyman Smith, Grandison Warner, 

12. Bull's Falls, Peter Bierce, A. C. Rouse. 

13. Pratts, Peter Bierce, A. C. Rouse. 

14. Norwich and Preston, Henry Palmer, William P, 
Nash, Ebenezer Learned, Jr. 

15. Fuller's, Peter Bierce, A. C. Rouse. 

16. Enfield, Norman Allen, Luther Loomis. 

17. Boardman's, Nathan Gaylord, Robert Ferris. 

18. Gaylord's, Henry Merwin, Isaac Stone. 



ON FERRIES. 

N'o. 1. New London, John Hudson, Isaac Harris. 

2. Gales', Robert Comstock, Norman D. Brown. 

3. Chapman's, George Clark, Ansel Hungerford. 

4. Warner's, James Gates, Samuel Colt. 

5. Higganum, Wm. Cook, Hurlburt Swan. 

6. East Haddam, Robert W. Chapman, Elias Pratt. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing, John Stewart, Titus 
Whitmore. 

8. Essex, Jared C. Redfield, Samuel C. Ely. 

9. Rocky Hill, James Killam, David Smith. 
10. Pratt's, Benning Mann, Chauncy Barnard. 

. 11. Kings, Samuel Norris, Norman Allen. 

12. East Windsor, Jasper Morgan, Roderick King. 

13. Warehouse Point, William Barnes, Horace Birge. 



74 

* COMMISSIONERS. 

11 Enfi.,d and Suffield, Luther Loomis, Henry Kings- 

f«' t^^lT'^h^'^'^^ Sheffield, Enoch Noyes 

16. Haddam Island, Noah Brooks, Z7n%V. Chap- 

17. Hartford and East Hartford, 



COMMISSIONERS. 

Farmi7igton Canal. 
Joe. Hinman, Tracy Peck^na Whiting, Abial Barnes. 

New York, Providence and Boston RaU Road Company 
Gurdon Trumbull, Asa Fish, Charles Mallory. 

Hartford Bridge. 
James B. Hosmer, FrederickW. Grant, Solomon Olmsted. 

Connecticut State Prison 
Joseph Pratt, Oliver H. King, and Samuel C. Selden 
Esqrs. ' 

Hartford and Springfield Rail Road. 
Theodore Hinsdale,SamuelC. Selden, and Eleazar Pome- 

roy, Esqrs. 

Hartford and New Haven Rail Road 
William H. Ellis, John Stewart, and Selah Strong, Esqrs. 

Housatonic Rail Road. 
Leman Church, and Henry Dutton, Esqrs. 

Norwich and Worcester Rail Road. 

Joel W. White, Darius Mathewson, and Adam Larrabee, 

Esqrs. 



SENATOKIAL DISTRICTS, &C. "7'^ 

Union Comimny. 

cremiah Brown, Henry Barnard, and Lemuel White, 

Esqrs. 

Retreat for the Insane. 
John T. Norton, and Learned Hebard, Esqrs. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin and Southington. n^rM^vA 

2 Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartlord. 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester 

3. HartlaAd, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Cant^ 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, and Bloomlield. 

4 New Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange, and North 

^r Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury, 

''\':^^^^ and 

5 Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, Lis- 

^To.^Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, Wes- 
ton, Trumbull, and Monroe. 

11 Danbury, Ridgefield, Reddmg, Brookfield, New- 
town. New Fairfield, and Sherman. . 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New Ca- 
naan, and Wilton. -^fioiri <^tpr 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hamptori, Plamfield, Ster- 
ling Vohmtown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, kiUingly, Pomfret, Thompson, andWood^ 
stock. 



76 COMMISSIONERS. 

15. Litchfield, Harvvinton, New Hartford, Torrington 
Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall 
Goshen and Kent. 

18. Middletown, Durham , Chatham and Portland. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
Chester and Westbrook. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union and 
Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford County. 
*' " 2. New Haven and Middlesex do. 

" '* 3. New London do. 

" '' 4. Fairfield do. 

" 5. Litchfield do. 
" " 6. Windham and Tolland do. 



Commissioners, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut^ to take the acJcnoivl- 
edgement of Deeds, Depositions, <^c., in the respective States 
wherre they reside. 

New York City. — Frederick Ell-,worth, Mather Ransom 
Fayerweather, Joseph Wood, Mortimer M. Jackson, Ebe- 
nezer Young, William H. Smith, Charles F. Croswell, 
John Hildreth, Lewis B. Woodruff; Harrison G. O. Bab- 
cock, George Gibbs, George Fulsom, Frederick A. Han- 
ford, Edmund Terry, Theodore Hinsdale, Josiah M. Car- 
ter, John T. Seeley, Wm. L. Pierson, Richard Goodman, 
Silas M. Stilwell, Alanson Taylor, 



COMMISSIONERS. 77 

Boston. — George S. Bulfinch, John P. Putnam, Joseph 
Jenkins, George M. Brown. 

Philadelphia. — Nathan Strong, Samuel H. Austin. 

New Orleans. — John M'Lean Haisey. 

Albany^ N. Y. — Epaphras L. Sherman, Robert J. Hil- 
ton. 

Rochester, N. Y. — Levi A. Ward. 

Troy, N. Y. — David L. Seymour. 

Greenwich, N. Y. — Daniel Frost, Jr. 

Buffalo, N. Y. — Legrand Marvin. 

Perry, N. Y. — Isaac N. Stoddard. 

Poughkecpsie, N. Y, — Silas E. Haight. 

Ledyard, N. Y. — Ebenezer Watrous. 

/View Jersey. — Frederick A. Cox. 

Ovid, N. y. — Fayette Allen. 

Detroit, Mich.— A. Williams. 

Mobile, Ala. — William H. Bunnell. 

Alabama. — Calvin B. Butler. 

Portage County, Ohio. — William H, Smith, David R. 
Tilden. 

Brighton, Ohio. — Harvey Clark. 

Jefferson County, Kentucky. — Jefferson Smith. 

La Fayette^ Ind. — Henry W. Ellsworth, 

Wihriin^ton. — Jeremiah Lippett. 

Derby. — Ira L. Ufford. 

Macon. — Charles A. Higgins. 

Galena. — Thomas Melville. 



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rOST-OFFICKS. 85 



Post-Offices and Post-Masters 



IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Charles L. Porter; West, Elihu Olmsted. 

Avon, E. A. Phelps, Francis Woodford. 

Berlin, J, S. Brandegee; New Britain, Henry Nash. 

Kensington, Theron Hart. 

Bloomfield, J. H. Hubbard. 

Bristol, H. E. Merriman. 

Burlington, Hiram Webster. 

Canton, W. A. Hawley; Canton Centre, Simeon Mills; 
CoUinsville, Stephen W. Brown; N. Canton, Stanley 
Weed. 

East Hartford, H. Phelps. 

East Windsor, Abiezer Porter; East Windsor Hill, James 
Charlton ; Broad Brook, Henry S. Kinsley ; Ketch Mills, 
— Robertson; Scantic Village, George Parsons; Ware- 
house Point, H. Pease, Jr. ; Oakland, Wm. Scott. 

Enfield, Geer Terry ; Scitico, John Mason ; Thompson- 
ville, Henry Kingsbury. 

Farmington, George D. Cowles; Plain ville, T. C. Steel; 
Unionville, George Richards. 

Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor; South, George Merrick; 
Eastbury, Edwin Treat. 

Granby, Daniel Hayes; East, C. T. Hillyer; North, Ab- 
ner Case ; West, J. D. Wilcox. 

Hartland, Calvin Benning; West, T. D. Bosworth. 

Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge; Buckland's Corner, 
William Jones. 

Marlborough, Asa Day. 

Simsbury, J, O. Phelps ; TariffVille, G. W. Sanford. 

Southington, Chester Whittlesey. 

Suffield, Horace Sheldon, 2d. ; West, Charles Denison. 

Wethersfield, J. Goodrich; Newington, W. Deming; 
Rocky Hill, Henry Wliitmore. 



86 POST-OFFICES AND 

Windsor, Wm. Howard; Locks, C. H. Dexter; Poquon- 
ock, S. O. HoUister. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

. New Haven, William H. Jones; East Haven, R. An- 
drews; Fair Haven, Lester Keep; North Haven, Isaac 
Stiles. 

Bethany, Hez. Thomas ; Straitsville, O. Collins. 

Branford, Orrin D. Squire. 

Cheshire, Elihu Yale. 

Derby, Robert Gates; Humphreysville, John C. Wheeler. 

Guilford, A. B. Wildman ; N. Guilford, Henry Fowler. 

Hamden, L. Hitchcock. 

Madison, John Tibbals ; North, S. L. Blatchley. 

Meriden, Richard Dowd. 

Middlebury, L. Townsend. 

Milford, L. N. Beardsley. 

North Branford, Russel Clark ; Northford, Ossian Cook. 

Oxford, H. W. Upson. 

Prospect, Hobert C. Porter. 

Southbury, C. H. Hall; Southford, Cyrus Hinman; South 
Britain, Anson Bray. 

Wallingford, S. H. Dutton. 

Waterbury, E. Leavenworth. 

Wolcott, Isaac Hough. 

Westville, (in Woodbridge) J. G. Hotchkiss. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, J. H. Turner. 

Bozrah, S. Fitch ; Bozrahville, H. Morey. 

Colchester, J. B. Wheeler; Westchester, Samuel Brown. 

East Lyme, E. H. Smith. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, Thomas F. Edmond ; Jewett City, Samuel 

Button. 
Groton, Elijah Bailey; Centre, R. W. Smith, Portersville, 

J. Randall; Pequot, Wm. Latham; Noank, J. Perkins. 



POST-MASTERS, 87 

Lebanon, Simeon Peckham; Exeter, Elias S. Williams ; 

Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay ; Goshen Hill, Justus Hinckley. 
Ledyard, Erastus Gallup; Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown; 
Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 
Lyme, C. W. Wait; North, E. Stark; Hamburgh, S. M. 

Brockwyy; Hadlyme, Eli P. Wells; South Lyme, R. 

R. Chad wick; North Lyme, — Stark. 
Montville, George Raymond ; Uncasville, James Turner; 

Chesteriield, . 

Norwich Town, John Hyde ; City, Wm. L'Honmiedieu. 
North Stonington, Russell Wheeler. 
Preston, Henry Brown ; Poquetannock, J. W. Brewster. 
Salem, W. Williams; Gardiner Lake, J. R. Willoughby. 
Stonington, Franklin Williams ; Mystic, John Hyde ; 

Mystic Bridge, B. F. Palmer. 
Waterford, H. Gardiner; Niantic, J. B. Manwaring; 

River Head, E. Beckwith. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Jeremiah T. Denison; Southport, W. Sher- 
wood, Jr. 

Danbury, Phineas D. Crosby. 

Bethel, in Danbury, Wm. A. Judd. 

Bridgeport, Isaac Sherman, Jr. 

Brookfield, Henry Ruggles. 

Darien, . 

Greenwich, Samuel Close. 

Huntington, Lucius Blackman. 

Monroe, C. H. Beardslee; Stepney, L. Edwards. 

Newtown, D. V. B. Baldwin; Dodgetown, Hart Shepard. 

Norwalk, Charles Isaacs. 

New Canaan, Charles Raymond, Thomas S. Husted. 

N. Fairfielo, Seeley Bamum. 

Ridgefield, Harvey K. Smith; Mill Plain, Elias Bircliard. 
Ridgebury, Thomas St. John; Scott's Bridge, David 
Scott. 

Redding, Joseph Darling; Bridge, L. Grover; Town 

House, Ezra M. Frost ; Redding Ridge, Aaron Sanford, Jr. 



88 POST-OFFICES AND 

Sherman, Frederick Edwards. 

Stamford, Sands Seeley ; North Stamford, N. D. Haight. 

Stratford, Isaac J. Booth. 

Trumbull, Elihu Beach; Long Hill, E. B. Middlebrook. 

Westport, Hezekiah Nichols. 

Weston, Mallett Seeley; Northfield, W. Nichols. 

Wilton, Sam'l F. Lambert. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Adams White. 

Ashford, Dyer Clarke; Eastford, J. Skinner; North, Cyrus 

Keyes; Westford, Michael Richmond. 
Canterbury, Richard Fenner; Westminster, P. Spicer^ 

Packersville, R. Packers, 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 

Hampton, . 

Killingly, George Warren ; Center, G. Kingsbury. 
Plainfield, Henry Sabin; Center Village, A. Harris; Moo- 

sup, John Dunlap. 
Pomfret, Benjamin Child; Landing, George Cady; Abing- 

ton, P. M. Allen. 
Sterling, William Fenner. 

Thompson, Simon Davis; West, F.Nichols; New Bos- 
ton, Charles C, Wood ; Fisherville, W. Fisher, Jr. 
Voluntown, K. Gallup ; South, J. Stanton. 
Windham, James C. Staniford ; Scotland, James Burnett; 

Willimantic, Roswell Moulton; North Windham, Ralph , 

Lincoln. 
Woodstock, George Bowen; North, A. Carpenter; West, 

J. F.Williams. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff; S. Farms, E. J. Woodruff; 

Milton, G. P. Welch; Northfield, Dan Catlin; Bantam 

Falls, L. Kenney. 
Barkhamsted, G. 'W. Merrils ; Hitchcocksville, Hiram 

Goodwin ; Pleasant Valley, Virgil Taylor. 
Bethlem, Homer Skidmore. 



POST-MASTERS. 89 

Canaan, Leman Church; South, W. M. Burrall. 

Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell. 

Cornwall, Julius Beardsley; Bridge, Peter Burce; Hol- 
low, J. E. Sedgwick; West, N. T. Calkins. 

Goshen, John Stone; North, N. H. North. 

Harwinton, Andrew Abernethy. 

Kent, Wells Beardslee; North, J. C. Berry; South, W. 
T. Hopson. 

New Hartford, H. B. Elmer; Centre, J. P. Henderson. 

New Milford, Nath'I Perry; Bridgewater, Glover Sanford; 
Gailord's Bridge, P. Gailord; Northville, S.Bucking- 
ham. 

Norfolk, John A. Shepard. 

Plymouth, J. C. Calhoun; Hollow, Seth Thomas, Jr.; 
Terrysville, John C. Lewis. 

Roxbury, Miron Downs. 

Salisbury, W. L. Graham; Furnace Village, J. G. Mitch- 
ell; Lime Rock, Milo Barnum; Falls Village, John 
Ensign; Chapinville, Henry Grant; Riga, W. J.Pot- 
ter. 

Sharon, Chas. F. Sedgwick; East, C. F. Sedgwdck; Ells- 
worth, Ichabod Everett. 

Torrington , . 

Washington, D. B. Brinsmade; Woodville, Frederick 
Chittenden ; New Preston, Charles Hill. 

Warren, G. P. Tallmadge. 

Watertown, M. Hemingway. 

Winchester, John Boyd ; Centre, Sam'l Huribut. 

Woodbury, Andrew Root. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETowN, E. W. N. Starr; Upper Houses, Nath'I 

Bushnell. 
Haddam, ; E. Haddam, F. W. Green; Moodus, D. 

D. Whitmore; M. Haddam, Huntington Seldon; 

E. Hampton, David Buell; Millington, Geo. Ransom. 
Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. 

Clinton, Edward Wilcox. 
Durham, B. B. Beecher. 
Killingworth, Horace Redfield, 



90 POST-OFFICES. 

Portland, Mrs. Ann B. Smith. 

Saybrook, Galen Dowd; Essex, A. F. Whittemore ; West- 
brook, A. T. Wileox; Deep River, Sedley Snow; Win- 
throp, John Denison. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Luther Eaton. 
Bolton, Hubbel B. Alvord. 
Columbia, B. Hartson. 

Coventry, ; South, S. Bidwell; North, E. Pomroy, Jr. 

Ellington, John Hall; Square Pond, Ephraim Dimock. 
Hebron, Abner Hendee ; Gilead, H. Hutchinson ; Hope 

Valley, David Chapman; Andover, Ransford Button. 
Mansfield, J. Woodward ; Mount Hope, W. A. Fisk. 
Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton ; North, Amariah Kibbee. 
Stafford Sprino:s, R. Woodworth ; West, P. Orcutt. 
Union, D. L; Newell. 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker. 
Willington, Jonathan Weston; Moose Meadow, B. Lilli- 

bridffe. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single letters composed of one piece of paper. 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding . . 
Over 30, and not exceeding 
Over 80, and not exceeding . . 
Over 150, and not exceeding . 

Over 400, 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of pa- 
per, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces of pa- 
per, are charged with triple those rates. 

(Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces of 
paper, are charged with quadruple those rates. 

All letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or more, 
are charged at the rate of single postage for each quarter 



30 


6i 


80 


10 


150 


m 


400 


181 




25 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 91 

of an ounce, or quadruple postage for each ounce, accord- 
ing to weight ; and no letter can be charged with more 
than quadruple postage, unless the weight exceeds one 
ounce avoirdupois. 



NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published, or if carried out of the State, but not 
carried over 100 miles, .... 1 cent. 

Over 100 mite, and out of the State in which it is pub- 
lished, 1^ cents. 



MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, 1| cents per sheet. 

do. do. over 100 miles, . 2^ do. 

If not published periodically, dis- 
tance not over 100 miles, . . 4 do. 

do. do. over 100 miles, . 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half sheet 
royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight pages 
quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes in the 
same proportion. 

All letters transmitted by express mail, are charged 



triple postage. 



Clergymen. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. — Joel Hawes, D. D., Horace Bashnell, Oli- 
ver E. Daggett, Isaac N. Sprague, Edward R. Tyler, 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, c; Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, 



92 CLERGYMEN. 

D. D. LL.D., George Burgess, Silas Totten, D. D., Caleb 
J. Good, Abner Jackson, John Williams, f..; Jeremiah 
S. Eaton, Edmund B. Tumey, b.; Francis Hodgson, m. ; 
John Moore, u. 

Avon. — Stephen Hubbell, John Bartlett, c. ; G. Robins, b. 

Berlin. — Royal Robbins, D wight M. Seward, c. ; Walter 

W. Brewer, A. R. Hills, m. ; John M. Guion, e. ; 

Havens, b. ; Horace G. Smith, u. 

Burlington.— L. H. Pease, c; David Miller, m. 

Bloomfield. — Alfred Gates, e. ; William W. Backus, c; 
Davis Stocking, m. 

Bristol. Gale, (not settled,) c. ; Joseph S. Covel, 

E.; P. Chamberlain, m. ; James Squire, b. 

Canton. — Frederick A. Barton, Jarius Burt, c. ; George 
B. Atwell, b. 

East Hartford. — Samuel Spring, c. ; C. C. Brainard, m. 

East Windsor. — Shubael Bartlett, Levi Smith, 

Pomroy c. ; C. Wheat, m. 

Enfield — Fran cisL. Robbins, c; Joseph Harvey, D.D., p.; 
J. Howson, Warren Emmerson, m. ; Phillip Burlingame, 

SHAKER. 

Farmington. — Noah Porter, D. D., Chauncey Cowles, 
c; A. S.Hill, M. 

Granby. — Daniel Hemingway, c. ; William Dixon, m. ; 
Reed, b. 

Glastenbury. — James A. Smith, Warren G. Jones, Aaron 
Snow, c. ; William B. Ashley, e. ; R. M. Walker, m. 

Hartland.— Leeke Wood, c. ; Asa Bushnell, m. 

Manchester.— Richard Livesy, Ziba Loveland, m.; Ben- 
nett F. Northrop, Enoch Burt, c; David Bennette, b. 

Marlborough. — Hiram Bell, c. ; Walker, 

Sherman, m. 

Simsbury. — Allen McLean, c, Ransom Warner, e.; 
Joseph Toy, m. 

Southington. — Elisha C. Jones, c. ; S. W. Palmer, b. 

Suffield. — A. C. Washburn, B. J. Lane, c. ; Dwight 
Ives, N. H. Reed, b. ; David L. Marks, E. S. Cooke, m. 

Wethersfield. -^Calvin Chapin, Joab Brace, Robert 
Southgate, Josiah Brewer, c. ; William Bentley, b.j Na- 
thaniel Kellogg, M. 

Windsor, — S, D. Jewett, c. j E. S. Cooke, m. 



CLERGYMEN. 93 

NEW- HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven.— Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., Nathan 
W. Taylor, D. D., Leonard Bacon, S. W. S. Button, J. P. 
Thompson, E. L. Cleaveland, Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D., H. 
G. Ludlow, Benjamin L. Swan, James Murdock, D. D., 
Chauncey A. Goodrich, Ammi Linsley, Amzi Benedict, 
Abraham C. Baldwin, c. ; Harry Croswell, D. D., Alonzo 
B. Chapin, Stephen Jewett, Joseph H. Nichols, William 
H.Morgan, e.; Joseph Law, Richard Wymond, m.; T. 
Teasdale, b, ; James Smith, r.c. 

East Haven. — Stephen Dodd, c; Henry Townsend, e. 

North Haven. — Leaverett Griggs, c; A. B. Chapin, e. 

Branford. — Timothy P. Gillett, c; Pascal P. Kidder, 
E. ; Davis T. Shailor, b. 

Bethany. — Saul Clarke, c. ; Isaac Jones, e. 

Cheshire. — Erastus Colton, c; E. Beardsley, F. Mil- 
ler, e. ; Ira Abbot, m. 

Derby. — HoUis Read, John Bray, c. ; Joseph Scott, 
John D. Smith, e. ; Nathaniel Mead, J. Sparks, Sylvester 
Smithj Samuel R. Hickcock, m. 

Guilford. — Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, c; L. T. 
Bennett, David Baldwin, e.j Edward S. Stout, m. ; Elder 
A. B. Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden. — Austin Putnam, c. ; Henry Fitch, e ; Wm. 
S. Stockwell, M. ; David Bradley, b. 

Meriden. — George W. Perkins, c. ; Hervey Miller, b. ; 
Charles W. Everest, e. 

Milford.— B. Pinneo, D. B. Coe, A. M. Train, c; E. I. 
Ives, e. 

Madison. — Sanmel N. Shepard, Judson A. Root, c. ; E. 
O. Beers, m. 

Middlebury. — Jason Atwater, c. ; P. Hopson, e. 

North Branford. — John D. Baldwin, William J. Board- 
man, c. ; David Baldwin, e. 

Orange. — Anson Smyth, Stephen W. Stebbens, c. 

Oxford.— T. Topliff, c. ; A. Nichols, D. Burnham, e. 

Prospect. Bull, c. 

Southbury.— Butterlield, William H. Whitman, 

c. ; Aaron Pearce, m. 

Wallingford. — Edwin R. Gilbert, c. ; Hilliard Bryant, 
B. ; Matthew Bachelor, b. ; Ransom Johnson, m. 



94 CLERGYMEN. 

Wolcott. — Scivilius Stocking, e. 

Waterbury. — David L. Root, c. ; Jacob L. Clarke, 
Oliver Hopson, (Naugatuck,) e.; William C. Hoyt, m. ; 
Woodbridge. — Wm. Elliott, c. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. — Abel McEwen, Artemas Boies, c; 
Robert A. Hallam, e.; H. R. Knapp, Augustus Bolles, b. j 
Allen, M. 

Norwich. — Hiram P. Armes, Alvan Bond, Thomas L. 
Shipman, A. Whitman, c. ; Seth B. Paddock, e.; Wil- 
liam Palmer, M. G. Clark, b. ; Daniel Dorchester, Asa U. 
Swinerton, David N. Bentley, Sewel Lamberton, Sand- 
ford Benton, Asahel Otis, Alansen Latham, m. e. ; John 
B. Wilson, u. ; Andrew J. Gloucester, a. c. 

Bozrah: — Geo. Perkins, John W. Salter, c; Benj. G. 
Goflf, B.; Hempstead, m. 

Colchester. — Joel R. Arnold, c. ; Robert C. Mills, b. 

East Lyme. — Frederic Gridley, c. ; Watrous, b. 

Franklin. — Samuel Nott, c; Comfort D. Filliman, m. 

Griswold. — William Wright, William R. Jewett, c; E. 
Cook, b. 

Groton. — Jared R. Avery, c. ; Ira Stewert, e. 

Preston. — Augustus B. Collins, c, ; Nathan E. Shailor, 
B. ; Dexter Potter, e. 

Lisbon. — Levi Nelson, Joseph Cryer, c. 

Lyme. — David J. Brainard, Philip Payson ; North 
Lyme, George Carrington, Hadlyme ; Oliver Brown, 
Grassy Hill, c. ; North Lyme, Slater, b. 

Lebanon. — John C. Nichols, J. T. Otis, c; Nathan 
Wildman, b. ; Ebenezer Robinson, c. 

Ledyard. — Timothy Tuttle, c. ; Ralph Hurlbut, m. 

North Stonington. — Philo Judson, c; Levi Meech, 
Thomas Dowling, Erastus Denison, b. 

Salem. — Charles Thompson, c. 

Montville. — Spencer F. Bayard, Anson Gleason, c; 
James Hepburn, b, ; Erastus Benton, m. 

Stonington. — J. E. Edwards, N. B. Cook, c. ; J. S. An- 
derson, B. ; J. W. Case, m. 



CLERGYMEN. 95 

Waterford. — Francis Darrow, First Day b. ; Lester Y. 
Rogers, Seventh Day b. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield. — Lyman H. Atwater, Curtiss, c; 

Tibballs, m. ; Nathaniel E. Cornwall, S. Nichols, J. W. 
Nichols, E. ; Fairfield Wood, b. 

Bridgeport. — John Hunter, Nath'l Hasett, c; Gurdon 
S. Coit, E.; S. C. Perry, Richard Noyes, m.; D. Harring- 
ton, B. ; James Smith, r. c. 

Brookfield. — Abner Brundage, Horace Day, c; Ed- 
ward C. Bull, E. 

Danbury. — Rollin S. Stone, c. ; Addison Parker, b. ; 
David H. Short, e. ; Clark, m. 

Darien. — E. D. Kinney, c. 

Greenwich. — Noah Coe, c; B. M. Yarrington, e. 

Huntington. — Thomas Punderson, c. 5 G. A. Sterling, 
E. ; Alva Gregory, b. 

Monroe. — Rodney Rossiter, e. ; Robert D. Gardner, c. ; 
Waterbury,M. ; Denison, b. 

Norwalk.— Wm. C. Mead, D. D., W. Atwell, e. ; Edwin 
Hall, c. ; J. J. Woolsey, b. ; G. N. Smith, m. 

Newtown. — S. S. Stocking, e.; Alexander Leadbetter, 
c. ; Waterbury, b. 

New Fairfield. — David C. Perry, c. ; Uriah Mead, m. 

New Canaan. — Theophilus Smith, c; David Ogden, e.; 
J. T. Sellick, m. 

Redding.— C. J. Todd, e. ; Dan'l Smith, m.; David C. 
Comstock, c. ; John Noye, b. 

Ridgefield. — Joseph Fuller, c. ; Warner Hoyt, e. ; Chas. 
Chittenden, m. 

Stratford.— Wm. B. Weed, c. ; Edwin W. Wiltbank, 
e. ; Paul R. Brown, m. 

Sherman. — Wm. Urmston, c Zacheriah Davenport, 
Jonathan N. , m. 

Stamford. — Ambrose S. Todd, e.; Daniel Smith, c; 
James B. SLickney, b. ; S. Adams, m. 

Trumbull. — David G. Tomlinson, e. 

Westport. — Henry Benedict, c. ; Leacock, e. ; F. 

Hitchcock, u. 



95 CLERGYMEN. 

Weston. — C. T. Prentice, c. ; Wm. Denison, b. ; Geo. 
Waterbury, m. 
Wilton. — John Purvis, e. ; John Smith, c. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. — Riverius Camp, e. ; Geo. J. Tillotson, c. ; 
Wm. Coe, u. ; Thomas Huntington, e. 

Ashford. — Charles Hyde, Alvan Underwood, B. Wil- 
liams, c; Mr. Lyon, E. Skinner, b. ; Barnes, m. 

Canterbury.-— Walter Clarke, Asa King, c. 

Chaplin. — Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Hampton. — Daniel C. Frost, c. 

Killingly. — Henry Robinson, Roswell Whitmore, John 
Hide, c; Nicholas Branch, James Smither, Daniel Wil- 
liams, B. 

Plaintield.— T. Wakefield, — Reed,B.; — Wheeler, m. 

Pomfret. — Daniel Hunt, c. ; Warren Cooper, b. ; Rive- 
rius Camp, E. 

Sterling. — Peleg Peckham, John Gardner, b. ; Jacob 
Allen, c. 

Thompson. — Daniel Dow, c. ; Silas Baily, Nicholas 
Branch, b.; George May, m. 

Voluntown. — Charles S. Weaver, G. Palmer, b. 

Woodstock. — Otis Rock wood, Benjamin Ober, Willard 
Child, Thomas Boutell, c. , Bela Hicks, James Grow, b. 

Windham. — John E. Tyler, A. Sharp, c; Henry B. 
Sherman, e.; Kinney, m.; Guile, b. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield. — J. Brace, J , D.L. Parmelee, c; Truman 
Marsh, William Payne, G. C. V Eastman, e. ; J. Wells, 
T. W. Law, M. 

Barkhamsted . — 

Bethlem. — Fosdic Harrison, c. ; Isaac H. Tuttle, e. 

Canaan. — Henry H. Woodbridge, Edward B. Emmer- 
son, c. ; Levi Warner, Goodrich Horton, m. 

Cornwall. — ^J. L. Maynard, c; Lewis Gunn, m. 



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CLERGYMEN. 97 

Colebrook. — A. E. Ives, c. ; Zalmon Tobey, Erastus 
Doty, B. 

Goshen. — N. Gorhen, Chester Colton, c. ; Thomas El- 
lis, E. 

Harwinton. — Charles Bentley, c. 

New Milford. — Noah Porter, Jr., Abiel B. Camp, c. j 
Enoch Huntington, S. Nichols, e. ; Daniel Baldwin, 
Elijah Baldwin, e.; Davenport, m. 

New Hartford. — JohnWoodbridge, D. D., Cyrus Yale, c. 

Norfolk. — Joseph Eldridge, c. ; Levi Warner, m. 

Plymouth. — Ephraim Lyman, Harvey D. Mitchell, M. 
Richardson, c. ; William Watson, Fred'k Woodward, e. 

Roxbury. — Austin Isham, c. ; George L. Foote, e. 

Salisbury. — Adam Reid, c; David S. Devins, e.; J. 
Shaw, M. 

Sharon.— Gro we L. Brownell, c; Hart'F. Pease, m.;. 
S. T. Carpenter, e. 

Warren. — Harley GoodAvin,c.; Charles Everett, Seth 
Scofield, M. 

Washington. — Gordon Hayes, Benj, B. Parsons, c; 
G. W. Gordon, Foot, e. 

Watertown.— Philo R. Hurd, c. ; Nathaniel S. Richard- 
son, e. 

Winchester. — James Brach, Frederick Marsh, c; E. 
Washburn, D. Coe, H. Rockwell, m. 

Woodbury. — Samuel R. Andrews, John Churchill, c; 
S. G. Hitchcock, e.; Thacher, m. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown. — John R. Crane, Zebulon Crocker, Ar- 
thur Granger, Jas. H. Francis, c. ; S. F. Jarvis, D. D., 
John Williams, e.; A. M. Osborn, Joseph Holdrich,Laban 
Clark, Jacob F. Huber, D. D. Wheadon, Daniel Burrows, 
William M. Willet, m. ; Frederick Wightman, Jonathan 
Goodwin, b. ; Merritt Sanford, u. 

Chatham. — Charles Bradley, e.; Holway, m. 

Chester. — Sj^lvester Barrows, b. ; Amos S. Chese- 
brough, c. 

Clinton. — Orlo D. Hine, c; Charles Stearnes, m. 
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yy CLERGYMEN. 

Durham.— Charles L. Mills, c. ; W. M. Bangs, m. 

East Haddam. — Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, Geo. 
Carrington, c. ; Thomas G. Salter, e. 

Haddam.— D. D. Field, c. 

Killingworth. — Ephraim G. Swift, c. 

Portland. — S. A. Loper, c. 

Saybrook. — Fred'k W. Hotchkiss, C. B. Crane, Aaron 
Hovey, Fred'k Chapman, c. ; Wm. Warland, Thomas H. 
Vaill, E. ; W. G. Miller, Pierpont Brocket, Russell Jen- 
nings, Henry Wooster, b. ; Charles R. Adams, Ten- 
grove, M. 

Westbrook.— Wm. A. Hyde, c. ; John L. Ambler, m. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland. — Abram Marsh, c; Leffingwell, Row- 
land Lathrop, m. 

Bolton. — ^James Ely, c; Caleb B. Rogers, m. ; Ebene- 
zer Robinson, u. 

Coventry. — G. A. Calhoun, Alpha Miller, Chauncey 
Booth, c. 

Columbia. — ^J. Woodward, c. 

Ellington. — Diodate Brockway, Ezekiel Nash, c. 

Hebron. — Charles Nichols, Sylvester Selden, c. ; Al- 
pheus Geer, e. ; A. C. Wheat, m. 

Mansfield. — Anson S. Atwood, Reuben Torrey, c; 
Henry Bromley, b. ; Lozien Pierce, m. 

Somers. — ^James P. Terry, c. ; Arnold, m. ; 

Lyon, u. 

Stafford. — George H. Woodward, Elliott Palmer, c. ; 
Washington Munger, b. ; Blood, m. ; Waldo Lyon, u. 

Uuion. — Sam'l I. Curtiss, c. 

Vernon. — Chester Humphrey, Augustus Pomeroy, c. 

Willington. — David Brancroft, c. ; Elisha Cushman, b.; 
Ira M. Bidwell, m. 



CITIES. • 99 

Incorporated Citie s. 

HARTFORD. 

THOMAS K. BRACE, Mayor, 

aldermen and judges. 
Jeremy Hoadley, David F. Robinson. 
Joseph Pratt, ; j?^^^^^^ 
Roderick Terry, ^^^^^^^^^' 
Common Council. 
William Hayden, Nathaniel Woodhouse, Philip Rip- 
ley, Denison Morgan, Leonard Kennedy, Jr., Perry 
Smith, Ezra Strong, Lemuel Humphrey, Eli Gilman, 
John G. Mix, Gurdon Fox, Stephen Spencer, Charles 
Goodwin, Daniel W. Clark, Amos M. Collins, Daniel 
p. Crosby, Gideon Welles, Giles P. Grant, Charles Bos- 
well, William D. Eaton. 

City Sheriffs. — Benjamin Hastings, Chester Adams. 
City Clerk. — Henry Francis. 
Treasurer. — Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Collector. — Benjamin Hastings. 
Auditor. — William N. Matson. 
City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, third Monday in April. 
Population, 9,468. 



NEW HAVEN. 

SAMUEL J. HITCHCOCK, Mayor. 

aldermen and judges. 

Harvey Sanford, Philos Blake, 

Zelotes Day, > -77 

Anson N. Skinner, ] ^^^^^^- 

Common Council. 

Eli B. Austin, Beriah Bradley, James Winship, Levi 

Gilbert, 1st, Thomas Ensign, Leverett Shepherd, Charles 



O'Neil, Abraham A. Thompson, Morris Tyler, Augustus 
Lines, Elisha Dickerman, Jr., Willys Peck, Henry Hook- 
er, John Ritter, Leonard Pardee, Edward C. Herrick, 
Benjamin W. Stone, John G. Hotchkiss, Jarvis P. Bunce' 
Benjamin M. Sherman. 

( lerk.—E. C. Herrick. 

l^reasurer. — Amos Townsend, Jr. 

Collector. — Gardner Morse. 

Auditor. — Enos A. Prescott. 

Sheriffs. — Scovil Plinman, Joseph Fairchild. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 
Population, 12,957. 



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NEW LONDON. 

CALEB J. ALLEN, Mayor. 

aldermen and judges. 
Jason Beckwith, Joseph Lawrence. 

Perry Douglass, } ..-, 
William Iate, 5 

Common Council, 

Jonathan Brooks, John Bishop, Jonathan Rogers, Jr., 
John Congdon, Charles Comstock, Charles Chapman, 
Joseph Skinner, 2d., George Minard, J. A. Smith, Thomas 
Payne, George Shepard, Erastus Howard. 

CZer^.— Ansel C. Bailey. 

Ireasurer. — Daniel B. Hempstead, 

Sheriffs.— RdhQii Fellows, Jason A. Rogers. 

^^e?^.^.— Nathan Belcher. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 
Population, 5,528. 



CITIES. 101 

NORWICH. 

JOHN BREED, Maym\ 

GuRDON Chapman, Joseph Backus, ; j^dcrmen 
Amos Cobb, Jeddeiah Huntington, S 

Common Council. 

Gurdon Pendleton, Alvan Wickham, Erastus Williams, 
R. W. Roath, James Spalding, Thomas M. Jewett, Jesse 
Fuller, Simeon Hubbard. 

Clerk^ Attorney^ and Clerk of City Court. — -Geo. Perkins. 

Ti'easurer. — Lyman Brewer. 

Auditor. — Joseph Breed. 

Sheriffs. — Frederick Prentice, Samuel M. Downer. 

City Court held on the second Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 
Population, 4,200. 



MIDDLE TOWN, 

SAMUEL D. HUBBARD, Mayor. 

Richard Rand, Austin Baldwin, ; 47^.,.^.,, 
Horace Clark, Ephraim Crofoot, S ^^'^^^^^^^ 

Common Council. 

Charles Buckland, Alfred Southmayd, David D. Parm- 
elee, William Woodward, Frederick Sill, Elias Lewis, 
Elliott Bradley, Horace D. Hall, Barzillai D. Sage. 

Clerk and Treasurer .^ and Clerk of City Court, — John 
Fisk. 

Sheriffs. — Harvey Treadway, Daniel Samson. 

City Court held the second Tuesday of each month. 

Annual Meeting, third Monday in January. 
Population, 3,511. 



102 CITIES. BOROUGHS. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

JAMES C. LOOMIS, Mayor. 

Daniel Thatcher, Smith Tweedy, ? .7, 

Charles DeForest, Philip A. Cannon, \ ^f''^^^^^'" 
Common Council. 

Charles Foote, Gideon Thompson, William A. Peck, 
William Lum, J. M. Conklin, D. B. Nichols, H. K. Haight, 
P. F. Bamum, David Perry, B. S. Smith, Stephen Tom- 
linson, O. B. Hall, Edwin Porter, Joseph Crosb)^, Joshua 
Lord, Edmond Thompson, Henry Shelton,Wooster Curtis, 
Abijah Hawley, William B. Dyer. 

Clerk. — Ira Sherman. 

Treasurer. — N. S. Wordin. 

Ctiy Recorder. — Philo Hurd. 

Shenffs.--J. H. Whiting, D. L. Mills. 
Population, 3,294. 



Boroughs. 



COLCHESTER. 

David B. Carroll, Warden. 

Burgesses. — John T. Bulkley, Pomeroy Hall, Simeon 
Woodworth, Daniel Bulkley, Bradford Sparrow, George 
C.Clarke. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Elijah Ransom. 

Bailiff.— 'J. S. Morgan. 



ESSEX* 

Uriah Hayden, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Samuel Ingham, Amasa Hayden, H. L. 



BOROUGHS. 103 

Cliamplin, I. H. Hayden, H. D. Braddock, Elias Redfield. 
^ Clerk and Treasurer.— \Jxm\i S. Hayden. 



WO RTHINGTON. 

Lyris Lamb, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Josiah Edwards, J. Emerson, James Bulk- 
ley, Jacob S. Brandegee, Elishama Brandegee, Horatio 
Gridley. 

Clerk. — Timothy Boardman. 

Bailiff'.— ^YiQilook C. Hall. 



GUIL FORD. 

Miles Munger, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Reuben Stone, Wm. Hale, David K. Parm- 
elee, R. J. Holmes, Henry Loper. 
Treasurer. — George Landon. 
Cle7-k. — Roger Griswold. 
Bailiff. — Elisha Hutchinson. 



NEW TO WN, 

John Johnson, Warden. 

Burgesses. — David H. Belden, Samuel C. Blackman-, 
James B. Fareman, Sallee P. Barnum, Thomas Black- 
mail, Henry Beers. 

Bailiff. — Josiah B. Fairchild. 



CLINTON. 

George Garter, Warden. 
Burgesses.-!^l^\>Qn Redfield, S. R, Dibball, D. L. Wright, 



104 BOEOUGHS. 

John L. Herll, David Dibball, W. H. Redfield. 
Clerk. — Silas Higgins. 
T^reasurer. — Edward Wright. 
Bailiff. — John R. Farnham. 



N O R W A L K • 

Joseph W. Hubbell, Warden. 
Burges&es. — Matthew Hubbell, Henry Selleck, W. J. 
Street, A. E. Smith, G. D. Jennings. 



STAMFORD. 

Theodore Davenport, Warden. 
Burgesses. — George S. Smith, W. H. Holly, S. Seeley, 
3. B. Provost, D. W Smith, J. B. Scofield, E. T. Webb. 
CZer^.—Chauncey Ayres. 
Ti-easnrer. — Stephen B. Provost. 
Agent. — William T. Minor. 



S T ONI N G T ON. 

George E. Palmer, Warden. 
Burgesses. — C. H. Smith, C. T. Stanton, Azariah Stan- 
on, T. M. Brown, R. C. Hancox. 
Treasurer and Clerk. — O. York. 
Bailiff. — Benjamin Wright. 



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LITCHFIELD. 

Joseph Adams, President. 
Clerk and Bailiff. — Sylvester Galpin. 
Treasurer. — Josiah G. Beckwith. 
Warden. — Moses Morse. 



BANKS. 105 

BERLIN. 

Joseph Booth, Jr., Warden. 
Clerk. — Timothy Boardman. 



WATERBURY. 

Edward Chittenden, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Jesse Upson, G. W. Benedict, Geo. S. Wat- 
son, J. C. Booth, S. B. Warner, R. S. Seymour. 
Treasurer. — John M. Stocking. 
Bailiff.— -WiWis Johnson. 



Banks 



HARTFORD BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. — David F. Robinson, Joseph Trumbull, Amos 
M. Collins, Chas. H. Northam, Jas. B. Hosmer, B. Hud- 
son, Erastus Ellsworth, James Cowles, Roswell Brown, 
H. B. Chaffee, Francis Parsons, Ezra White, Jr. 

Attorney. — Francis Parsons. 

Discount days^ Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Election^ 2d Tuesday in June. 

Dividends^ semi-annually, in June and December. 

Capital Stock, 1,118,000 dollars. 



PHCENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President, 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 
Directors. — George Beach, Samuel Tudor, H. Shepard, 



106 BANKS. 

Gyprian Nichols, Thomas Belknap, Thomas Bames,Geo. 
Roberts, Henry Lewis, George Plummer, Frederick Tyler, 
Allen S. Stillman. 

Discount Days, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Election, 1st Thursday in September. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, 1,233,100 dollars. 

Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield, 

Asa Bacon, President. 
G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors, Asa Bacon, O. S. Seymour, E. C. Bacon, 
Samuel Buel, Benjamin DeForest, Oliver Goodwin, John 
C. Coffing. 
Attorney, O. S. Seymour. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKIKG COMPANY. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors, William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel 
Buck, Stephen Spencer, Joseph Church, Nathan Colton, 
Eli Gilman, Miles A. Tuttle. 
Attorney, Francis Parsons. 
Discount Days, Mondays, and Thursdavs. 
Capital Stock, 250,000 dollars. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

A. H. PoMROY, President. 

William T. Hooker, Cashire. 

Directors, A. H. Pomroy, Joseph Pratt, Luther Loomis, 

Jesse Savage, H. Goodwin, 2d., Lemuel Humphrey, J. 

Goodwin, Jr., Joseph Hyde, Elbridge Cutler, Oliver Filley, 

Horace Belden, Henry Keeney, Joseph Ellsworth. 



BANKS. 107 

Discount Days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 
Annual Meetings, First Tuesday in May. 
Capital Stock, 516,300 dollars, with liberty to increase 
1,000,000 dollars. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors. — Roderick Terry, E. Flower, L. Kennedy, Jr., 
L. B. Hanks, Abner Case, Henry Waterman, A. W. But- 
ler, Robert Buell, Thomas K. Brace, Solomon Porter, 
Acftian Jones, Ter?ius Wadsworth, James Dixon. 
Attorifiey, Francis Pelloweso 
Discount Days, Monday, W ednesday aBd Friday. 
Capital Stock, 500,000 dollars; paid in, ^«>0,000 dollars. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward WooDBRrooE, President, 

Vice Presidents. — James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Charles Hosmer, John 
Butler, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen 
Spencer, Solomon Porter, Charles Reynolds. 

Trustees. — Jeremy Hoadley, Richard Bigelow, Henry A. 
Perkins, Albert Day, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, 
John W. Bull, Haynes L. Porter, Jesse Savage, A. M. 
Collins, Edward GoodAvin, Ezra S. Hamilton, Philemon 
Canfield, William Rogers, Calvin Day, Royal R. Hinman, 
Thomas Smith, John Warburton, William T. Hooker, Job 
Allyn, Edmund G. Howe, John Beach, Henry Perkins, 
Harvey Seymour. 

Secretary. Haynes L. Porter. 

Treasurer, Reuben Langdon. 



108 BANKS. 

NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, Jr., Cashier. 

Directors. — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, Samuel 
Huggins, Jared P. Whittlesey, Timothy Bishop, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Isaac H. Townsend, Zebul Bradley, Augus- 
tus S. Street, Caleb Brintnall. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, first Thursday in July. 

Capital Stock, ^335,000. 



MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors.— John Fitch, Joseph N. Clarke, Russell 
Hotchkiss, N. Peck, Jr., Levi Gilbert, Nathaniel F. 
Thompson, Simeon Marble, Elihu Sanford, Henry White. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors.— Heivej Sanford, Samuel St. John, David 
Daggett, Charles Atwater, Wm. Johnson, Oliver Bryan, 
Zelotes Day, H. W. Edwards, Sherman Smith. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 1 to 3 
P.M. 

Capital, $500,000, all paid in. 



BAlXlilS. 100 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 
Directors.— Henry Hotchkiss, Lewis Hotchkiss, Elam 
Hull, Smith Tuttle, Isaac Leavenworth, Matthew G. El- 
liot, Nathaniel Bacon, LeverettGriswold, Stephen Bishop. 
Annual Mectins^, first Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, '$500,000. 



NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and lyeasvA-er, 



MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Harris Hayden, Cashier. 
Directors. — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, E. A, 
Cowles, Noah Pomeroy, James S. Brooks, E. H. Curtiss, 
Willys Woodruff, Ambrose Ives, Asa Hubbard. 
Attorney. — Benajah Andrews. 
Discount day^ every Wednesday. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in November. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 

/directors.— Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. Miner, 

Archibald Mercer, Edward Hallam, George R. Lewis, 

Charles A. Lewis, Felix Ansart, James Morgan, Nathan- 



r, J. C. Sis- I 



iel Matson, Alfred White, Richard McCurdy, 
tare. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays, ^ 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 
P.M. 

Annual meeting, first Tuesday in June. 

Capital Stock, ^100,000. 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. P. Button, Cashier. 

Directors. — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thomson, Thomas 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappel, Jonathan 
Coit, Anthony Thatcher, Thomas S. Perkins, Asa Otis, 
Stephen J. Lord. J 

Attorney. — Thomas S. Perkins. ' 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 15 A. M., and from 2 to 4 
P.M. 

Ann/iial Meeting, first Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, ^300,000. 



WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON. 

CoDDiNGTON BiLLiNGs, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 

Directors. — Coddington Billings, Lyman Lav, Joseph 
Lawrence, John Brandegee, Wanton A. Weaver, Abner 
Bassett, Adam Frink, Acors Barnes. 

Attorney. — Wm. F. Brainard. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hows of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 9 to 4 
P.M. -^ 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

Capital stock, $300,000. 



BANKS. Ill 

NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Robert Coit, Ezra Chappel, Asa Otis. 
Directors. — Archibald Mercer, Thomas S. Perkins, Jon- 
athan Starr, Noyes Billings, C. S. Stockman. 
Secretary and Ti'easurer. — Joseph C. Sistare. 
Capital Stock, ^150,000. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabbz Huntington, President 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 

Directors. — Jabez Huntington, John L. Boswell, Jona- 
than G. W. Trumbull, Nathaniel Shipman, Jedediah 
Huntington, John Isham, Jacob W. Kinney, "Wm. A. 
Buckingham, Russell Hubbard, James Treat, Amos Cobb, 
George Bliss, Joseph Williams. 

Attorney. — George Perkins. 

Annual Meeting in June. Diridends, in January and 
July. 

Capital St9ck, ^210,000. 



THAMES BANK, NOSWICH. 

William P. Qreene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors. — William P. Greene, Edward Whiting, Adam 
Larrabee, George Hill, Samuel C. Morgan, Walter Les- 
ter, Gurdon Chapman. 

Annual Meeting., in June. Dividends, In March and 
September. « 

Capital Stock, ^200,000. 



112 BANKS. 

QUINNEBAUG BANK, NORWICH. 

Francis A. Perkins, President. 

Daniel L. Trumbull, Cashier. 

Directors. — F. A. Perkins, C. W. Rockwell, George L. 

Perkins, John A. Rockwell, John Breed, Joseph Backus, 

Charles Coit, Wm. P. Eaton, Fred. Prentice, J. Leavens. 

Capital Stock, $500,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK, NORWICH. 

William Williams, President. 
Joel W. White, CasJiier. 

Directors. — William Williams, Stephen Fitch, Sher- 
wood Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, Joseph 
H. Doane, John Brewster, Elijah A. Bill, H. B. Bucking- 
ham, Roswell Morgan, Samuel Tyler, Henry B. Tracy, 
Albert B. Isham, Elisha Tracy, Joseph Tyler. 

Annual Meetings in September. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Cupital Stock, $150,000. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Secretary and Treasurer. — J. Huntington. 
AnnuM Meeting, in June. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Joseph S. Gladding, President, 
John Johnson, Cashier. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



BANKS. 113 

STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors.— ¥.. Williams, G. Trumbull, Giles R. Hallam, 
Jesse D. Noyes, B. Pomroy, John W. Hull, Charles P. 
Wiiliams, John F. TrumbUll, Wm. Lord, B. Pendleton, 
C. Malloiy, Henry Smith, C. G. Williams. 
Capital Stock, $56,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 
Directors. — Elisha Faxon, Elias Brown, John Hyde, 
Elisha Haley, Stephen Haley, Asa Fish, Silas Beebe, 
Nathan D aboil, Henry Harding, Jeremiah Holmes, Elisha 
Faxon, Jr., David Baldwin. 
Attorney.— C]\^x\qs Sabin. 
Capital, S'50,000. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 

Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 
Directors. — John Baldwin, John Webb, Jr., Levi John- 
son, E. G. Hammond, J. A. Perkins, Waldo Bingham, 
William Smith, John Tracy, Joel W. White, Philip 
Pearl, Henry S. Wolcott. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier, 
Directors. — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John McClel- 
lan, E. C. Eaton, Wm. Putnam, B. P. Spalding, Adams 
8 



114: BA^VKS. 



White, John Gallup, 3d., Edward Fogg, Daniel P. Tyler, 
Henry G. Tain tor, Asahel Hammond, Spalding Barstow. 



THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosb^t, Pi'esident. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 

Directors. — Wm. H. Mason, Wm. Read, Wm. Fisher, 
Franklin Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Simon Davis, Tal- 
cott Crosby, Vernon Stiles, Leonard Ballon, N.T.Adams, 
Erastus Knight. ^ 

Attorney. — Simon Davis. 

Discount days^ Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meetings first Tuesday in January. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



BPaDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors.— S. Hartwell, S. Tomlinson, C. B. Hubbell, 
D. B. Nichols, H. Beers, J. Booth, H. Lyon, H. Allen'. 
Discount days J Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, 200,000 dollars. 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. • 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors. — Nathaniel Wade, Daniel Fayerweather, 
Enoch Foote, Alexander Hamilton, S. B. Jones, David 
Brooks, Josiah Hubbell, John W. Sterling. 
Attorney. — Henry Dutton. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 



BANKS. 115 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 

Thomas Warner, Jr., Cashier, 
Directors.— ClsLYk Bissell, Benj. Isaacs, Wm. S. Street, 
Buckingham Lockwood, Charles Isaacs, Stiles Curtiss, 
Joseph W. Hubbell. 

FAIRFIELD BRANCH BANK, DANBURY. , 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
Edward Hill, Cashier. 
Directors. — John W. Leeds, Theodore Davenport, Ste- 
phen B. Provost, John Dean, Ezra H. Bishop, Stephen 
Smith, Joseph Brush, Stephen Hoyt, Jr. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jeremiah Sturges, President. 
Francis D. Perry, Cashier. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Dyer Ames, Jr., Cashier. 

Directors.-'-'Elilah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, Wm. 
L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor, Wm. J. Trench, John H. Wat- 
kinson, Ebenezdr Wilcox, Elijah Lucas, George Dickin- 
son, David Alien, Henry G. Hubbard. 

Attorney. — Jonaihan Barnes. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeti7ig, first Tuesday in January. 

Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business from 9 to 12, A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $419,300. 



116 BANKS. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 

Directors. — Samuel Russell, J. W. Alsop, Ebenezer 
Jackson, Wm. S. Camp, E. H. Roberts, Robert Johnson, 
Henry D. Smith, John Stewart, Hezekiah Scovel, Deimis 
Camp, Hiram Birdsey. 

Attorney, Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount daySj Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Capital Stock, ^200,000. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Richard Rand, President. 
Vice Presidents, Augustus Cook, Wm. C. Bowers. 
Directors, Joseph Taylor, Joseph Arnold, Alfred South- 
mayd, Edmund Hughes, John H. Sumner. 
Secretary and Treasurer, Henry S. Ward. 



EAST HADDAM BANK. 

John C. Palmer, President. 
T. C. BoARDMAN, Cashier. 
Directors. — Timothy Green, Noah Bulkley, Eliphalet A. 
Bulkley, John C. Palmer, Wm. Palmer, Jr., Joshua 
L'Hommedieu,R. S. Pratt, J. R. Gardiner, Francis Griffin, 
Augustus Olmsted, Samuel Arnold, 2d.j R. P. Williams, 
G. E. Goodspeed. 

Discoimt days, Tuesday and Friday. 
Capital Stock, ^75,000. 

TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Eli s HA Stearns, President, 
Jonathan R. Flynn, Cashier. 



BANKS. 117 

Directors.— Elisha. Steams, Elijah Smith, Willys Gilbert, 
David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Henry Strong, Miner Grant, 
John H. Brockway, Hiram Rider. 

Annual Meeting, Third Monday in October. 

Capital, $75,000. 



TOLLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated, Mo.y, 1841. 

George Kellogg, President. 

Vice President. — Zalmon Storrs, Wyllys Gilbert, Ezra 
Chapman, Abner Hendee, N. O. Kellogg, R. B. Cham- 
berlin, Elisha Johnson. 

Directors, Loren P. Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Jesse Car- 
penter, Channcey Griggs, Elijah W. Smith. 

Secretary, Oliver R. Isham. 

1\easurer, Jonathan R. Plynt. 

Annual Meeting, on the fourth Monday of June at 3 
o'clock, P. M., in Tolland. 



Bank Commissioner $» 

Wm. Mather, Jr., of Simsbury, Ezra Chappell, of Nev 
London. 



Bank Directors on the part of the State. 

Charles DeForest, a Director in Bridgeport Bank, Eli 
Wilcox in the Middlesex County Bank, Thomas S. Hus- 
ted in the Fairfield County Bank, Ezra S. Hamilton in 
the Hartford Bank, Richard Rand in the Middletown 
Bank, Philemon Can field in the Farmers and Mechanics 
Bank, Caleb Brintnall in the New Haven Bank, Edward 
G. Howe and William T. Lee in the Phoenix Bank, 
Daniel Tyler in the Norwich Bank, Lafayette S. Foster 
in the Merchants Bank, Justin Swift in the Windham 
Bank, Joseph Brooks in the Connecticut Bank, Peter D. 
Irish in the New London Bank. 



118 COMPANIES. 

Insurance Companies. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 
James G. Bolles, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



Protection^ Fire and Marine Insurance Company^ Hartford. 

D. W. Clark, President. 
William Conner, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, ^150,000. 



Mtna Fire Insurance Company ^ Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary: 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



Hartford Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Daniel St. John, President. 
Ward Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Charles Shepard, Secretary. 
Pledged capital, 475,000 dollars. 
Amount insured, 6,500,000. Losses paid, $10,000. 
Number of members, 8000. 
Incorporated in 1830. 



New London Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 

Richard Law, President. 
Coleby Chew, Secretary. 
Annual election in July. 

Capital Stock, 150,000 dollars. 



COMPANIES. 119 

Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company y Middletown. 

Samuel Cooper, President. 
William Woodward, Secretary* 



New Lmidon County Mutual Fire Insurance Company ^ 
Norwich. — Chartered in May^ 1840. 

Joseph Backus, President. 
John DeWitt, Secretary. 



Norwich Fire Insurance Company. 

Charles P. Huntington, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual meeting 1st Wednesday in January. 
Capital Stock, 100,000 dollars. 



Norwich Mutual Assurance Company. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 
Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual meeting 2d Monday in January. 
Capital stock, Qfim dollars. 



Litchfield Mutual Assurance Company, 

William Buel, President. 
Sylvester Galpin, Secretary. 
Oliver Goodwin, Treasurer, 



Tolland County Mutual Insurance Company. 

Ariel Ladd, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
L. P. Waldo, Treasurer. 



120 COMPANIES. 



R a i 1 ' R a d s . 



Hartford and New Haven Rail-Road Company. 

Daniel Buck, President. 
Valentine Reynolds, Agent of the Depot, Hartford. 
E. Spencer, Treasurer. 
E. Wads worth, Agent at New Haven. 
James N. Palmer, Engineer. 
H. Fitch, Secretary. 



Housatonic Rail-Road Company. 

William P. Burrall, President. 
Jesse Sterling, Treasurer. 
William H, Noble, Secretary. 
R. B. Mason, Chief Engineer and Superintendent of 
Transportation. 



Norwich and Worcester Rail-Road Company. 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
T. Willis Pratt, Superintendent of Road. 
Roger Huntington, Clerk. 

New York^ Providence and Boston Rail-Road Company. 

Courtlandt Palmer, President. 
W. Gibbs M'Neil, Superintendent and Agent. 
Francis Amy, Treasurer. 



Bridgeport Whaling Company. 

Daniel Tomlinson, President. 
Sherwood Sterling, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Samuel F. Hurd, Agent. 



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COMPANIES. COLLEGES. 121 

Bridgeport Marine Company. 

S. Sterling, President and Agent. 
Abijah Hawley, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Colleges and Academies. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 



PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day , D.D.LL.D. President, HisExc. W. 
W. Ellsworth, LL. D., Hon. Charles Hawley, Rev. Daniel 
Smith, Rev. Calvin Chapjn, P. D., Rev. David Smith, Rev . 
Noah Porter, D. D., Re^' Daniel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron 
Dutton, Rev. Abel Mcfewen, Rev. Diodate Brockway, 
Rev. Samuel R. Andrew, Rev. Leonard Baton, Hon. 
Joshua B. Ferris, Hon. Samuel C. Selden, Hon. Lambert 
Hitchcock, Hon. Henry Strong, Hon. Joseph Eaton, Hon. 
William Robbins. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, Esq. 

pJCULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d.. President 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d., Kent Professor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d., ll. d.. Professor of Chemis- 
try, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Eli Ives, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of 
Physic. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, d. d.J D wight Professor 
of Didatic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d.. Professor of the Principles and 
Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d.. Professor of Obstetrics. 



122 COLLEGES, 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m., Professor of sacred Literature. 

Hon. Samuel J. Hitchcock, Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, d. d., Livingston Professor of 
Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, d. d., Professsor of the 
Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m., Professor of Natural Philoso- 
phy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, a. m., Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, m. d., Professor of Anatomy and Phys- 
iology. 

Rev. William A. Larned, a.m., Professor of Rhetoric and 
English Literature. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m.. Professor of Mathematics. 

Edward C. Salisbury, a. m., Professor of Arabic and 
Sanscrit. 

Charles U. Shepard,M. d., Lecturer in Natural History. 

Thomas A. Thacher, a. m., Tutor in Latin. 

William D. Ely, a. m., Tutor in Natural Pliilosophy. 

Daniel Powers, a.m., Tutor in Mathematics. 

Edward Strong, a. m., Tutor in Greek. 

Lewis J. Dudley, a. m., Tator in Greek. 

David T. Stoddard, a. m., Tutor in Greek. 

James Nooney, Tutor in Mathematics. 

Erasmus D. North, m. d., Instructor in Elocution, 

Francois Turner, Instructor in the French Language. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Perspect- 
ive. 

Benjamin Silliman, Jr., a. m., Assistant in the Depart- 
ments of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Elijah Middlebrook, m. d. Earl Swift, m. d. 

Luther Ticknor, m. d. Jeremiah T. Denison, m. d. 

Dyar T. Brainard, m. d. Archibald Welch, m. d. 

LIBRAEY. 

Number of volumes in the College Library 13,000 



COLLEGES. 



123 



Brothers, 8,010 

Lionian, 8,030 

Calliopean, 5,190 

THE CATALOGUE OF 1841-2, EXHIBITS THE FOL- 
LOWING SUMMARY. 

Theological Students, 59 

Law Students, 31 

Medical Students, 47 

Resident Graduates, . . • . 3 

Seniors, 108 

Juniors, . 107 

Sophomores, . , . ^ . . 125 

Freshmen, . . . . . . . 70 

Total, 550 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the third Thursday in 
August. 



VACATIONS. 

1. Six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the third 
Thursday in August. 

2. Two weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks from the last Wednesday in April. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d., President ex-ofl5cio; Rt. Rev. 
Thomas C. Brownell, s. t. d., ll. d. ; Rev. Harry Cros- 
well, s. T. D.; Charles Sigourney, Esq. ; Richard Adams, 
Esq.; Jonathan Starr, Esq.; Hon. John S. Petsrs, ll. 
D.; William H. Imlay, Esq. ; Samuel Tudor, Esq.; Seth 
P. Beers, Esq. ; Rev. William Jarvis ; Hon. Isaac Tou- 



124 COLLEGES. 

cey; Samuel H. Huntington, Esq.; Ward Woodbridge , 
Esq. ; Hon. William W. Boardman ; Rev. Frederick Hol- 
comb, s. T. D. ; Rev. Stephen Jewett; Rev. Geo. Burgess 
William H. Scovill, Esq.; Robert Watkinson, Esq, 
Thomas Belknap, Esq. ; Rev. Wm. Cooper Mead, s. t. d. 
George Brinley, Esq. ; Charles Davies, Esq. 

Secretary of the Board^ Samuel H. Huntington, Esq. 

Treasurer^ Thomas Belknap, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d., President, and Hobart Pro- 
fessor of Belles Letters and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, a.m., Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. Caleb J. Good, a. m., Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

George Sumner, m. d., Professor of Botany. 
Hon. William W. Ellsworth, ll. d,, Professor of Law. 
Rev. A. Jackson, a. m., Professor of Moral and Intellec- 
tual Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Samuel B. Beresford, m. d., Lecturer on Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Marcus F. Hyde, a. b. Tutor. 
Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 

The Catalogue of 1841 exhibits the following summary. 
Resident Graduates, . . . . . 3 

Seniors, 17 

Juniors, 27 

Sophomores, 23 

Freshmen, 13 

Total, ...... 83 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual Commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

First— Seven weeks from Commencement. 



COLLEGES. 125 

Second — Two weeks from the Thursday before the 25th 
of December. 

Third—Foiir weeks from the Thursday before the 12th 
of April. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clarke, Middletown; Rev. Heman Bangs, 
New York; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Hartford; Aaron 
Sanford, Esq., Redding; James L. Phelps, d. d., N.York; 
John L. Smith, Esq., Middletown ; Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, 
Wilbraham, Mass. ; Hon. Abel Bliss, Wibraham, Mass.; 
Rev. John W. Hardy, Wilbraham, Mass.; Rev. C. D. Ga- 
boon, Lyndon, Vt. ; Hon. Seth Sprague, Jr., Duxbury, 
Mass.; William J. Trench, Esq., Middletown; Samuel 
Russell, Esq., Middletown; Hon. Elijah Hubbard, Mid- 
dletown; Jonathan Barnes, Esq., Middletown; Hon. Wil- 
liam L. Storrs, Middletown ; Samuel D. Hubbard, Esq., 
Middletown ; Isaac Webb, Esq., Middletown ; Hon. Eb- 
enezer Jackson, Middletown ; Rev. Charles Adams, Wil- 
braham, Mass.; Rev. Stephen Olin, d. d., New York. 



Rev. Nathan Bangs, D. D., President^ and Professor of 
Ecclesiastical History. 

Augustus W. Smith, A. M., Professor of Natural Phi- 
losophy and Astronomy. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, A. M., Professor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 

Rev. Joseph Holdich, A. M., Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles Letters. 

Rev. Jacob F. Huber, A. M. Professor of Modern Lan- 
guages and Librarian. 

John Johnston, A. M. Professor of Natural Science. 

Harvey B. Lane, A. M., Professor of Mathematics and 
Civil Engineering. 

Hon. William L. Storrs, Professor of Law. 

Rev. William M, Willet, Teacher in Hebrew. 



126 COLLEGES. 

Alfred Saxe, A. M., Professor of Normal Instruction. 
Rev. Geoi^e-W. Ninde, A. B.. Tutor. 
Commencement.-^-First Wednesday in Augfust. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Loccded at East Windsor — Incorporated in May^ 1834. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D. President. 
Rev. Daniel Dow ; Rev. Timothy P. Gillett; Rev. Na- 
thaniel Hewitt, D. D. ; Asahel Nettleton, D. D.; Rev. Geo. 
A. Calhoun; Rev. Samuel Spring; Rev. Cyrus Yale; 
Rev. Abner Brundage; Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D. ; 
Rev. Isaac Parsons; Rev. "William Ely; Rev. Frederick 
Marsh; Rev. Levi Smith; Hon. Eli B. Haskell; Hon. 
Seth Terry ; Erastus Ellsworth, Esq. ; PJchard E. Selden, 
Jr., Esq.; Eliphalet Terry, Esq.; Chester Bulkley, Esq.j; 
Herlehigh Haskell; Esq.; James B. Hosmer, Esq.; Rev. 
David L. Parmelee ; Rev. Bennet F. Northrop,; Rev. E. 
L. Cleaveland. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President and Professor of 
Christian Theology. 

Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D.. Professor of Ecclesias- 
tical History. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M., Professor of Biblical 
Literature. 

Augustus C. Thompson' Assistant Teacher of Hebrew, 

Summary of the Catalogue of 1841. 

Whole number who have entered the Institute, 84 

Whole number who have completed their course 

here, 74 

Number in the present Classes, ... 30 

Anniversary, second Wednesday in August. 



COLLEGES. 127 

GENERAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THE P. E. 
CHURCH, CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Treasurer. — William H. Harrison. 
Secretary.— Rev. Edward Y. Higbee, 



PROFESSORS. 

Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, D. D., Professor of the Na- 
ture, Ministry and Policy of the Church. 

Rev. Samuel H. Turner, D. D., Professor of Biblical 
Learning and Interpretations of Scripture. 

Rev. Bird Wilson, D. D., Professor of Systematic Di- 
vdnity. 

Clement C. Moore, LL. D., Professor of Oriental and 
Greek Literature. 



BISHOPS OF THE P. E. CHURCHES IN THE UNITED 
STATES. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, D. D., Eastern Diocese 
Presiding Bishop. 

Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois. 

Thomas C. Brownell, D. D. LL. D., Connecticut. 

Henry U. Onderdonk, D. D. Pennsylvania. 

William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 

Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., New York. 

Levi S. Ives, D. D. LL. D., North Carolina. 

John H. Hopkins, D. D., Vermont. 

Benjamin B. Smith, D. D., Kentucky, 

Charles P. Mcllvane, D. D., Ohio. 

George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey. 

James H. Otey, D, D., Tennessee. 

William R. Whittingham, D.D., Maryland. 

Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia. 

Christopher Gadsden, D. D., South Charolina . 



128 COLLEGES. 

Jackson Cenner, Miss, and Indiana. 
Samuel A, McCoskry, Michigan. 
Leonidas Polk, Louisiana. 
William H. DeLanley, Western New York. 
Alfred Lee, (Bishop elect,) Delaware. 



COMMENCEMENT OF COLLEGES. 

Bowdoin, first Wednesday in September. 
Waterville, first Wednesday in August. 
Dartmouth, last Wednesday in July. 
University of Vermont, first Wednesday in August. 
Middlebury, third Wednesday in August. 
Norwich University, Wednesday before the third Thurs- 
day in August. 

Harvard, last Wednesday in August. 

Williams, third Wednesday in August. 

Amherst, fourth Wednesday in August. H • 

Brown University, first Wednesday in September. 

Yale, third Wednesday in August. 

Washington, first Thursday in August. 

Wesleyan University, first Wednesday in August, 



OFFICERS OF THE CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS 
AND SCIENCES, FOR 1841 2. 

(^Founded at Neio Haven.') 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 
Noah Webster, Vice President. 

Council. — Roger M. Sherman, William TuUy, Denison 
Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibbs, Eleazer T. Fitch. 

Recording Secretary. — Edward C. Herrick. 

Corresponding Secretaries. — Jonathan Knight, Charles 
Hooker, E. C. Herrick. 

Treasurer. — Wyllis Warner. 

Publication Committee. — Anthony D. Stanley, Aaron N. 
Skinner, Theodore D. D. Woolsey. 



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ACADEMIES. 129 

BACOX ACADEMY. 

Myron N. Morris, a. m., Principal. James Eaton, Joel 
Andrews, Assistants. 

Three female teachers in the primary departments. 
IN^umber of scholars, 359. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rey. T. C. Brownell, d, d. ll. d., President, ex- 
officio. 

Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, Principal, and Vice Presi- 
dent, ex. officio. 

Asa J. Driggs, m. d., Secretary. 

John Beach, Treasurer. 



MERIDEN ACADEMY. 



John D. Post, Principal, assisted by three teachers. 
Terms commence first of May and November. 



ELLINGTON ACADEMY. 

Richard S. Rust, Principal. 

Gilbert Pillsbury, William Merrills, Assistant Teach 
ers. 

Mrs. Ann F. Pillsbury, Assistant Teacher in the female 
department. 

CONNECTICUT ALPHA OF THE PHI BETA KAPPA 
SOCIETY. 

Prof Denison Olmsted, President 
Prof. Charles Hooker, Vice President 
Prof. William Earned, Corresponding Secretary. 

Thomas Thatcher, Treasurer, 
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180 INSTITUTIONS. 



SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS FOR 1841. 

His Excellency, William Wolcott Ellsworth, 
Seth P. Beers, Commissi one?- of School Fund. 
Henry Barnard, 2d., Esq., Hartford County. 

Denison Olmsted, Esq., New Haven 

Hon. Andrew T. Judson, Windham 

Hon. Samuel Church, Litchfield 

Samuel D. Hubbard, Esq., Middlesex 

Lorin P. Waldo, Esq., Tolland 

Francis A. Perkins, Esq., N. London 

Rev. David H. Short, Fairfield 

H. Barnard, 2d., Esq., Secretary. 



Institutions 



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AMERICAN ASYLUM, AT HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 
Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 
Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund-. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Lewis Weld, A. M., Principal. 
Assistants, — Laurent Clerc, A. M., William W. Turner, 
A. M., Luzerne Ray, A. M., Collins Stone, A. M., Jared 
A. Ayers, A. B., Henrv B. Camp, A. B., Lucius H. Wood- 
ruff, A. M., Wilson Whiton, John G. David, 

William W. Turner, Stewa^'-d. 

Mrs. Phebe C. White, Matron, 



INSTITUTIONS. 131 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 

James Ward, Treasurer. 
James B. Hosmer, Auditor. 
Charles B. Hudson, Secretary. 

Directors. — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, James B. Hosmer, John Butler, Thomas H. Gal- 
laudet, Charles Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, J. L. Comstock, 
Edward Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John 
Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Thomas Day, 
John M. Niles, Amariah Brigham, Griffin Stedman, Wm. 
T. Lee. 

State Commissioners. — His Excellency, William Wolcott 
Ellsworth, J. T. Norton, Esq., Leonard Hebard, Esq. 

Visitors. — Doctors George Sumner, Eli Ives, William 
S. Pierson, Edward P. Terry, Archibald Welch. 

Managers. — James H. Wells, James Ward, John Olm- 
sted. 

Female Visitors. — Mrs. T. C. Brownell, Mrs. Henry 
Hudson, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. R. Watkinson, Mrs. 
G. Sumner, Mrs. John Olmsted. 

Amariah Brigham, M. D., Superintendent and Physi- 
cian. Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Chaplain. 



YOUNG MEN S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

George G. Spencer, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Elijah H. Owen, Ezra Clark, Jr., 
Corresponding Secretary. — John W. Seymour. 
Recording Secretary. — Drayton Hillyer. 
Treasurer. — J. S. Hewlett. 

Directors. — J. L. Howard, John Brocklesby, Samuel 
Coit, D. L. Bartlett, S. H. Clark. 



132 INSTITUTIONS. 

YOUNG men's institute, NEW HAVEN. 

John B. Robertson, President. 
Vice President. — James F. Babcock. 
RecordiDg Secretary. — Edward C. Herri ck. 
Correspondino: Secretary. — Robinson S. Hinman, 
Treasurer. — Francis Bradley. 

Directors. — Lucius A. Thomas, John S. Griffing, David 
C. Hinman, Pliny A. Jewett. 



School Fnnd 



Commissioner's Report, , 

From the Report of the Commissioner to the Legislature, 
it appears that of the Revenue of the fund, there was on 
hand at the commencement of the year, $ 6,098 35 

That there has been received in the year in 
rents, bank dividends and interest, 118,562 75 



$124,661 10 



That after paying all back dividends, dividends during 
this year, of $1.35 to each child, and expenses of manag- 
ing the fund, there still remains a surplus of $44,100 for 
the payment of future dividends, which is temporarily 
loaned at 6 per cent, interest, payable whenever required. 

The dividends of this year amount to SI 13,599.30, which 
is $8,466 more than has been divided in the schools in any 
former year, and $40,000 more than was divided in any 
year prior to 1826. 

There are in the State 1633 school districts, and 84,148 
children between 4 and 16 years of age. In 1820 there 
were 84,179. 



SCHOOL FUND. 133 

The amount divided to the schools in the 
first 13 years after the fund Avas establish- 
ed, was ^456,757 44 

Amount divided in the next 15 years was 780,920 24 

Amount divided in the last 16 years, . 1,371,537 45 



Amount divided in 44 years, . . . ^2,609,21 5 13 

In the years ending March, 1826, '27, '28, and '29, the 
dividends were 85 cents to each child. In 1830, '31, and 
'32, 90 cents. In 1833 and '34, 95 cents. In 1835, $1. In 
1836, $1.05. In 1837, $1.15. In 1838, $1.20. In 1839, 
and '40, 1.25; and 1841, $1.35. 

The amount of un-in vested principal on hand 

1st of April, 1840, was ... $7,754 32 

Amount of principal paid into the treasury 

in the year, 47,116 53 



$54,870 85 



Loaned out in the year ending 1st of April, 
1841, ... ... 49,875 00 

$4,995 85 
Loaned since 1st of April, . . . 4,190 00 

Leaving uninvested $995 85 

The capital of the fund as last ascertained, consisted of 
Bonds and Mortgages, .... $1,668,515 42 

Bank Stock, 220,700 00 

Buildings, cultivated and wild Lands, . 142,984 00 

Stock, 275 00 

Cash in the Treasury, .... 7,754 32 

$2,040,228 74 



134 MILITIA. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

WILLIAM WOLCOTT ELLSWORTH, 

Captain General and Gommanrler-in-Chief. . 
Lieut. Colonel Ebenezer W. Bull, \ a-j - ^ 
Lieut. Colonel Eleazer K. Foster, I 

HIS HONOR 

CHARLES HAWLEY, 

Lieutenant General. 
Major James Dixon, ) , . , . ^ 

Major Augustus C. Shepard, ^ ^ 

General Charles T. Hillyer, Adjutant General. 

Lieut. Col. Oliver E. Williams, Qitarter Master Gen. 

Lieut. Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 

Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General, 

governor's guards, HARTFORD. 

HOUSE — FIRST TROOP. 

Allen C. Boardman, Major Commandant. 
George L. Shepard, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Selden House, 2d Lieutenant. 
Charles T. Webster, Cornet. 
Stephen H. Marcy, CLuarter-Master. 

FOOT — FIRST COMPANY. 

Henry P. Averill, Major Commandant. 
Henry P. Sweetser, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 



MILITIA. 135 



James C. Woodruff, 2d Lieutenant. 
Humiston Chapin, 3d Lieutenant. 
V. A. Bailey, 4ih Lieutenant. 
Hill Gowdy, Ensign. 



GOVEENOR S GUARDS, NEW-HAVEN. 

HORSE — SECOND TROOP. 
Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Vacant. 

James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Vacant. 



FOOT — SECOND COMPANY. 
Joshua Miller, Captain and \st Lieutenant. 
Nathan M. Smith, 2d Lieutenant. 
Edward McNeil, 3d Lieutenant. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

JAMES T. PRATT, Esq., Major General 

Major Thomas H Marshall, P Aids.de-Camp. 

Major Benjamin It. rREScoTT, ) ^ 

Lieut. Colonel Ralph Goodwin, Division Inspector. 
Major Henry L. Clark, Division Quarter -Master, 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th, 25th^ Regiments In- 
fantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry, and 2d Regi- 
ment Artillery. 



ige MILITIA. 

LEONARD R. WELLES, Esq., Brigadier General 

Jeremiah S. Hewlett, Aid-de-Camp. 

Edward Goodman, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Benjamin F. Folger, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, Wethersfield, (ex- 
cepting the society of Stepney) and Windsor, excepting 
such part thereof as lies within the society of Turkey 
Hills. 

Samuel W. Ellsworth, Colonel. 
William Talcott, Lieut. Colonel. 
Henry McLean, Major. 
Jabez H. Hayden, Adjutan:; Elijahs. Alvord, Ctuarter 
Master ; E. E. Crofoot, Paymaster ; S. D. Jewitt, Chap- 
lain ; Pinckney Ellsworth, Surgeon ; John Briggs, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 



CAPTAINS. 

N. M. Waterman, 
Robert Frink, 
William Willard, 
Henry Drake, 
ElishaB. Phelps, 
Cicero Phelps, 
Edward Stanley, 
F. S. Seymour. 



LIEUTENANTS, 

Wm. Benton, Jr., 
Charles Nichols, 
Zech. Larkin, Jr. 
E. G. Hayden, 
Watson Hubbard, 
Wm. Matthews, 
Waldo Corbin, 
Fred'k Williams. 



ENSIGNS. 

J. G. Smith, 
Charles Church, 
Simeon Hale, Jr. 
O. W. Marshall, 
John F. Latimer, 
Walter Fox, 
J. Whitney, 
Henry Lenden. 



James S. Folger, 
D. H. Williams, 
D. S. Dewey. 

Elihu Geer. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John C.Dickinson, Lester Hale, 
Albert S. Hunn, Jonah S. Butler, 
Wm. S. Roberts. Chas. B. Johnson. 



RIFLEMEN. 

James Marsh, Jr. 



J. M. Greenleaf. 



MILITIA. 



137 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Durham, the first societ}-^ in 
Chatham, the society of Stepney in Wethersfield, and that 
part of Berlin which lies within the society of Worthing- 
ton. 

E. W. N. Starr, Colonel. 
Henry E. Robinson, Lieut. Colonel. 
David Allen, Major. 
Frederic Brewer, Adjutant; Erastus Brainard, Ctuarter 
Master; Charles H. Sage, Paymaster; William B. Ca- 
rey, Surgeon; Hamilton Brewer, Surgeon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 



CAPTAINS. 

Anson G. Pease, 
Allen A. Robbins, 
Chs. H. Hubbard, 
James E. Smith, 
William Sage, 
Ebenezer J. Coe, 
Henry Gildersleve, 
Morris Stevens. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Isaac L. Coe, 
T. B. Rogers, 
Horace Hands, 
Ashbel Bidwell, 
Reuben North, Jr. 
Allen B. Coe, 
Samuel N. Hall, 
Knowles Stevens. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 



George H. Taylor, F. G. Payne, 
George M. Pike. Wm. Douo:lass. 



RIFLEMEN. 



Wm. W. Abbey, Wm.H. Bartlett, 
Cyrus S. Johnson, Wm. S. Hall, 
Russel H. Shelley. Samuel Hart. 



ENSIGNS. 

George Stancliflf, 
H. G. Seymour, 
H. W. Chittenden, 
C.R. Chamberlain, 
Charles Wood, Jr. 
James Thrall, 
H. Penfield, 
Benj. W. Field. 

Sylvester Bailey, 
Oliver Shepard. 

Edwin Bill, 

Geo. T. Markham, 

N. A. Chidsey. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, excepting the society 
of Worthington, Bristol, Burlington, Southington, Avon, 
and that part of Canton which includes Collinsville. 
Horatio N. Shipman, Colonel. 
Charles H. Upson, Lieut. Colonel. 
Nathan E. Stannard, Major. 



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MILITIA. 



Robert G.Williams, Adjutant ; Chanucey Rowe, Ctuar- 
ter Master; Benjamin F. Seward, Pay Master; John M. 
Guyon, Chaplain; Frederick A. Hunt, Surgeon; William 
Brexley, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Alpheus Porter, 
Nelson Taylor, 
Cyrus Judd, 
Alvin L. Wooding, 
Justus B. Savage, 
C. Woodford, 
Simeon Beach, 
Jason Luce. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

F. W. Crumb, 
L. Dickinson, 
E. Steel, 

Benjamin Barnes, 
Seth Pratt, 
Alonzo Woodford, 
J. H. Farnsworth, 
Chester L. Bowers. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 



A. E. Finch, Joseph Gridley, 

Wm. Wheeler, Thos. H. Bishop, 
Walter Gladding, Buel H. Butler. 



RIFLEMEN. 



Cromwell Barnes, Asahel Gleason, 
Almon Lewis, L. A. Andrew^s, 

George Kilbourn. John Simons. 



E. Cowles, 2d, 
O. Stanley, 
James H. Beckley, 
Joseph S. Allen, ' 
Howard Plant, 
Solomon Wilcox, 
E. M. Wording, 
Bradford Marcy. 

Amri P. Plant, 
John C. Porter, 
Rob't G.Williams. 

J. B, Thompson, 
Eli as Buswell, 
J. D. Alden. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Sufheld, Granby, the first soci- 
ety in Hartland, that part of Windsor which lies within 
the society of Turkey Hills, and Canton, excepting Col- 
linsville and such part thereof as formerly belonged to 
New Hartford. 

George C. Owen, Colonel. 
Jar vis Case, Lieut. Colonel. 
Justus L. Allen, Major. 
E. B. Phelps, Adjutant; Richard H. Phelps, auarter 
Master; Edward Latham, Paymaster; Ransom Warner, 
Chaplain; Chester Hamlin, Surgeon; Simeon Shurtliffj 
Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 



139 



CAPTAINS. 

B. Humphrey, 
A. T. Burbank, 
Chas. W. Carter, 
Ezekiel Hosford, 
John Taylor, 
Ithra Goddard, 
Henr5^ Church, 
Lester Cowdry. 

S. B. Kendall, 
N. Brockett. 



Fred. M. Hayes. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Tercuis Latimer, 
Cyrus Sikes, 
A. C. Kilbourn, 
Elizur O. Brown, 
G. M. Harrison, 
James Gillett, 
Drayton Phelps, 
E. B. Holcomb. 



ENSIGNS. 

Allen N. McLean, 
A. T. Sherman, 
Charles Denslow, 
Wm. Mcfloud, 
Henry M. Viets, 
Warren Bacon, 
George Dibble, 
L. W. Cowdry. 



LIGHT INFANTRY-. 

G. A. Loomis, John N. Shade, 
Addison O. Mills. Homer Case. 

RIFLEMEN. 

W. D. Mitchelson. Chauncey Reed. 



TWENTY- FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, Glastenbury, East Hart- 
ford, Manchester and Vernon. 

Edward H. Watson, Colonel. , 
Elijah Miller, Lieut. Colonel. 
Homer D. Allen, Major. 
John M. Stiles, Adjutant; Francis L. Buel, auarter 
Master; Charles H. Talcott, Pay Master; William B. 
Ashley, Chaplain ; William Scott* Surgeon ; Sabin Stock- 
ing, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 

F. M. Ladd, 
Frary M. Hale, 
Sylvester Wile)^, 
Elisha L. Andruss, 
Chas. M. Phelps, 
Osmer P. Curtiss, 
Charles Hollister, 
Alfred R. Talcott. 



Smith Lee, 
D. H. Stevens. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry S tough ton, 
Aaron J. Keeney, 
Sherman Brewer, 
C. B. Knox, 
John M. Smith, 
A.N. Dickinson, 
G. O. Adams, 
Alva L. Thrall. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

F. Gowdy, 

A. W. Keeney. 



ENSIGNS. 

Wm. E. Grant, 
Henry Talcott, 
Sidney Bidwell, 
James Campbell, 
John Prior, 
Gaylord Curtiss, 
J. R. Williams, 
Reuben P. Page. 

H. A. Ellsworth, 
P. Bidwell, Jr. 



140 MILITIA. 

RIFLEMEN. 

George A. Hall, R. B. Wolcott, E. F. Stoughton, 
Columbus Parker. F. Ripley. John S. Dobson. 

FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Canton, Windsor, Suffield, 
Granby, Hartford, East Hartford, East Windsor, Vernon, 
Ellington, Tolland, Somers, Willington, Stafford, Union, 
Manchester and Bloomfield. 

Samuel W. Thompson, Colonel. 
Jeremiah A. Tuller, Major. 

George G. Clapp, Adjutant; John E. Filley, CLuarter 
Master; Jabez L.Allen, Pay Master; Squire B, Haskell, 
Chaplain; Theodore Sill, Surgeon; , Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

L. D. Roberts, J. O. Phelps, Jr. T. Cadwell, 
Wm. G. Collins, James T. Talcott, Samuel Stiles, 
Elisha K. Bradley, D. Potter, Jr. Amasa Morse, 

John A. Allen, ' J. B. Andrews, S. W. Blish, 
Horace Ensworth. Samuel Tripp. C. R. Copeland. 

Cornets. — Chauncey N. Latimer, Asahel H. Perrin, 
Lorenzo G. Winter, Julius C. Phelps, Horace Fox. 



SECOND REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Say- 
brook, Westbrook, Haddam, Simsbury and Middle town. 
Norman W. Spencer, Colonel. 
Luther E. Hale, Lieut. Colonel. 
Asa Bartholomew, Major. 
Henry Olmsted, Adjutant ; S. Hubbard, Gtuarter-Mas- 
ter; Valett Perry, Paymaster; E. W. Andrews, Chaplain; 

Camp, Surgeon ; Chauncey Jerome, Jr., Surgeon's 

Mate. 






CAPTAINS. 

Horace Chipman, 
Hiram Camp, 
Wm. H. Meigs, 
Daniel Church, 
E. W. Washburn, 
L. J. Lamb, 
Wm. J. Clark. 



MILITIA. 

1st LIEUTENANTS. 

E. P. Kimball, 
James S. Young, 
Abijah Woodruff, 
B. Shailer, 
James B. Church, 
Wm. H. Monson, 
Rufus C. Shepard. 



141 

2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Martin O. Wells, 
Lucius H. Carter, 
Henry Kennedy, 
Ben j . N. Sherman, 
Erastus Phelps, 
James E. Gaddes, 
Theo. Blayne. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Berlin, Far- 
mington, Southington and Burlington. 

Elbridge G. Atkins, Colonel. 
Edward L. Dunbar, Major. 
Charles A. Steel, Adjutant; Samuel North, Gluarter- 
Master ; Morris Bailey, Pay-Master ; Dwight M. Leon- 
ard, Chaplain; Lucius Woodruff, Surgeon; Charles B. 
Whittlesey, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

N. Dickinson, Thomas Savage, LeanderBirdseye, 

Joel H. Barnes, Alden A. Atkins, Vacant, 
Jonathan T. Hart, Joel Peck, D. W. Whittlesey, 

Thomas Wells.. J. G. Churchill. Henry S. Kellogg. 

Cornets. — Willis S. Savage, William B. Blossom, Va- 
cant, Josiah Griswold. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 1 0th and 22d Regiments Infant- 
ry ; 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regiment Foot 
Artillery. 

SAMUEL ROSE, Brigadier General 

William E. Robinson, Aid-de-Camp. 

John B. Dayton, Brig. Major and Inspector. 

Horatio L. Scranton, Brig. (Quarter- Master. 



142 



MILITIA. 



SECOND REGIMEIVT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Mil ford, Orange, East Ha- 
ven, Woodbridge, Derby and Oxford. 

Isaac T. Rogers, Colonel. 
Nicholas S Hallenbeck, Lieut. Colonel. 
George Abbott, Major. 
Garritt Smith, Adjutant ; William Pike, Cluarter-Mas- 
ter; Lemuel Powel, Pay-Master; Asa M. Train, Chap- 
lain; L. N. Beardsley,^ Surgeon; William Strong, Jr., 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 



Ji. 



Russel W. Norton, 
Samuel B. Gunn, 
Benj. Noyes, 
Sidney Pardee, 
Jos. T. Hotchkiss, 
George Perry, 
Wales French, 
Harvey W.Sperry. 

James Kneringer, 
John Galpin, 
Samuel Betts, 
John Burns, Jr., 
John Hayes, 
Daniel Reed. 



John Maud, 
Nathan C. Smilh, 
E. E. Morgan, 
H. W. Kimberly, 
Nathan Andrews, 
Jesse B. Davis, 
Jesse C. Howard, 
Sidney Merwin. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

W. S. Durand, 
Wm. Skinner, 
John Hanover, 
William H. Bull, 
.^ohn Lindslev, 
Wm. A. Smith. 



James J. Scarritt ! 
Isaac R. Higby, 
Burr Frost, 
Rich'd M. Hubbel, 
Philip Street, 
George Lindsley, 
H. Tomlinson, 
Elizur W. Baldwin . 



Levi Durand, 
Samuel Tolles, 
Jas, B. Armsted, 
Richard L. Ford, 
A. Hartshorn, 
Edward Kirby. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Saybrook, Westbrook, Haddam, (except- 
ing that part thereof which lies on the east side of Con- 
necticut river,) Killingworth, Chester and Clinton. 
John Wilcox, Colonel. 
Charles A. Dickinson, Lieut. Colonel. 
George W. T. Dickinson, Major. 
Richard B. Bull, Adjutant; Daniel R. Shailer, auarter- 
Master; George E. Elliott, Pay-Master; Ebenezer O. 



MILITIA. 



148 



Beers, Chaplain; JosiasByles, Surgeon; Charles Green- 
leaf, Jr., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Ashbel Tyler, Charles H. Tyler, S. C. Dickenson, 

Chas. D. Kelsey, Wm. Blatchley, John L. Wilcox, 

Hasley C. Post, Francis B. Kelsey, Henry A. Elliott, 

Henry G. Smith, Asa H. Rose, , 

Aaron E. Bushnell, R. H. Bushnell, S. S. Dickenson, 

Ashbel Hull, George Jones, Cyprian D. Clarke, 

Philander Burr, D. W. Blatchley. David L. Spencer. 

LIGHT. INFANTRY. 

John H. Griffith, John R. Rossiter, Henry Stannard, 
Edwin B. Bonfoey, Ezra Brainard, Samuel Bailey, 
Ogden C. Pratt. David B. Knowls. S. C. Buckingham. 



Chas. Shipman. 



RIFLEMEN. 

Chas. T. Bulkley. 



D. B. Southneck. 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wal- 
lingford, Madison and North Branford. 
Henry Hull, Colonel. 
Curtiss B. Bishop, Lieid. Colonel. 
Ives Merriman, Major. 
Cyrus Bunnel, Adjutant; Abner Fenn, Gluarte-Master ; 
Samuel Simpson, Pay-Master; E. R. Gilbert, Chaplain; 
J. B. Pome roy, Surgeon; Ralph B. Pomeroy, Surgeon's 
Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Jas. A. Norton, 
Wm. W. Ives, 
James F. Palmer, 
Elizur C. Tuttle, 
Baldwin Hart, 
Elizur Lindsley, 
John R. Rossiter, 
J. A. Scranton, 
Julius Smith, 



1st LIEUTENANTS. 

Richard D, Coan, 

Milo Ives, 

M. Palmer, 

J. D. A. Yale, 

S. S. Meigs, 

Leonard Downs, 

Wm. J. Benton,' 

Vacant, 

John C. Mansfield, 



Oliver Lyon, 

C. Andrews, 
Stanley Hall, 
Sharon Bassett, 
J. C. Scranton, 
Geo. F. Harrison, 

D. R. Rossiter, 
Alvin Thompson, 
John M. Foote. 



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MILITIA. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

P. L. VanHoutaiij Isaac L. Styles, Ezra S. Munson. 

TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Waterbury, Cheshire, Meriden, Wolcott, 
Hamden, Bethany, and Prescott. 

Stephen H. Payne, Colonel. 
Levi Bolster, Lieut. Colonel. 
Ozro Collins, Major. 
Abijah P. Judd, Adjutant ; Daniel Monger, Cluarter-Mas- 
ter ; John L. Ishbell, Pay-Master ; Oliver Hopson, Chap- 
lain ; Noah H. Byington, Surgeon; Chas. Langdon, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

1st lieutenants. 
Richard Welton, 
Sylvanus Stevens, 
Seymour Butler, 
S. L. Hotchkiss, 
L. L. Dougal, 
I. Hitchcock, 



CAPTAINS. 

Lucius Curtis, 
Charles Hall, 
Reuben H. Way, 
Ives A. Lewis, 
David Smith, 
Elizur Kimball, 
E.B.W.Hitchcock, A. Hotchkiss, 
Horace G. Gill. Enos Foote. 



ENSIGNS. 

Henry Merriman, 
Henry Cooke, 
George Couch, 
Daniel H. Hills, 
Lewis Isbell, 
Daniel Hitchcock, 
Anon B. Peck, 
E. W. Nichols. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Vacant, Vacant, Vacant, 

Mark Bishop, Andrew Hall, G. S. Meryhue, 

Aimeron Miles. John S. Blake. Orsemus Crocker. 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY, 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, Guil- 
ford, Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, Waterbury 
and Cheshire. 

Abel R. Hine, Colonel. 

Dwight Hall, Lieut. Colonel. 
Jared R. Cooke, Major. 
Jona. Clarke, Adjutant; Joseph W. Clarke, Cluarter- 
Master; Ebenezer C. Granniss, Pay-Master; David R. Coe, 
Chaplain; L.N. Beardsiey, Surgeon; Benjamin F. Har- 
rison, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 145 

First Company. — Abram Rogers, Captain ; George W. 
Lindsley, 1st Lieutenant ; J. J. Bartholomew, 2d Lieuten- 
ant; Norman G Scranton, 3d Lieutenant; William B. 
Frisbie, 4th Lieutenant. 

Second Company. — Hezekiah Hall, Captain; Elisha 
Hall, 1st Lieutenant; Edwin Williams, 2d Lieutenant; 
Burdet Cannon, 3d Lieutenant; Jeremiah Hall, 4th Lieu- 
tenant; Elizur Hall, Cornet. 

Third Company.- -William Andrews, Captain; 1st 
Lieutenant, vacant; Bryant Clarke, 2d Lieutenant; Or- 
lando F. Baldwin, 3d Lieutenant; Burton W. Smith, 4th 
Lieutenant ; Dennis Andrews, Cornet. 



THIRD REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Oxford, Guilford, Madison, Westville, 
New Haven, Milford, Bran ford and Killingworth. 
Chauncey Wells, Colonel. 
Charles B. Gilbert, Lieut. Colonel. 
Israel A. Merwin, Major. 
Collin M. Ingersoll, Adjutant ; Charles Carlisle, Cluar- 
ter-Master; Adrian C. Heitman, Pay-Master; T. C. 
Teasdale, Chaplain ; Pliny A. Jewett, Surgeon; Samuel 
Noyes, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Harman A. Perry, Charles Smith, F. H. Chatfield, 

Edward S. Leete, U. A. Parmelee, Jason L. Field, 

H.E.Chittenden, Samuel Dudley, Samuel Crampton, 

Samuel Hull, Merritt N. Sperry, Levi B, Gorliam, 

Chas. B. Doolittle, Daniel Spencer, Wm. Watrous, 

E. C. Blakewell, Wm. E. Burns, Alonzo Johnson, 

Eli Goodrich, Gilbert Bush, Thos. R. Lindsley, 

Vacant. Alfred Norton. H. P. Barnham. 

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146 MILITIA. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 

Vacant, Major General. 
Maior William P. Eaton, > . . , , ^ 
Major John F. Slater, \ Aids-de-Camp. 
Lieut. Colonel Samuel C. Starr, Division Inspector. 
Major DwiGHT Johnson, Division Quarter- Master. 

THIKD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regiments Infantry. 
and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

WILLIAM C. STANTON, Esq., Brigadier General 

Alexander Stewart, Jr., Aid-de-Camp. 

John L. DevotioD, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Jonathan N. Harris, Brigade Quarter Master. 

THIRD RECilMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, Salem, and the society of Miliington, in East Had- 
dam. 

Orrin p. Smith, Colonel. 
Ephraim H. Douglass, Lievt. Colonel. 
George Wood worth. Major. 
A. W. Bush, A'r^jutant. W. H. Cranska, Quarter Mas- 
ter. B. F. BoUes, Pay Master. Haskell, Chaplain. 

Wm. Mercer, Surgeon. Abram M. Darrow, Surgeon^s 
Mate. 

captains. 1st lieutenants. ensigns. 

Joseph H. Fitch, Robert Holt, L. S. Philips, 2d, 

James M. Beebe, Wm. Hall, Wm. Armstrong, 

Wm. F. Wellman,T. P. Badett, W. S. Berry, 

C. H. Wheeler, Wm. Greene, AVm. H. Palmer, 

C. E. Holt, G. H. Beach, E. Badett, 

O. Champion, L. H. Caulkins, C. Gilbert, 



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147 



S. H. Atwell, O. W. Chapman, S. C. Vibber, 



M. W. Comstock, 



James A. Bill, 
A. G. Jones, 
E. Morgan. 



J. R. Moore, 

F. Fosdick, 
I P. Griffing, 

G. Bishop. 



Wm. H. Beebe, 
Wm, Manwaring, 
W. P. Brockway, 
J. L. Latimer, 
C. R. Bishop. 



(No returns of 8th Regiment, and Light Infantry of the 3d.) 

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Franklin, 
Griswold, Lisbon, and Bozrah. 

Edwin Allen, Colpnel. 

Dwight W. Cooke, Lieut. Colonel. 

Edward W. Eells, Major. 

John B. Perry, 2d. Adjutant; Philo M. Judson, Cluarter 

Master; H. Henry Osgood, Pay-Master; L. Cary, Chap- 

■ \?Ax\\ Alden Wattles, Surgeon; F. Johnson, Surgeon's 

Mate. 

1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

T. H. Potter, D. P. Williams, 

G. H. Hill, A. L. Babcock, 

A. G. Bromley, J.M.Woodmansee, 

J. F. Leach, George Cooke, 

R. B. Downing, H. Tarbox, 2d., 



CAPTAINS. 

Charles Greene, 
T. W. Segar, 
S. R. Kinney, 
C. A. Converse, 
J. K. Brown, 
T. H. Baldwin, 
Caleb Eaton, 
J. P».; Stanton, 
G. E. Morgan, 
Wm. Hazen, 
E. Burdick, 
G. A. Biishnell, 
Rufus Darby, 
E. H. Abel. 



Isaac Avery, 2d., O. P. Avery, 
A. S. Ciowell, J. G. Hood, 



A. Davis, 
A. J. Hough, 
T. Sweet, 
Samuel Clift, 
Edward Adams, 
R. R. Barber, 
J. Barstow. 



Wm. Ager, Jr., 
J. Cheeseborough, 
L. M. Ladd, 
H. W. Fanning, 
H. F. Bishop, 
G. Thomas, 
S. A. Gardner. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, (excepting 
such part thereof as lies within the society of Millington,), 
Hebron, Marlborough, and Chatham, except the first So- 
ciety. 



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Joseph U. Holmes, Colonel. 
Elijah Ransom, Lieut. Colonel. 
David Brainard, Major. 
R. P. Gilbert, Adjutant; Hiram Veazey, Gtuarter-Mas- 
ter; Joseph Selden, Pay-Master; George Carrington, 
Chaplain ; N. F. Emmons, Surgeon ; J. S. Hills, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

H. Bissel, 
E. F. Peck, 
Daniel Strong, 
James Holmes, 
G. W. Arnold, 



Henry Buell, 
C. W. Lay, 
J. B. Staples, 
Wm. Utley, 
J. W. Sumner. 



1st LIEUTENANTS. 

R. S. Bissel, 
John Stark, 
P. Bevin, 
L. S. Hungerford. 
O. W. Avery, 
C. H. Brainard, 
Wm. Phillips, 
R. Chapman, 
Asa C. Shaler, 
E. Bailey, 
W. E. Eilis. 



ENSIGNS. 

G. L. Gilbert, 
J. E. Swan, 

S. Skinner, 
I. N. Burn ham, 
S. A. Kellogg, 
H. S. Brainard, 

A . Haling, 
E. Snow. 

T. W. Williams, 
G. W. Goodrich, 

B. E. Post. 



SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Colchester, Marlborough, East Haddam, 
Salem, Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Preston, Vf aterford^ 
New London, Groton and Stonington. 

Albert F. Benett, Colonel. 

James D. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel. 

Jedediah S. Hough, Major. 

L. O. Williams, Adjutant; Nathan Bingham, Ctuarter- 

Master; Edward T. Moore, Pay-Master; Salter, 

Chaplain ; Rufus W. Mathewson, Surgeon ; Henry H. 
Kingsley, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Company. — Francis Gillett, Captain; Helam B. 
Cone, 1st Lieutenant; Thomas S. Strickland, 2d Lieuten- 
ant; William Palmer, 3d Lieutenant ; Isaac Chappell,4th 
Lieut., Hezekiah Williams, Cornet. 

Second Company- — Isaac Johnson, Captain ; Benadam 
Pendleton, 1st Lieutenant; Dan Hastings, 2d Lieutenant ; 



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Horatio N. Lee, 3(1 Lieutenant; Pitt D. Rogers, 4th Lieu- 
tenant; Edmund J. Frazier, Cornet. 

Third Company. — Eleazer A.Williams, Captain; Jo- 
seph Wheeler, 1st Lieutenant; Robert A. Morgan, 2d 
Lieutenant: William F. Mitchell, 3d Lieutenant; John 
S. Barber, 4th Lieutenant; Jefferson L. Avery, Comet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th and 23d Regiments In- 
fantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Regiment Foot Ar- 
tillery. 

AMOS FOWLER, Brigadier General 

John W. Boyington, Aid-de-Camp. 

Anson Fowler, Brig. Major and Inspector. 

Edwin H. Loomis, Brig. Quarter-Master. 

FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, Brook- 
lyn, Plainiield, and the South Society of Killingly. 
Lloyd E. Baldwin, Colonel. 
Andrew M. Litchfield, Lieut. Colonel. 
Edwin S. Fitch, Major. 
Andrew C. Lester, Adjutant; Julian F. Balcom, Ctuar- 
ter-Master ; Charles Frink, Fay-Master; Andrew Sharp, 
Chaplain; Francis Brewster, Surgeon; James Burnett, 
Surgeon's Mate 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. B. Weaver, Nath. L. Babcock, Loren Lincoln, 

Albert Frink, Horace A, Briggs, William Olin, Jr., 

Charles G. Main, Willard Day, Gurdon Parker, 

Epaphras Safford, Wolcott Case, Henry Webb, 

William Phinney, T. A. Lewis, Phineas A. Smith, 

Jesse Mclntyre, Francis D. Fuller, J. J. Penrose, 

T. D. Whitford, J. A. B. Douglass, John Harris, 

J. W. D. Pike. A. Kies. S. A. Hutchins. 



lOU MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Edwin J. Puller. R. N. Davison. Lyman Foster, Jr. 

RIFLEMEN. 

John J. French, Amos Witter, Jr., Wm. B. Ames, 
Wm. B. Hawkins. C. Thompson, Jr. Pearl L. Peck. 

ARTILLERY. 

Norman Malory. Wm. A. Owen. Joel Fox. 

ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thompson, 
and Killingly, excepting the South Society. 
Moses C. Sessions, Colonel, 
Luther Day, Lieut. Colonel. 
Isaac Mills, Major. 
Chester W. Paine, Adjutant; Samuel Palmer, Gtuar- 
ter-Master; Ransom D. Marcy, Pay-Master; Eleazer 
Litchfield, Surgeon ; Henry E. Bugbee, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Thos. Grosvenor, Darius Day, Prescott May, 

William Weaver, John D. Lyon, Jas. S. Haughton, 
Calvin M.Marvin, Dan C. Bates, George S. Case, 
Lawton Wade, Paris M. Law, H. A. Alexandria, 
Sam'l M. Childer, Wm. Whiting, Nelson Morse, 
Amos W. Ross, Sam'l H. Davis, Elias Jacobs, 
J. S. F. Stoddard. Otis Hiscox. Read Tustelott. 

Judson Smith, Andrew J. Wales, S. Underwood, 
Joseph Wheaton,JrWm. Jacobs, Marcus A. Elliott, 

F. B. Willet. Clement D. Sharp, Nathan Williams. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Alonzo Work. Schuler Tiffany. Daniel Bartlett. 

RIFLEMEN. 

First Company. — W. P. Richmond, Captain ; Charles 
Scarborough, 1st Lieutenant; Marshal Wethersell, 2d 
Lieutenant ; Ebenezer Scarborough, 3d Lieutenant. 



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Second Company. — James Rhodes, Captain; Thomas 
B. Underwood, 1st Lieutenant; Albert Convers, 2d Lieu- 
tenant; Charles P. Stockwell, 3d Lieutenant; Henry R. 
Williams, Ensign. 

Third Company. — Calvii. D. Williams, Captain; Sam- 
uel S. Sprague, 1st Lieutenant; Charles Stone, Ensign. 

ARTILLERY. 

Olis States, Captain ; Thomas Treadwell, 1st Lieuten- 
William Mason, 2d Lieutenant. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Somers, Stafford, and 
Ellington. 

David L. Abbe, Colonel. 
Marcus Woodward, Lieut. Colonel. 
Elijah W. Smith, Major. 
John W. Gilbert, Adjutant; Eli J. Smith, duarter-Mas- 
ter; Henry Abbe, Pay-Master; Francis L. Robbins, 
Chaplain ; Joseph P. Converse, Surgeon ; . George Billings, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

M. Kingsbury, Wm. G. Little, Ralph B. Griswold, 
Darius Starr, Jr., Henry W. West, Nath. W. Charter, 
Albert F. Kibbe, I. H. "Meacham, John W. Russell, 
James F. Brooks, Joseph E. Winter, Benjamin Brooks, 
Horace Chapman, F. M. Walker, Lucius Edgarton, 
Anson Spelman. Andrew G. Carew. M. Cummings. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Lucius S. Fuller. Samuel M. Darby. Elihu Chaffee. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Omri G. Carrier. R. B. Morrison, Adolphus King. 

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Coluiribia, Coventry, 
Bolton, Willington and Chaplin. 



Calvin Daggett, Colonel. 

Zuriel P. Arnold, Lieut. Colonel. 

Richard H. Rose, Major. 

Henry T. Hough, Adjutant; Samuel N. Kingsbury, 

Cluarter-Master ; Henry W. Hutchison, Pay-Master; 

James Ely, Chaplain j , Surgeon ; . 

Surgeon's Mate. 



R. P. Barrows, 
E. A Colman, 
D. B. Bill, 
Asahel Fitch, 
Henry Clark, 
J. C. Porter, 
L. Carpenter, 
H. N. Squires, 
A. T. Knight, 
W. Dorrance. 



M. Barrows, 
Z. N. Allen. 



John Brace. 



INFANTRY. 

1st LIEUTENANTS. 

C. L. Southworth, 



Charles Scov^l, 
N. W. Talcott, 
L. Manning, 
M. N. Loomis, 
Wm. Sprague, 
J. Alcott, 
A. W. Snow, 
J. Hilton. 



0. Shumway, 
Chauncey Clark, 

C. Kingsley, 

D. H. Maine, 

1. Edwards, 
O. P. Loomis, 
L. Burnham, 

D. S. Goodnough, 
C. E. Hough. 
A. H. Fitch. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Jabez Sears, 
Z. Bugbee. 

ARTILLERY. 

T. Trewsdale. 



H. Moulton, 
A. A. Wilson. 



Wm. Mason. 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hampton, Windham, Ashford, Mansfield, 
Plainfield, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, Woodstock 
Thompson, Hebron and Lebanon. 

Horace Sabin, Colonel. 
Henry P. Hatch, Major. 
Henry S. Searls, Adjntant; Freeman James, auarter- 
Master; N. M. Hyde, Pay-Master; Elisha Williams, 
Surgeon J J, H. Manning, Surgeon's Mate. 



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First Company. — Justus Chollar, Captain; Samuel 
Pickwell, 1st Lieutenant; Chauncey H. Harris, 2d Lieu- 
tenant; A. F. South worth, Cornet. 

Second Company. — F. S. Brown, Captain; Jirah Hyde, 
1st Lieutenant; Harris Keys, 2d Lieutenant; John James, 
Cornet. 

Third Company.— Daniel Way, Captain ; G. W. Bill, 
1st Lieutenant; E. L. Williams, 2d Lieutenant; H. A. 
Porter, Cornet. 

Fourth Company. — E. S. Pennaman, Captain; Edwin 
May, 1st Lieutenant; Judson M. Lyon, 2d Lieutenant; 
Emerson Rawson, Cornet. 



FIRST REGIMEIS'T LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Windham? 
Lebanon and Preston. 

John W. Crary, Major. 

W. C. Noyes, Adjutant ; N. L. Gallup, auarter-Masten 
F. W. Treadway, Pay-Master ; Benajah Cook, Chaplain 5 
E. T. Huntington, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

H. Hartson, T. G. Kingsley, DeWitt C.Lathrpp, 

C. Tucker, C. Ferguson, Henry Card, h 

A. G. Bailey, L. C. Clark, J. L. Maxwell, 

S. S. Pendleton. C. Lippitt. W. K. Palmer. 



THIRD DIVISION. 



Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 



SANDS ADAMS, Esq., Major General 

Major William T. Minor, ;. ., , ^ 
Major John La yden, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Colonel Edward Hill, Division Inspector. 

Major Oliver H. Perry, Division Quarter-Master. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th and 24th Regiments of In- 
fantry, 3d Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th Regiment Caval- 
ry, and 4th Regiment Foot Artillery. 
CHARLES VV. THORP, Esq., Brigadier General 
Charles A. Adams, Aid-de-Carnp. 
Henry Edwards, Major and Inspector. 
David B. Nobles, Quarter-Master. 

FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Westport, 
Trumbull, Huntington and Monroe. 

JuDsoN Curtiss, Colonel. 

O. H. Beardslee, Lieut. Colonel. 

Seth Seeley, Major. 

Augustus Jennings, Adjutant; Absalom Northrop, 

Cluarter-Master ; Burr S. Hubbell, Pay-Master; Fordyce 

Hitchcock, Chaplain; Elijah B. Middlebrook, Surgeon; 

Andrew B. Beers, Surgeon's Mate. 

captains. 1st lieutenants. ensigns. 

Daniel Wilson, U. S. Morehouse, Albert Osborn, 
James Coe, John McEwin, 

Coley Bartram, S. Moulton, Jr., Charles Scribner, 
Geo. F. Thatcher, F. M. Olmsted, 
Henry Baldwin, William Bradley, Asahel Gray, 
Benj. D. Wells, Chas. H. Curtiss, 

Sheiton Hubbell, Wheeler Booth, James Hawley, 
Abel Beardslee, Norman Peck, Josiah Burritt, 
Charles Birans. Burr Beach. Francis Bryant. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Burr Osborn, Morris Gould, George Morehouse, 
Thos. W. Taylor, A. H. Youngs, Geo. W. Olmstead, 
Jas. J. Sackett, Monson H. Hyde, Chas. B. Hubbell, 
Henry P. Burr. George S. Adams. . 

RIFLEMEN. 

Burr Bennett. John Powel. Hanford Hull. 



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NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk, Darien. 
Hanford Stephens, Colonel. 
Augustus Weed, Lieut. Colonel. 
Legrand Smith, Major. 
B. B. Piatt, Adjutant ; Wm. P. Brown, Cluarter-Master ; 
Tared Burtiss, Pay-Master; David Ogden, Chaplain; C. 
Ayers, Surgeon ; S. Raymond, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

J. R. Youngs, A. Austin, E. Mead, Jr., 

M. O. Read, C. E. Mills, . Johnson, 

L. Smith, J. E. Taylor, R. Smith, 

A. Mead, Jr., N. S. Husted, N. Smith, 

A. St. John, E. Seelev, J. Arnold, 

G. Knapp, F. Scofield, G. W. Smith, 

E. Jones, Wm. Gay, J. Dean, 

J. Buckston. R. D. Purdy. C. W. Reed. 

LIGHT INFANTRT. 

W. H. Whitford, J. Smith, L. Riggs, 

Wm. Peck, Jr., S. B. Drew, A. T. Mills, 

A. St. John, G. W. Raymond, Charles Allen, 

T. Fancher. J. S. Lockwood. James Jones. 

RIFLEMEN. 

G. T. Leach, P. L. Cunningham,D. Gluintard, 

Wm. Minor. E. Chapin. J. Miner. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof as 
is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, New 
Milford, (except such part thereof as lies within the soci- 
ety of New Preston,) Brookfield, New Fairfield and 
Sherman. 

Abraham Chichester, Colonel. 
Walter B. Ferrice, Lieut. Colonel. 
David B. Rogers, Major. 



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MILITIA. 



L. B. Stone, Adjutant ; Wm. Clark, 2d, Ctuarter-Mas- 
ter; A. E. Hoyt Pay-Master; S. S, Stocking, Chaplain; 
E. A. Lacy, Surgeon; E. D. Judson, Surgeon's Mate. 

LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

F. D. Bell, S. S. Hurd, 

George Wells, C. Buckingham, 



CAPTAINS. 

J. P. Saunders, 

C. Northrop, 

D. J. Northrop, 
C. Patchen, 
H. S. Wilson, 
B. B. Keeler, 
J. A. Giddings, 
J, H. Keeler, 

E. Botsford. 



Alonzo Clarke. 



L. Crofoot, 
B. B.Kelley, 
H. Porter, 
B. Pickett, 
Wm. P. Bennett, 



E. Fenner, 
S. Whitehead, 
A. S. Hawley, 
H. Giddings, 

F. S. Sherman, 
. A. M. Sharp. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

E. Beardsley, Jr. Lewis Pepper. 



TWENTY- FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ridgefield, Wilton, Redding, Weston, and 
New Canaan. 

F. W. Meeker, Colonel. 

Henry B. Stanton, Lieut. Colonel. 

Francis Meeker, Major. 

Henry Sanford, Adjutant; H. S. Banks, Ctuarter-Mas- 

ter; A. L. Sanford, Pay-Master; N. Bennett, Surgeon; 

A. Meeker, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. Ist LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. S. Stephens, Thaddeus Hoyt, 

A. Holmes, , 

S. Burtram, 



C. Grummond, 
Wm. Sherwood, 
A. N. Jones, 
G. Bulkley, 
Wm. Furguson, 
A. Bradley, 
H. Couch. 



Hanford Lyon, 
J, Lockwood. 



Wm. Olmsted, 



S. B. Sherwoood. Aaron Lyon. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 



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THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Norwalk, 
Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, Westport, New 
Canaan, Trumbull and Huntington. 

Hall Beardslee, Colonel. 
Samuel Mills, Lieut. Colonel. 
Samuel C. Brinsmade, Major. 
Ebenezer Ayres, Adjutant ; John H, Smith, Cluarter- 
Master; Rufus M. Sherman, Pay-Master; Asa Hill, Sur- 
geon. 
First Company. — Charles Blackman, Captain ; Oliver 

E. Plumb, 1st Lieutenant ; C. B. Labarie, 2d Lieutenant ; 
Joel Shelton, 3d Lieutenant; D. L. Beardslee, 4th Lieu- 
tenant; J. W. Beardslee, Cornet. 

Second Company. — Wm. H. Weed, Captain; E. J. 
Richards, 1st Lieutenant; G. Whitlock, 2d Lieutenant; 

F. A. Rockwell, 3d Lieutenant; C. Seymour, 4th Lieu- 
tenant; J. L. Sturges, Cornet. 

Third Company.— Seth W. Meeker, Captain ; T. M. 
Banks, 1st Lieutenant ; E. Sherwood, 2d Lieutenant ; J. 
Buckley, 3d Lieutenant; A. S.Morehouse, 4th Lieuten- 
ant; N. S. Merwin, Cornet. 

Fourth Company. — Zachariah Close, Captain ; George 
Weed, 1st Lieutenant; Wm. S. Brown, 2d Lieutenant; 
S. B. Dayton, 3d lieutenant; B. W. Mead, 4th Lieuten- 
ant ; Wm. Davenport, Cornet. 

FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Bethlem, Southburv, Water- 
town, Danbury, Newtown, New Milford, Brookfield and 
Washington. 

John B. Newton, Colonel. 
Granderson R. Warner, Major. 
George N. Osborn, Adjutant ; John Hoyt, Gluarter-Mas- 
ter ; Henry Dibble, Pay-Master; George Bennet, Surgeon. 
First Troop. — Edmond Griswold, Captain; John E. 
Smith, 1st Lieutenant. 



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Second Troop. — George Starr, Captain; Siliman B. 
Peck, 1st Lieutenant. (2d Lieut, and Cornet not returned.) 

Third Troop. — Horace Merwin, Captain ; Carr Hyne, 
1 St Lieutenant ; Samuel E. Squires, 2d Lieutenant ; Henry 
Gunn, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop. — Josiah B. Fairchild, Captain ; Edson 
Shepard, 1st Lieutenant ; Wm. Botsford, 2d Lieut.; Ly- 
man Bradley, Cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Thomas P. Guyer, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
William A. Doud, Major. 
William O. Beard, Adjutant; R. H. Cady, Gluarter- 
Master; William H. Benedict, Pay-Master; Ira Gregory, 
Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUENANTS. 

J. G. Barton, J. H. Bebee, G. S. O. Smith, 

P. Hubbell, T. W. Stillman, G. B. Smith, 

C. Knapp, E. Desbro, H. G. Hyatt, 

B. Burton, J. B. Nichols, J. D. Brindsmade, 

J. Wakeler, E. P. Curtiss. L. B. Blackman. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, I3th, I6th, and 21 st Regiments In- 
fantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

FREDERICK PHELPS, Brigadier General 

Frederick L. Taylor, Aid-de-Camp. 

Peter W. Mills, Brig. Major and Inspector. 

Isaac Lawrence, Quarter- Master. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem, Water- 
town, Roxbury, Washington, Middlebury, and so much of 
the towns of New Milford and Kent as lie within the So- 
ciety of New Preston. 



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George P. Shelton, Colonel. 

William C. Bronson_, Lie'ut. Colonel. 

George Hurlbut, Major. 

George P. Woodruff, Adjutant; Edwin L. Tompson, 

Ctuarter-Master; Nathaniel S. Wheeler, Pay-Master ; 

Nathaniel S. Richardson, Chaplain ; Charles H. Webb, 

Surjreon. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Bennet W. Strong, David Betts, 

Alfred A. Treat, Vacant, 

George E. Hall, Frederick Allen, 

Eli N. Baldwin, Joseph Baldwin, 

Vacant, Daniel S. Baker, 

Julius Cable, Daniel C. Maker, 

Vacant, Job C. Warner, 

H. V/. Munson. Robert Porter. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Minot Wheeler. Bathuel Russell. Sherman Tuttle. 

RIFLEMKN. 

Dayton Mattoon. Amos M. Judd. Jonas Hungerford. 

ARTILLERY. 

Leander Odle. Levi R. Tuples. 



ENSIGNS. 

George Staples, 
Vacant, 
Levi Scott, 
Homer Abbott, 
Charles Nettleton, 
Daniel M.Benedict, 
Alson Bradley, 
Lucius S. Bronson. 



Royal R. Ford. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

.Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornw^all and 
Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the Society 
of New Preston. 

G. M. HoLLisTER, ColoTiel. 

Dwight W. Pierce, Lieut. Coloml. 

Wm. T. King, Major. 

N. S. Cowles, Adjutant; C. White, Gluarter-Master ; 
E. H. Burtram, Pay-Master; W. A. Stickney, Chaplain ; 
B. B. North, Surgeon; H, Newton, Surgeon's Mate. 



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CAPTAINS. 

J. Warner, Jr., 
A. Edwards, 
N. E. Wheeler, 
S. P. Cole, 
W. Wilcox, 
E. P. Hunt, 
A. L. Harrison, 
G. W. Skiff. 



1st LIEUTENANTS. 

T. B. Strong, 
E. H. Burroughs, 
C. M. Lake, 
P. G. Merritt, 
Judson Wells, 
C. Curtiss, 
Wm. T. Ingersoll, 
L. St. John. 



E. D. Lawrence, 
W. T. Ball, 

B. S. Hamden, 
H, S. Jacobs, 
J. Ackerman, 

C. L Hunt, 
J. Everitt, 
Ripley Bird. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Austin Belden, Silas A. St. John, G. W. Stevens, 
Joseph L. Calhoun,Darius D. Minor, F. Gl. Calhoun, 
William Beebe. Charles Smith. C. Williams. 



Reuben Eaton. 



ARTILLERY. 

Lyman Baldwin. Ezra Eaton. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Hawinton, Torrington, 
Plymouth and Warren. 

Wm. N. Reid, Colonel. 
Levi Hodges, Lieut. Colonel. 
Francis Bacon, Major. 
Wm. F. Baldwin, Adjutant) E. W. Gamsey, duarter- 
Master ; F. Lyman, Pay-Master ; Wm. Watson, Chap- 
lain; D. B. W. Camp, Surgeon; R. M. Woodruff, Sur- 
cfeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

S. S. Mase, 



1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

V. G. Cook, Josiah Giles, 



O. L. Webster, 
G. L. Whiting, 
J. Birge, Jr., 



J. G. Bartholomew,Eli G. Catlin, 
J. A. Newbury, Linus Scoville, 



S. G. Beach, 



W. W. Loveland, L. Loveland, 
Ransom Hine, R. W. Griswold, 
H. P. Hopkins, G. Hays, 
T. Barnes. L. Marsh. 



Chas. D. Wheeler, 
L. Beardslee, 
J. Bissell, 
C. Curtiss, 
J. C. Fuller. 



MILITIA. 



161 



N. R. Bates, 
H. Fenn. 



J. Phelps, 2d., 
A. D. Apley, 
Z. Tolles. 



Francis Bacon. 



C. C. Palmer, 
B. W. Root. 

LIGHT INFANTRY 

L. S. Buel, 
G. A. Hill, 
T. J. Jones. 

RIFLEMEN. 

G. F. Davis. 



H. B. Ames, 
M. S. Norton. 



S. Marsh, 2d., 
T. D. Luddington, 
John Weeks. 



G. W. Burs. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed, from New Hartford, Winchester, Norfolk, 
Colebrook, Barkhamsted, the second Society in Hartland, 
together with that part of Canton which formerly belong- 
ed to New Hartford. 

Nelson D. Cos, Colonel. 

Abram G. Kellogg, Lieut. Colonel. 

Nathan Healy, Major, 

Henry H. Bartlett, Adjutant ; Robbins Battell, Gluarter- 
Master; Albro Fyler, Pay-Master; Joseph Eldredge, 
Chaplain; William Carrington, Surgeon; Wm. Welch, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

A. Barnes, • , , 

A. O. Bancroft, 
G. W. Merrill, 
L. Dowd, 
E. Osborne, 
L. Griswold, 
J. Hinsdale. 



J. Allen, 

H. J. Gaylord, 

E. G. Gilman, 

M. Smith, 
C. Alvord. 



Justin Hodge, 
G. S. Wilcox. 



F. P. Goodwin. 



Lester E. Newell, 
Warren L. Brown, 
Harlow Coe, 
Benjamin Brown, 
Cumins Blake. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

S. C. Blair, Eugene Barber, 

H. A. Seymour. Maiden Marshall. 

ARTILLERY. 

R. B. Perkins. 



II 



Lester W. Phelps. 



163 


MILITIA, 
RIFLEMEN. 




S. T. Cooke. 


H. H. Cram. 


Chas. S. Booth 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Norwalk, Colebrook, Winchester, Sharon, 
Salisbury, Canaan, Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, Har- 
winton, Cornwall and Warren. 

Major C. Peck, Colonel. 
Oliver W. Austin, Major. 

Martin Phelps, Adjutant; N. B. Gay lord, Ctuarter- 
Master; C. G. Babcock, Pay-Master; Wra. Church, 
Chaplain ; J. A. Gillette, Surgeon ; G. R. Peck, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

First Company. — S. M. Scoville, Captain; S. Catlin 
1st Lieutenant; John Hart, 2d Lieutenant; A. Squire 
Cornet ; 

Second Company. — H. Humphreys, Captain ; H. Pen- 
dleton, 1st Lieutenant; , 2d Lieutenant; C. 

Beach, Cornet. 

Third Company. — Hiram Sage, Captain; Wm. G. 
Norton, 1st Lieutenant; Henry Seymour, 2d Lieutenant; 
Enos Sage, Cornet. 

Fourth Company. — J. L. Hubbell, Captain; S. Wicks, 

1st Lieutenant; C. Hale, 2d Lieutenant, ^ 

Comet. 

The aggregate of the Militia of Connecticut, is 45,143, 
and is divided into 3 Divisions, 6 Brigades, and 37 Regi- 
ments, viz : — 

25 Regiments Infantry, 
5 " Cavalry, 

4 " Artillery, 

3 " Horse Artillery, and 

953 Companies. 



SOCIETIES. 163 

LAND SURVEYORS OF CONECTICUT. 

George Gillett, Esq., Surveyor General, 
Deputies, 
County of Hartford. — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 
" New Haven. — Noyes Darling, New Haven. 

" New London. — Isaac Gallup, Preston. 

" Fairfield. — Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 

" Windham. — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 

" Litchfield.— Wm. M. Burrall, Canaan. 

" Middlesex.— Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



S cie ties. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS. 

Elijah Middlebrook, M. D., President. 
Luther Ticknor, M. D., Vice President. 

Archibald Welch, M. D., Secretary. 
Virgil Marow Dow, M. D., Treasurer. 



Hartford County. 
Eli Hall; George W. Sanford, M. D.; Alfred Kellogg, 
M. D. ; Simeon ShurtlifF. Joseph H. Jewett. 
New Haven County. 
Isaac Goodsell, M. D. ; Nathan B. Ives, M. D. ; Charles 
Hooker, M. D. ; Henry Bronson, M. D. ; Wyllys Wood- 
ruff, M. D. 

New London County, 
Dyer T. Brainard, M. D.; James Morgan, M.D» ; Wil" 
liam Hyde, M. D. ; Joseph Durfey, M. D. j Benjamin F' 
Stoddard, M. D. 



164 SOCIETIES. 

Fairfield County. 
H. N. Bennett; Sturges BulkleyM. D. ; A. L.Williams, 
M. D.; Samuel S. Noyes; Russel B. Botsford. 
Windham County. 
Asa Witter, M. D. ; William Hutchins, M. D. ; Wm 
Witter, M. D.; Eleazer Litchfield; William Webb, M. D 
Litchfield County. 
Josiah G. Beckwith, M. D. ; Reuben M. Woodruff, M. 
D.; Wells Beardsley, M. D.; Samuel W. Gold, M. D. 

A. M. Huxley, M. D. 

Middlesex County. 
Thomas Miner, M. D.; Seth L. Child, M. D. ; Elisha 

B. Nye. 

Tolland County. 
Timothy Dimmock, M. D. ; Jabez L. White, Jr., M. D. ; 
Abijah Ladd, M. D. 

GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY OF CONNECT- 
ICUT. 

William W. Boardman, President. 
Jonathan Knight, Vice Pi-esident. 
Treasurer. — Amos Townsend, Jr. 
Secretary. — E. H. Bishop.**' 
Auditor. — William W. Boardman. 
Agent. — John Skinner. 
Charles Hooker, Agent for the United States Marine 
Hospital. 

Directors.—E. H. Bishop, A. H. Maltby, Timothy P, 
Beers, Virgil M. Dow, John Skinner, John Beach, Wm. 
W. Boardman, Henry Peck, Samuel Punderson, Charles 
Hooker. 

Prudential Committee. — W. W. Boardman, Timothy 
P. Beers, Virgil M. Dow. 

Visitors. — John Skinner, E. B. Austin, John Beach, Ell- 
as Gilbert, Samuel Punderson, Timothy P. Beers. 

Physicians and Surgeons. — Eli Ives," J. Knight, V. M. 
Dow, Charles Hooker, E. H. Bishop. 

Commissioners. — His Excellency William Wolcott Ells* 
worthj John Skinner, Zebul Bradley. 



SOCIETIES. 1G5 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Thomas Day, President. 

Vice Presidents. — Prof, James L. Kingsley, New Haven ; 
Rev. David D. Field D. D., Haddam ; David S. Board- 
man, New Milford. 

Corresponding Secretanj. — Henry Barnard, 2d. 

Recording Secretary. — Charles Hosmer. 

Treasurer. — James B. Hosmer. 

Standing Committee. — Rev. Leonard Bacon, Charles 
Davies, Nathan Johnson, Erastus Smith, Rev. George 
Burgess, E. Champion Bacon, Edward C. Herrick. 

Thomas Day, Chairman. Charles Hosmer, Clerk. 

HARTFORD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Olmsted, President. 
Vice Presidents, — ^J. L. Comstock, Nathan Johnson, J. 

P. Bx2itQ. 

Corresponding Secretary. — W. W. Tamer. 
TreasiLrer. — Samuel H. Parsons. 
Recording Secretary. — Erastus Smith. 

OFFICERS OF THE YALE NATURAL HISTORY 
SOCIETY. 

William Tully, President. 
Council. — B. Silliman, Eli Ives, J. Knight, E. C. Herrick. 
Secretary and Treasurer. — B. Silliman, Jr. 
Librarian. — E. C. Herrick. 

MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, NEW HAVEN. 

Leverett Shepard, President. 
William Jennings, Vice President. 



166 SOCIETIES. 

Gardner Morse, Secretary. 

Alfred Daggett, Treasurer. 
Standing Conimiltee. — William C. James, Abraham A. 
Thompson, John W. Collins, Wyllys Peck, Thomas 
Horsefall, George R. Benton. 

HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Solomon Olmsted, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Sidney Wadsworth, Thaddeus Welles. 
Corresponding Secretary. — Nathan Johnson. 
Recording Secretary. — Henry L. Miller. 
Treasurer. — Harvey Seymour. 
Auditor. — Solomon Porter. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Prof. Benjamin Silliman, Pr^ident. 
Vice Presidents. — Joel Tattle, Jared Bassett, Charles H. 
Pond, Jas. D. Wooster. 

Recording Secretary. — H. Whitney. 
Corresponding Secretary. — A. Blackman. 
Treasurer. — A. S. Monson, 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Ephraim Moss White, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Thomas A. Mead, Amzi Rogers, Ed- 
win Curtis. 

Treasurer. — Seth Seeley. 
Secretary. — Eli Hoyt. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Wedworth Wadsworth, President. 
Secretary and Treasurer. — Thomas G. Mather. 

NEW HAVEN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Doct. En Ives, President. 



SOCIETIES. 167 

Vice Presidents. — Dr. A. S. Monson, C. Robinson. 
Corresponding Secretary .^—^enidLVcAn Silliman, Jr. 
Recording Secretary and Treasurer. — William T. Peters, 
M. D. 

CONNECTICUT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 

Vice Presidents. — Chester Bulkley, Benjamin Silliman, 
Worthington Hooker, Asa Curtis, John Boyd, Thomas 
Backus, Nathan Bangs. 

Directors.— A.. M. Collins, C. B. Lines, M. Copeland, L. 
Bacon. 

Secretary. — C. P. Warden. 

Treasurer. — F. Parsons. 

GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONN. 

Trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut. 
Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Hon. Seth Terry, Rev. Noah 
Portei, D. D., Hon. Elisha Steams, Hon. S. J. Hitchcock, 
[lev. O. E. Daggett, Rev. T. P. Gillett, Rev. Alvan Bond, 
r. C. Perkins, Esq., Hon. T. S. Williams, Rev. Horace 
Sushnell, and E. Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Parsons, Esq., Treasurer. 
Rev. Horace Hooker, Auditor. 

Directors of the Missionary Society of Connecticut, Aux- 
iliary to the Am. Home Mis. Soc. 
Rev. Thomas Pimderson, Rev. Rennet Tyler, D. D., 
lev. Samuel Spring, Jonathan Barnes, Esq., Rev. L. Ba- 
:on, and Rev. A. S. Atwood. 

CONNECTICUT BAPTIST BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. A. Parker, President. 
Vice Presidents.-^Rev. T. D. Teasdale, Rev. G. B. At- 
veil, Rev. N. Wildman. 



168 SOCIETIES. 

Rev. E. Turney, Secretary. 
Dea. J. B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 
Trustees. — J. S. Eaton, D. T. ShaileFj I. Atkins, B. 
Cook, Jr., S. Shailer, W. Bentley, D. Harrington, W. 
Denison, R. Jennings. S. Barrows. 



CONN. BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

Rev. J. H. Linsley, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Rev. W. Bentley, Rev. Gurdon Rob- 
bins. 

Rev. D. C. Haynes Secretary. 
Joseph W. Dimock, Esq., Treasurer, 
Trustees.— Rev. E. Turnev, I. R. Steward, D. T. Shailer, a\ 
T. C. Teasdale and P. Brockett,. 



CONN. BAPTIST SABBATH SCHOOL SOCIETY. 

Dea. A. Day, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Rev. W. Denison, Rev. N. Wildman, 
Rev. I. R. Steward. 

Rev. B. Cook, Secretary. 

Dea. G. Robinson, Treasurer. 

Managers. — Rev. Messrs. J. B: Guild, H. R. Knapp, E. 

Cushman, Wm. Palmer, M. G. Clark, T. Wakefield, H. 

S. Haven, D. Harrington, G. B. Atwell, and A. Gregory. 



BAPTIST GENERAL TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. William Denison, President. 

Rev. J. J. Woolsey, Secretary. 

J. W. Dimock, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 169 

CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., ez-ojf. President. 

Board of Education.— Rqy. Silas Totten, D. D., Thos. 
Belknap, William T. Lee, Dudley Buck, Zephaniah 
Preston, Isaac Toucey, Denison Morgan, Lemuel Hum- 
phrey, Esqrs. 

Secretary. — Rev. George Burgess. 

Treasurer. — ^James M. Goodwin, Esq. 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF 
THE P. E. CHURCH. 

Composed of all baptized persons in communion with 
tliat church. 

President.— Ri. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, D. D,, ex- 
■i)lIicio. 
,' Secretary. — Rev. Peter Van Pelt, Philadelphia. 

GENERAL P. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. 

Rt. Rev. A. V. Griswold, d. d., ex-officio, President, 
Other Bishops, Vice Presidents. 
John W. Mitchell, Ti'easurer. 
Rev. Benjamin O. Peers, Secretary, 
Depository, 28 Ann-st., New York. 

EPISCOPAL CONVENTIONAL MEETINGS. 

Convention of Connecticut meets annually, 2d Tuesday 
in June. Rev. E. E. Beardsley, Secretary. 

General Convention of Protestant Episcopal Church, 
meets tri-annually, at such time and place as are fixed 
upon at the preceeding meeting. Meets next at Philadel- 
phia, Oct. 1844. 

Jonathan M. Wainwright, D. D., Secretary of the House 
of Bishops. 

William C. Mead, D. D., Secretary of the House of 
Delegates. 

12 



170 SOCIETIES. 

STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE P. E. CHURCH IN 
CONNECTICUT. 

Rev. Harry Croswell, D. D. ; Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, 
D. D.jLL. D.; Rev. George Burgess; Frederick Holcomb, 
D. D. ; Rev. William C. Meade, D. D. 



COMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC MISSIONS. 

Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, D. D., Chairman. 
Rev. James D. Carder, Secretary and General Agent. 
J. D. Wolf, Treasurer, 281 Broadway, N. Y. 



COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, D. D., Chairman. 
Dr. John Smyth Rogers, Treasurer. 
Office 281 Broadway, N. Y. 



OFFICERS OF THE CONN. STATE PRISON. 

Directors. — Joseph Pratt, O. H. King, S. C. Selden. 
Amos Pilsbury, Warden. 
John C. Pilsbury, Deputy Warden. 
Anthony Morse, Clerk. 
Archibald Welch, Physician. 
Josiah Brewer, Chaplain. 
By official statement, the net amount of profits of this 
Institution, from Oct. 1, 1827, to March 31, 1841, was 
$72,208.02. 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



171 



Votes for Governor, 

1841 . 
HARTFORD COUNTY. 



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Hartford, 


1220 


644 Granby, 


294 


814 


Avon, 


182 


31 Hartland, 


77 


99 


Berlin, 


290 


265 Manchester, 


173 


127 


Bristol, 


250 


165 Marlborough, 


81 


75 


Burlington, 


118 


90 Simsbury, 


186 


178 


Bloomfield, 


113 


89 Southington, 


186 


192 


Canton, 


209 


100 Suffield, 


243 


259 


East Hartford, 


231 


222 Wethersfield, 


296 


266 


East Windsor, 


350 • 


165 Windsor, 


192 


210 


Enfield, 


232 


95 






Farmington, 


185 


116 Total, 


5194 


3858 


Glastenbury, 


186 


276 






NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 




New Haven, 


1215 


624 North Branford, 93 


94 


Bethany, 


68 


135 North Haven, 


150 


137 


Branford, 


88 


148 Orange, 


112 


28 


Cheshire, 


190 


161 Oxford, 


153 


172 


Derby, 


271 


224 Prospect, 


68 


51 


East Haven, 


161 


72 Southbury 


117 


136 


Guilford, 


238 


150 Wallingford, 


174 


208 


Hamden, 


100 


149 Waterbuiy, 


393 


303 


Madison, 


48 m 


Woo- [bridge, 


110 


63 


Meriden, 


156 


184 Wolcott, 


64 


79 


Middlebury, 


103 


32 






Milford, 


315 


52 Total, 


4387 


3203 



172 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



NEW 


LONDON COUNTY. 




New London, 


382 


334 Lyme, 


201 


111 


Norwich, 


525 


338 East Lyme, 


98 


80 


Bozrah, 


98 


m Montville, 


164 


73 


Colchester, 


187 


139 N. Stonington, 


134 


186 


Franklin, 


101 


87 Preston, 


144 


116 


Griswold, 


86 m 


Salem, 


97 


54 


Groton, 


128 


199 Stonington, 


296 


138 


Lebanon, 


196 


216 Waterford, 


95 


140 


Ledyard, 


142 


155 






Lisbon, 


99 


97 Total, 


3173 


2541 


FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 




Fairfield, 


247 


117 Reading 


154 


110 


Bridgeport, 
Brookfield, 


394 


278 Ridgefield, 


216 


105 


133 


152 Stamford, 


134 m 




Darien, 


50 m 


Sherman, 


46 


115 


D anbury, 


426 


386 Stratford, 


161 


127 


Greenwich, 


348 


282 Trumbull, 


140 


129 


Huntington, 


114 


135 Weston, 




40m 


Monroe, 


87 


152 Wilton, 


168 


74 


New Canaan, 


tie Westport, 


35 m 


L 


New Fairfield, 


94 


97 






Newtown, 


276 


219 Total, 


3449 


2642 


Noi^^alk, 


326 


124 






L I T C 


HPIELD COUNTY 




Litchfield, 


436 


354 Plymouth, 


212 


180 


Barkhanisted, 


165 


101 Roxbury, 


84 


116 


Bethlem, 


73 


92 Salisbury, 


198 


203 


Canaan, 


189 


182 Sharon, 


230 


225 


Colebrook, 


89 


117 Torrington, 


194 


85 


Cornwall, 


173 


154 Warren, 






Goshen, 


175 


71 Washington, 


158 


144 


Harwinton, 


143 


64 Water town, 


165 


87 


Kent, 


189 


167 Winchester, 


170 


137 


New Hartford, 


174 


75 Woodbury, 


181 


194 


New Milford, 


375 


299 






Norfolk, 


146 


89 Total, 


3919 


3136 



I* 






VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



178 



T O 


LLAND COUNT 


Y . 




Tolland, 


132 


118 Somers, 


165 


128 


Bolton, 


64 


80 Stafford, 


268 


218 


Columbia, 


57 


94 Union, 


74 


75 


Coventry, 


185 


152 Vernon, 


188 


72 


Ellington, 


134 


83 Willington, 


126 


93 


Hebron, 


159 


110 






Mansiield, 


184 


147 Total, 


1736 


1370 


W I 


NDHAM COUNTY. 




Brooklyn, 


150 


82 Pomfret, 


169 


92 


Ashlbrd, 


210 


165 Sterling, 


100 


91 


Canterbury, 


165 


91 Thompson, 


295 


177 


Chaplin, 


89 


51 Voluntown, 


62 


104 


Hampton, 


97 


119 Windham, 


249 


284 


Killingly, 


285 


216 Woodstock, 


275 


165 


Plainlield, 


196 


169 










Total, 


2342 


1806 


MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 




MiDDLETOWN, 


499 


563 Killingworth. 


63 


137 


Chatham, 


185 


302 Saybrook, 


289 


125 


Chester, 


57 


107 * Westbrook, 


209 


59 


Clinton, 


125 


57 






Durham, 


121 


129 Total, 


1878 


1902 


East Haddam, 


220 


182 






Haddam, 


210 


241 *New town. 







Recapitulation of Votes for Governor. 

Ellsworth. Nicoll. 

Hartford County, 5194 3858 

New Haven " 4387 3203 

New London '^ 3173 2541 

Fairfield *' 3449 2642 

Windham «• 2342 1806 



174 

Litchfield County, 
Middlesex " 
Tolland 



Total, 
Majority for Ellsworth, 



POPULATION, 



3919 

1878 
1736 



3136 
1903 
1370 



20458 



States. 
Maine, 

Massachusetts, 
Rhode Island, 
New York, 
Pennsylvania, 
Maryland, 
South Carolina, 
Tennessee, 
Dist. Columbia, 
Georgia,* 
Louisiana, 
Ohio, 
Illinois, 
Arkansas, 
Wisconsin, 



Population. 
501,796 
737,699 
108,830 

2,428,921 

1,724,022 
469,232 
594,398 
829,210 
42,712 
677,197 
351,176 

1,519,467 

474,404 

95,642 

30,752 



Total, 17,100,572 

* Returns from nine counties wanting, seven of which 

contained in 1830, 55,881. 
t Returns from five counties not included ; four of the 

five counties contain, according to the Marshal's returns, 

85,701. 
t Returns from Carter county wanting. The amount of 

population in seven counties in Georgia, in 1830, and that 

of four counties of Alabama, mentioned in this note, are 

included in the sum total. 



E UNITED STATES. 


States. 


Population. 


N. Hampshire, 


284,570 


Connecticut, 


310,010 


Vermont, 


291,948 


New Jersey, 


373,300 ^ 


Delaware, 


78,080 


Virginia, 


1,239,790 1 


Mississippi, 


375,650 


Florida, 


54,200 


North Carolina, 


753,110 1 


Alabama,t 


569,645 1 


Kentucky,? 


777,397 


Indiana, 


683,314 


Missouri, 


383,102 


Michigan, 


211,703 


Iowa, 


43,068 



GOVERNORS. 175 



Governors 



States and Territories, 

Maine, John Fairfield ; New Hampshire, John Page ; 
Vermont, Charles Paine; Massachusetts, John Davis; 
Rhode Island, Samuel W. King; Connecticut, William 
W. Ellsworth; New York, William H. Seward; New 
Jersey, William Pennington; Pennsylvania, David R. 
Porter; Delaware, William B.Cooper; Maryland, Fran- 
cis Thomas; Virginia, John Rutherford, (acting); North 
Carolina, John M. Morehead ; South Carolina, John P. 
Richardson; Georgia, Charles J. M'Donald; Alabama, 
Benjamin Fitzpatrick ; Mississippi, Thomas Reynolds; 
Louisiana, A. B. Roman; Arkansas, Archibald Yell; 
Tennessee, James C. Jones ; Kentucky, Robert B. Letcher; 
Ohio, Thomas Corwin ; Michigan, John S. Barry; Indi- 
ana, Samuel Bigger; Illinois, Thomas Carlin; Missouri, 
Thomas Reynolds ; Florida Territory, Richard K. Call; 
Wisconsin Territory, Jas. D. Doty; Iowa Territory, John 
Chambers. 

The Governors of Territories are appointed by the Pres- 
ident and Senate of the United States. 



United States Calendar. 

Executive Government. 

WILLIAM H. HARRISON, President 

Salary $25,000 per annum. 

JOHN TYLER, Vice President. 

Salary, $5,000 per annum. 

[William H. Harrison having deceased the 4th of April, 
1841, John Tyler consequently became President.] 



176 



UNITED STATES GOVERMMENT. 



THE CABINET. 

Daniel Webster, of Mass., Secretary of State^ 
Walter Forward, of Penn., Secretary of Treasury^ 
John C. Spencer, of N. Y., Secretary of War, 
Abel P. Upshur, of Virginia, Sec'y of Navy, 
Chas. A. Wicklife, Kentucky, Postrnaster- General, 
Hugh S. Legare, S. Carolina, Attorney- General, 



Salary. 

S-6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,000 



Treasury De'partment. 
Walter Forward, Secretary, . 
Joseph Anderson, Comptroller, . 
Albion K. Parris, Second Comptroller, 
Jesse Miller, First Auditor, 
William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 
Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 
Aaron O. Dayton, Fourth Auditor, 
Stephen Pleasanton, 5th Auditor, 
Wm. Selden, Treasurer, 
Thomas L. Smith, Register, 
Charles B. Penrose, Solicitor, 
E. M. Huntington, Com. Gen. Land Office, 
John Williamson, Rec. Gen. Land Office. 
Charles Hopkins, Solicitor General, Land Office. 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents, 
Robert M. Patterson, Director of the Mint. 
Isaac Roach, Treasurer of the Mint. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Auditor of the Post-Office. 



S-6,000 
3,500 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,500 
3,000 



},000 



War De'partment. 
Winfield Scott, Major General. 
Edward P. Gains, Brig. Gen.; Maj. Gen. by brevet. 
John E. Wood, Brig. General. 

Adjutant GeneraVs Office. 
Roger Jones, Brigadier and Adjutant General. 

Pay Master GeneraVs Office. 
Nathan Towson, Pay-master General. 



SENATORS. 



177 



Ordnance Office. 
George Bomford, Colonel. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, Colonel. 

Quarter- Master GeneraVs Office. 
T. S. Jessup, Brigadier and Gtuarter-Master Gen. 

Office of Indian Affairs.. 
T. H. Crawford, Commissioner. 6,000 

Surgeon GeneraVs Office. 
Thomas Lawson, Surgeon General. 

Pension Office. 
J. L. Edwards, Commissioner. 

Pension Agent in Connecticut. 
Alexander H. Pomroy, Hartford. 



LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

Samuel L. Southard, of New Jer sey. President of 
the Senate, 

Edward Dyer, Secretary ; Salary ^3,000. 



MAINE. 




CONNECTICUT. 




Reuel Williams, 


1843 


Perry Smith, 


1843 


George Evans, 


1847 


J. W. Huntington, 


1845 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, 




NEW YORK. 




Franklin Pierce, 


1843 


Silas Wright, 


1843 


Levi Woodbury, 


1847 


N. P. Talmadge, 


1845 


VERMONT. 




NEW JERSEY. 




Samuel Prentiss, 


1843 


Samuel L. Southard, 


1845 


Samuel Phelps, 


1845 


Jacob W. Miller, 


1847 


MASSACHUSETTS. 




PENNSYLVANIA. 




Rufus Choate, 


1845 


James Buchanan, 


1843 


Isaac Bates, 


1847 


Dan'l Sturgeon, 


1845 


RHODE ISLAND. 




DELAWARE. 




Nathan F. Dixon, 


1845 


Richard H. Bayard, 


1845 


James F. Simmons, 


1847 


Thomas Clayton, 


1847 



178 



SENATORS. REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 




TENNESSEE. 




John Leeds Kerr, 


1843 


Vacant, 


1845 


Wm. D. Merrick, 


1845 


Vacant, 


1847 


VIRGINIA. 




KENTUCKY. 




Wm. C. Rives, 


1845 


Henry Clay, 
J. T. Morehead, 


1843 


Wm. S. Archer, 


1847 


1847 


NORTH CAROLINA. 




OHIO. 




Wm. A. Graham, 


1843 


William Allen, 


1843 


Wm. P. Mangum, 


1847 


Benjamin Tappan, 


1845 


SOUTH CAROLINA. 




INDIANA. 




Wm. C. Pieston, 


1843 


Oliver H. Smith, 


1843 


John C. Calhoun, 


1847 


Albert S. White, 


1845 


GEORGIA. 




ILLINOIS. 




Albert Cuthbert, 


1843 


Ricl:ard M. Young, 


1843 


John M. Berrien, 


1847 


Samuel M'Roberts, 


1847 


ALABAMA. 




MISSOURI. 




Arthur P. Bagley, 


1843 


Lewis F. Linn, 


1843 


Wm. R. King, 


1847 


Thos. H. Benton, 


1845 


MISSISSIPPI. 




ARKANSAS. 




John Henderson, 


t845 


Ambrose H. Sevier. 


1845 


Robert J. Walker, 


1847 


William S. Fulton, 


1847 


LOUISIANA. 




MICHIGAN. 




Alexander Mouton, 


1843 


Augustus H. Porter, 


1845 


Alexander Barrow, 


1847 


Wm. Woodbridge, 


1847 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



John White, of Kentucky, Speaker. 
Matthew St. C. Clarke, Clerk. 

Maine. 
Nathan Clifford, W. P. Fessenden, Benjamin Randall, 
David Bronson, Nathaniel S. Littlefield, Alfred Marshall, 
Joshua A. Lowell. Elisha H. Allen. 

New Hampshire. — General Ticket. 
Tristam Shaw, L A. Eastman, Charles G. Atherton, 
Edmund Burke, John R. Reding. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 179 

Vermont. 
Hiland Hall, William Slade, Horace Everett, Augustus 
Young, John Mattocks. 

Massachusetts, 

R. C. Winthrop, Leverett Saltonstall, Caleb Gushing, 
William Parmenter, Charles Hudson, Osmyn Baker, 
Geo. N. Briggs, William B. Calhoun, W. S. Hastings, 
Nathaniel B. Borden, Barker Burnell, John Cluincy 
Adams. 

CoTiTiecticut. 

Joseph Trumbull, W. W. Boardman, Thos. W. Wil- 
liams, Thos. B. Osborne, Truman Smith, John H. Brock- 
way. 

Rhode Island. — General Ticket. 

Joseph L. Tillinghast, Rob't B. Cranston. 
New York. 

Chas. A. Floyd, Joseph Egbert, John McKeon, James 
J. Roosevelt, Fernando Wood, Charles G. Ferris, Aaron 
Ward, Richard D. Davis, James G. Clinton, John Van 
Buren, R. M'Clellan, Jacob Houck, Jr. Hiram P. Hunt, 
Daniel P. Barnard, Archibald L. Linn, Bernard Blair, 
Thos. A. Thomlinson, Henry Van Renssalaer, John San- 
ford, Andrew W. Doig, John G. Floyd, David P. Brews- 
ter, T.C. Chittenden, Samuel S. Bowne, Samuel Gordon, 
John C. Clark, Lewis Riggs, Samuel Partridge, Victory 
Birdseye, A; L. Foster, Christopher Morgan, John May- 
nard, Francis Granger, Wm. M. Oliver, Timothy Childs, 
Seth M. Gates, John Young, Stanley N. Clark, Millard 
Fillmore, Alfred Babcock. 

New Jersey. — General Ticket. 

J. B. Aycrigg, J. P. B. Maxwell, William Halsted, 
Joseph F. Randolph, Chas. C. Stratton, Thomas Jones 
Yorke. 

Delaware. 

George B. Rodney. 

Michigan, 

Jacob M. Howard. 



180 REPKESENTATIVES. 

Pensylvania. 

Charles Brown, George W. Toland, Charles J. Inger- 
soil, Johrx Edwards, Jeremiah Brown, Francis James, 
Joseph Fornance, Robert Ramsay, John Westbrook, Peter 
Newhard, George M. Keim, William Simonton, James 
Gerry, James Cooper, Amos Gustine, James Trvine, Benj. 
A. Bidlack, John Snyder, Davis Dimock, Jr., Vacancy, 
Albert G. Marchand, Andrew Stewart, Joseph Lawrence, 
Wm. W. Irwin, William Jack, Thomas Henry, Arnold 
Plmrier, 1 vacant. 

Ohio. 

N. G. Pendleton, John B. Weller, Patrick G. Goode, 
Jeremiah Morrow, William Doane, Calvary Morris, Wil- 
liam Russell, Joseph Ridgway, William Medill, Samson 
Mason, B. S. Cowan, Joshua Mathiot, James Matthews, 
George Sweeney, S. J.Andrews, Joshua .R Giddings, John 
Hastings, Ezra Dean, Samuel Stokely. 
Virginia. 

Henry A. Wise, Francis Mallory, George B. Cary. John 
M. Botts, R. M. T. Hunter, John Taliaferro, Cuthbert 
Powell, Wm. O. Goode, John W. Jones, E. W. Hubard, 
Walter Coles, Thomas W. Gilmer, Wm. L. Goggin, 
R. W. Barton, Wm. A. Harris, A. H.H. Stuart, Geo. W. 
Hopkins, George W. Summers, S. L. Hays, Lewis Stein- 
rod. 1 vacant. 

Maryland. 

Isaac D. Jones, James A. Pearce, James W. Williams^ 
J. P. Kennedy, Alexander Randall, William Cost Johnson ^ 
John T. Mason, Augustus R. Sollers. 
North Carolina. 

Kenneth Rayner, John R. J. Daniel, Edward Stanley, 
Wm. H. Washington, James J. M'Kay, Archibald Ar- 
rington, Edmund Deberry, R. M. Saunders, Augustine H. 
Shepherd, Abram Rencher, Green W. Caldwell, James 
Graham, Lewis Williams. 

South Carolina. 

Isaac E. Holmes, William Butler, F. W. Pickens, John 
Campbell, James Rogers, S. H. Butler, Thomas D. Sum- 
ter, R. Barnwell Rhett, C. P. Caldwell. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 181 

Georgia. — General Ticket. 
Richard W. Haversham, Lott Warren, Thomas Butler 
King, Roger L. Gamble, James A. Merriwether, Thomas 
F. Foster. 3 vacant. 

Alabama. — General Ticket. 
Reuben Chapman, G. S.Houston, W. W. Payne, Dixon 
H. Lewis, Benj. G. Shields. 

Mississippi. — General Ticket. 
A. L. Bingaman, W. R. Harley, 
Louisiana. 
Edward D. White, J. B. Dawson, John Moore. 

Arkansas. 
Edward Cross. 

Tennessee. 

Thomas D. Arnold, Abraham McClellan, Joseph L. 
Williams, Thomas J. Campbell, Hopkins L. Turney, 
Wm. B. Campbell, Robert L. Caruthers, Meredith P. Gen- 
try, Harvey M. Watterson, Aaron V. Brown, Cave John- 
son, Milton Brown, Christopher H. Williams. 
Kentucky. 
Linn Boyd, Philip Triplet, Joseph R. UnderAvood, Bry- 
an W. Owsley, John B. Thompson, Willis Green, John 
Pope, James C. Sprigg, John White, Thomas F. Marshall, 
Landraff W. Andrew^s, Garret Davis, Wm. O. Butler. 
Indiana. 
Geo. W. Profit, Richard W. Thompson, Joseph L. 
White, James H. Cravens, Andrew Kennedy, David 
Wallace. Henry S. Lane. 
• Missouri. — General Ticket. 

John Miller, John C. Edwards. 
Territories. 
Florida. — 1 Delegate. 
Vacant. 

Wisconsin. — 1 Delegate. 
Henry Dodge. 

I(fwa. — 1 Delegate. 
Agustus C. Dodge. 



182 JUDICIARY, &C. 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Swpreme Court of the United States. 
Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in January, 
annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, salary, f 5,000 

Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, do. 4,500 

S. Thompson, do. do. 4,500 

John McLean, do. do. 4,500 

Henry Baldwin, do. do. 4,500 

James M. Wayne, do. do. 4,500 

Peter Y. Daniel, do. do. 4,500 

William Catron, do. do. 4,500 

John M'Kinley, do. do. 4,500 

Hugh S. Legafe, Attorney General, do. 4,000 

Richard Peters, jr. Reporter of Decisions, 1,000 
Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk, Salary, Fees of office. 
Alexander Hunter, Marshall. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

February, District, — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
April, Circuit, — New Haven, last Wednesday. 

May, District, — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District, — New Haven. 4th Tuesday. 
September, Circuit, — Hartford, I7thday, * 
November, District, — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

When the day occurs on Sunday, the Session commences on the 
following Monday. * 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge. Charles Chapman, Attorney. 
Charles A. IngersoU, Clerk. John B. Eldridge, Marshall. 
Chas. W. Curtiss, New Haven, Deputy Marshall. 



orncERs OF the customs, &c. 183 

OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London — Charles F. Lester, Col.j Elijah Ames, 
Dep.; John French Surveyor; John Howard, Ins.; Giles 
R. Hallam, Surveyor, Stonington ; Jas. Stanton, Inspector. 

Middletown — Austin Baldwin, Col.; L. Hubbard, Dep. 
and Insp. ; Dan. Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown ; Wm. 
Willardjdo. Saybrook; Perry Smith, Surveyor and Inspec- 
tor, Hartford. 

New Haven — James Donaghe, Col. ; John T. Collis, 
Surveyor 

Inspectors — Marcus Merriman, Jr., Timothy Lester, 
Eli Mix, 2d., Samuel Niles, David Kimberly, William 
Myers, Amos Baker, New Haven. — Richard Fowler, 
Guilford and Madison. — Daniel S. Redfield, Branfordand 
Sachems Head. — Anthony Stowe, Milford and Derby. 



MINISTERS ABROAD, 

Ministers, Charge des Affairs^ <^c., of the United 
States, in foreign countries. 

Great Britain. — Edward Everett, Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary. Benjamin Rush, Secretary of Legation. 

France. — Lewis Cass, Minister Plenipotentiary. Henry 
Ledyard, Secretary of Legation. 

Russia. — Chas. S. Todd, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Prussia. — Henry Wheaton, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Austria. — Daniel Jennifer, Minister Plenipoteniiar)\ 

Mexico.— William Hunter, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Minister Resident. 
Turkey.— David Porter, Constantinople. 

Charges d'' Affaires. 
Netherlands. — Hermanns Bleecker, New York. 
Belgium. — Virgil Maxcy, Maryland. 
Sweeden. — Christopher Hughes, Maryland. 



r 



184 FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Denmark. — Isaac R. Jackson, Copenhagen. 
New Grenada. — James Semple, Bogotd. 
Venezuela, Allen A. Hall, Carraccas. 
Chili. — John S. Pendleton, Virginia. 
Peru. — James C. Pickett, Virginia. 
Texas. — Joseph Eve, Kentucky. 
Two Sicilies. — Mr. Pendleton, Virginia. 
Spain. — Aaron Vail, District of Columbia. 
Sardinia. — William Baker, Georgia. 
Portugal. — Washington Barrow, Missouri. 

Foreign Ministers and their Secretaries^ 
Accredited to the Government of the United States. 

Great Britain — Henry S. Fox, Envoy Extraordinary, 
and Minister Plenipotentiary; James Hudson, Secretary! 

France — M. de Bacourt, Envoy Extraordinary, and 
Minister Plenipotentiary ; Alph. Pageot, Secretary. 

Russia— Alexander Bodisco, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary ; George Khremer, Secretary- 
Spain — Chevelier D'Argaiz, Envoy Extraordinary, and 
Minister Plenipotentiary ; Sr. Tacon, Secretary. 

Austria — Baron de Marsechal, Envoy Extraordinary, 
and Minister Plenipotentiary; Chevalier Huiseman, Sec- 
retary. 

Argentine Republic — Carlos Maria de Alvear, Envoy 
Extraordinary, and Minister Plenipotentiar3^ 

Prussia — Baron Roenne, Minister Resident. 

Portugal — J. C. de Figaniere e Morao, Minister Resi- 
dent. 

Brazil — Chevalier Gasper Jose Lisboa, Minister Resi- 
dent. 

Netherlands — Chevalier Adr. Martini, Charge de af- 
faires. 

Belgium — M. Charles Serruys, Charge de Affaires. 

Sweden — Chev. Gustavus de Nordin, Charge de affaires. 

Denmark — M. Steen de Bille, Charge de affaires. 

Sardinia — Count de Colobiano, Charge de Affaires. 

New Grenada — Domingo Acosta, Charge de Affairs. 

Texas — Bernard E. Bee, Charge de Affaires. 



ARMY AND NAVY LISTS. 185 

ARMY LIST. 

Winfield Scott, Major-general, comm'g the army. 
Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
John E. Wool, brigadier gen. maj. gen. brevet. 
Roger Jones, brigadier and adjutant general. 
Thomas S. Jessup, brigadier gen. and qr. master gen. 
Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 
Col. Wm. J. Worth, inspector gen. brig. gen. brev. 
Col. S. Churchill, maj. inspector. 
Col. George Croghan, inspector general. 
Major Henry Whiting, quarter master, lieut. col. brev. 
Major Truman Cross, quarter marter, lieut. col. brev. 
Major Henry Stanton, quarter master. 
Gen. Nathan Towson, pay master general. 



NAVY LIST. 

Commissioners of the Navrj. 

Lewis Warrington, President, — William M. Crane, 
Daniel Conner. 

Captains. — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, 
Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, William 
M. Crane, James Biddle, Chas- G. Ridgeley, JohnDownes, 
Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alex- 
ander S. Wadsworth, George C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, 
Samuel Woodhouse, E. P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, 
John B.Nicholson, Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap Catesby Jones, 
William C. Bolton, William B. Shubrick, C. W. Morgan, 
Lawrence Kearney, Foxhall A. Parker, Edward R. 
McCall, Daniel Turner, David Conner, John Gallagher, 
Wm. M. Hunter, John D, Sloat, Matthew C. Perr}--, 
Charles W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Joseph Smith, Law- 
rence Rosseau, George W. Storer, Beverly Kennon, E. 
R. Shubrick, F. H. Gregory J. H. Clack, P. F. Voorehees, 
Benjamin Cooper, D. Geisinger, R. L. Stockton, Isaac Mc- 
Keever, J. P. Zantzinger, W. D. Slater, C. S. McCauley, 
T. M. Newell, E. A. F. Valette, W. A. Spencer, T. T. 
13 



180 NAVY LIST* 

Webb, John Percival, J. H. Aulick, W. V. Taylor, B. Du- 
lany, Silas H. Stringham, Isaac Mayo, William K. Lat- 
imer, Wm. Mervine, T. Crabb, E. B. Babbit, Thos. Paine, 
James Armstrong, Jos. Smoot, Samuel L. Breeze, Benj. 
Page. 

Commanders. — John Guinn, Thomas W. Wyman, 
Andrew Fittsliurgh, Abraham S. Teneick, Hiram Paul- 
ding, Jonathan D. Williamson, Uiiah P. Levy, Charles i 
Boarman, F. Forrest, W. J. Bel t, W. Jameson , W. Boerum, j 
Charles L. Williamson, Chas. Gauntt, Wm. Ramsey, 
Ralph Voorhees, Henry Henry, S. W. Downing, Henry 
W. Ogden, E. Ridgeway, T. A. Conover, John C. Long, 
John H. Graham, J. Mcintosh, Josiah Tattnall, Hugh 
N. Page, William Innman, Joel Abbott, L. E. Sim- 
monds, John M. Dale, H. H. Cocke, Wm. J. McCluney, 
John B. Montgomery, Horace B. Sawyer, C. K, 
Stribling, Joshua R. Sands, John J. Young, C. H. Bell, 
Abraham Bigelow, Joseph R. Jarvis, Thomas W. Frelon, 
Sam'l W. Lecompte, Charles T. Piatt, Wm. M. Armstrong, 
Wm. F. Shields, G. P. Pendergrast, Wm. C. Nicholson, 
James B. Cooper, E. W. Carpenter, John L. Saunders, 
Joseph B. Hull, John Stone Paine, Joseph Moorehead, 
Thomas Petigru, John S. Chauncey, Irvine Shubrick, 
John Kelly, Edmund Byrne, Edward S. Johnson, Wm. H. 
Gardner, David G. Farragut, Stephen B. Wilson, E. C. 
Rutlidge, Wm. S. Harris, Thos. A. Dornin, R. B. Cun- 
ningham, James Glynn, Joseph Myers, Wm. C. Wetmore, 
Thomas R. Gedney, John Rubier, Victor M. Randolph, J. 
Orowninshield, Frederick Engle, Alexander J. Dallas, J. 
Rudd, Robert Ritchie, Wm. W. McKean, Franklin Bu- 
chanan, Samuel Mercer, Charles Lowndes, L.M. Golds- 
borough, George N. Hollis, D. N. Ingraham, John Mars- 
ton, Jr., Henry Brace, Wm. D. Newman, Henry Adam?, 
Alex. P. Pinkam, James D. Knight, Joseph Mattison, 
Wm. S. Walker, Alex. S. McKenzie, George FJPearson. 

The Navy of the United .States consists of the followiog 
vessels and force. 

Ships of the Line, 
Franklin, 74 guns— Washington, 74 — Columbus, 74 



NAVY LIST. 18T 

—Ohio, 80— North Carolina, 80 — Delaware, 80— Alabama, 
80— Vermont, 80— Virginia, 80— Pennsylvania, 120— New 
York, 80. 

Frigates, 1st. Class. 
Independence Razee, 54 guns — United States, 44 — Con- 
stitution, 44 — Guerrier, 44 — Java, 44 — Potomac, 44 — Bran- 
dywine, 44 — Hudson, 44 — Santee, 44 — Cumberland, 44 — 
Sabine, 44 — Savannah, 44 — Raritan, 44— Columbia, 44 — 
St. Lawrence, 44. 

Frigates, 2d. Class. 
Constellation, 36 guns — ^Macedonian, 36. 
Sloops of War. 
John Adams, 20 guns — Boston, 20 — Lexington, 20 — 
Vincennes, 20— Warren, 20— Natchez, 20— Falmouth, 20 
—Fairfield, 20- Vandalia, 20— St. Louis, 20— Concord, 20 
— Cyane, 20— Levant, 20— Erie, 18— Ontario, 18— Pea- 
cock, 18— Marion, 18— Decatur, 18— Preble, 18— York- 
town, 18— Dale, 16. 

B7'igs. 
Dolphin, — Porpoise,— Consort, of 10 guns. 

Schooners. 
Grampus,— Shark, — Enterprise, — Boxer, of 10 guns, Ex- 
periment, 4. Pioneer. 

Fulton steam ship, Steamer Poinsett, Two Sea Steam- 
ers, Relief store ship. 



[Additional articles, omitted in their appropriate places.] 

Gi'een Woods Mutual Insurance Company, 
Uriel Tuttle, President. 
Theron Rockwell, Treasurer. 
E. S. Woodford, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting, Third Monday in June. 



BOROUGH OF CLIFTON. 

Whelock, Thayer, Warden. 
James Welch, Clerk. 
Jesse Williams, Bailiff. 



188 



SOCIETIES. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d., President. 
Vice Presidents— Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., John Hall, 
Hon. T. S. Williams, Henry Hudson. 

Secretary — Edward Goodwin. 
Treasurer— Reuben Langdon. 
Directors— Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev. S. 
Bartlett, E. Terry, Rev. D. Smith, d. d., Rev. H. Hooker, 
Rev. S. Spring, Rev. J. Bartlett, Elisha Hart, Rev. G. A. 
Calhoun, Rev. I. N. Sprague, B. Hudson, Rev. H. Bush- 
nell, J. B. Hosmer, T. Day, Rev. O. E. Daggett, Rev. J. 
Rogers, Rev. R. Southgate. 

Erastus Scranton, Burlington, Agent of the Society. 



CONN. BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, President. 
. David F. Robinson, Vice President. 
Charles Hosmer, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors—Whiting H. Hollister, D. Burgess, Thomas 
Smith, Albert W. Butler, R. G. Huntington. 
General Agent — Charles Hosmer. 

CONIN-ECTICUT COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 

Hon. R. M. Sherman, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Benjamin Silliman, Esq., Rt. Rev. T. 
C. Brownell, D. D. 

Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Secretary. 

Seth Terry, Treasurer. 

Managers. — Henry White, Rev. Leonard Bacon. A. N. 

Skinner, James B. Hosmer, Eliphalet Terry, Charles W. 

Rockwell, Hon. Seth P. Beers, Francis Parsons, Barzillai 

Hudson. 



INDEX. 



Almanac, 11 
Academies, 128—29 

Arts & Sciences, 128 

Alloiment of Judges, 40 

Agricultural Societies, 166 

Alpha P. B. K., 129 
Attorneys, 32—52 

Asylum, 130 

B. 

Banks, Hartford, 105 

PhcEnix, 105 

" Branch, 106 

Conn. River B. C, 106 

Farmers & Mec, 106 

Exchange, 107 

Hartford Savings, 107 

New Haven, 108 

Mechanics, N. H., 108 

Citv, N. H., 108 

N. H. County, 109 

'' Savings, 109 

Meriden, 109 

Union, N. Loudon, 109 

New London, 110 i 

Whaling, N. L., 110 

Savings, " 111 

Norwich, 111 

Thames, 111 

duinebaug, 112 

Merchants, 112 

Savings, 112 

Jewett City, 112 

Stonington, 113 

Mystic, 113 

Windham, 113 



Windham County, 113 

Thompson, 114 

Bridgeport, 114 

Connecticut, 114 

" Branch, 115 

Fairfield, Co., 115 

" Branch, 115 

Middletown, 115 

Middlesex Co., 115 

Savings, Mid., 116 

East Haddam, 116 

Tolland Co., 116 

*' Savings, 117 

State Directors, 117 

State Commiss'rs, 117 

Stamford, 115 

Boroughs, Essex, 102 

Colchester, 102 

Worthington, 103 

Guilford, 103 
Clinton, Newtown, 103 

Norwalk, 104 

I Sionmgton, 104 

I Stamford, 104 

Litchfield, lOi 

Berlin, 105 

Waterbury, 105 

Baptist Bible Society, 167 

Education " 168 

S. School " 168 

Tract " 168 

Bishops, P.^ E. 127 

C 

Cities— Hartford, 99 

New Haven, 99 



190 



INDEX, 



Cities —New London ^ 100 

Norwich, 101 

Middletown, 101 

Bridgeport, 102 

Conn. Government, ^3-^63 

Colonization Society, 188 

Conn. Bible Society, 188 

Church Scholarship, So. 169 

Missionary, 169—170 

Conven. Meetings, 166 

Sunday S. Union, 169 

State Commniittee , 170 

Foreign " 170 

Clergy, 91-98 

Courts,-See Calendar pages. 

'Colleges — Yale, 121 

Washington, 123 

Wesleyan, 125 

N. York Theolog., 127 

Commencements, 

Com. Turnpikes, &c. 

Bridges, 

Ferries, 

Canal, Farmington, 
Rail-Roads, 
Union Company, 
Retreat, 

Acknowledgment 
of Deeds, out of 
the State, 
Schools,- 
Eclipses, 

(Governors of Bmtes, 
U. S. Calendar, 

Executive, 

Departments, 

Senate, 

Representatives, 

Judiciary, 

Customs, 

Population U. S., 



128 
67 
74 
74 
74 
74 
75 
75 



164 
165 
166 
165 
165 
165 



163 



175 
175 
175 
176 

177 
178 
182 
183 



Army, 185:' 

Navy, 1851 

Diplomatic, 183 

H. 

Hospital Society, 

Historical " 

Horticultural '* 

History, Con. Nat. *' 

Hartford Nat. Hist. '' 

Hist., Nat., Yale CoL, 

Insurance Comps., 118—19 

Institute, E. Windsor, 126 

Y. Men's, Hartford, 131 

Y. Men's, N. Haven, 132 

Land Surveyors, 

M. 
Militia, 

Medical Societv, 
Mutual Aid " 

N. 
Notaries Public, 

P. 
Probate Courts, 
Post Offices & Masters, 
Postages, Rates, 

R. 

Rail-Roads, 120, Roads, 7 
Retreat, 131 

Senatorial & Rep. Dis'ts, 75 
State Prison, 170 

School Fund-, 132 

T. 
town Officers, 78—84 

Tables, 6—10 

Temperance Soc. Con., 167 
•tract Societv, 188 

V. 
I Votes for Govemot. 171 



134-162 
163 
165 



65 

63 

85 
90 



174 1 Whaling Comp., 



120 



ASYLUM-STREET 

Hartfwd^ Asylum-street, (near Main-street.) 
TYLER & PORTER, 

Keep constantly on hand, a general assortment of 
School, Classical, Professional, Musical and Miscellane- 
ous Books, which they will sell at wholesale or retail, on 
the most favorable terms. 

School Library. — T. & P. are agents for the sale of the 
Common School Library, published under the sanction of 
the Massachusetts Board of Education, and which may 
be safely recommended as the best collection of works for 
this purpose in existence. 

Reading Books. — The attention of School Committees, 
Teachers and Parents is invited to the F^rst, Second, Tkird 
and Fovrth Readers, forming a comprehensive series of 
Reading Books for Schools, prepared by S. G. Goodrich, 
he well known Peter Parley, and published by Tyler & 
Porter. 

Ink Stands. — T. & P. are agents for Silliman & Co*s 
Inkstands, which they will sell wholesale and retail at the 
manufacturers' prices. 

/S. S. Depository. — T. & P. are agents for thesale of the 
publications of the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, 
which comprise a large variety ofbooks prepared expressly 
for Sabbath School libraries, with Newcomb's and other 
duestion Books, and the Sabbath School Visitor. 

Orders from a distance will receive prompt and faithful 
attention. 



PROTECTION 

FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. 

Office, No. 8, Exchange Buildings, Hartford. 
Capital Stock, ^150,0000. 
Continue to insure against loss aud damage hjFire, and 
against the hazard of Marine Risks upon favorable terms. 
DANIEL W. CLARK, President. 
William Conner, Secretary, 



JOHN BIS SELL, 

Commissioner of Deeds, 6fC, 

For the State of Connecticut and New Hampshire, 
No. 75 Nassaiir-street, New York. 



WILLIAM CONNER, 

Agent of New York Life Insurance and Trust 
Company^ 

Office No, 8 Exchange Buildings, 

Hartford. 



VACCINE VIRUS. 

PHYSICIANS can at all times be supplied with the 
above article, of fresh and excellent quality, by applying to 
DR. G. O. SUMNER, Hartford. 
Main-street J No. 184^. 
The article can be sent by mail. 
Vaccination for Kine Pox performed by Dr. S., when 
desired. 



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6 7 8 


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No. 53. 



PoBLisiiED :ev SAMI'I 's East Windsqjr, 

SOLD BY ALL THE i.^&rL THE STATE, 



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CONNECTICUT 

ANNUAL REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CAI^ENDAR, 



1843: 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AIV AI^MAIVAC. 

CONTAINING ALSO, 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS, TOWN OFFICERS, CORPORATE 
INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS PUR- 
POSES, STATISTICAL TABLES, AND A VARIETY OF 
OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



No. 53. 



HARTFORD: 

rUBLlSHED BY SAMUEL GREEN. 

SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

1843. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL GREEN, 

in the OflSce of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



Printed by 
E. Gleason, Hartford. 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1843. 

There will be three Eclipses this year, two of the 
San, and one of the Moon. 

I. The first will be an Annular eclipse of the Sun, 
June 27th, 2h. 36m. in the evening, invisible in New 
England ; a small echpse may be seen at New Orleans, 
and at Austin in Texas, and in some parts of Louisiana, 
Mississippi and Alabama, and very little at Natchez, 
Mobile, fee. 

n. The second will be an Eclipse of the Moon, on 
the 6th day of December, in the evening, visible, as 
follows : h. m. 

Beginning, . . . 6 27 J 
Middle, . . . . 7 20 V Mean time, ev. 
End, . . . . 8 13) 
Duration, . . . 1 43 
Digits eclipsed 2h. 25m. on the Moon's S. limb. 
III. The third will be an Eclipse of the Sun, on the 
21st day of December, Oh. 25m. morning, invisible in 
America. 

The Planet Venus [ ? ] will be morning star until 
the 2d October, thence evening star to the end of the 
year. 



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A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London, 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
epur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to^ 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — H. stands for hours — 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


Amboy, 


S. 


45 


Nantucket, 




S. 


1 30 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 


Newburyport, 




A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Novs 


.A. 


3 


New Haven, 




A. 


1 50 


Albany, 


A. 


6 30 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


Block Island, 


S. 


1 17 


Norwich Landing,A. 


45 


New Bedford, 


s. 


1 12 


Penobscot, 




A. 


3 


Boston, 


A. 


2 15 


Pensacola, 




S. 


1 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 45 


Philadelphia, 




A. 


4 20 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 


Piscataway, 




A. 


2 40 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 15 


Plymouth, 




A. 


1 45 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 20 


Port Royal, S- 


C. 


S. 


30 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


Portsmouth, 




A. 


2 45 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 


Providence, 




s. 


1 


Georgetown Bar 


, s. 


2 20 


Quebec, 




A. 


3 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 30 


Rhode Island, 




s. 


45 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 


Salem, 




A. 


2 45 


Hell Gate, 


A. 


30 


Sandy Hook, 




A. 


55 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 20 


Savannah, 




s. 


1 12 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 


Saybrook, 




A. 


15 


Ipswich, 


A. 


2 45 


St. Augustine, 


B. 


s. 


1 25 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 


Tybee Bar, 




A. 


15 


Main Ocean, 


S. 


45 


Williamsburg, 


Va 


.A. 


2 15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 


Wilmington, N. C 


.A. 


2 15 



ROADS. 



ROADS, 



Old Road from Boston 
Mew York, 
To Cambridge 
Waiertown 
Wallham 
Weston 
Sunbiny 
Marlborough 
Northborough 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leicester 
Spencer, 
Brookfield, 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbraham 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Meriden 
Wallingford 
New Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Fairfield 
Saugatuc 
Norwalk 
Darien 
Stamford 
Horseneck 
Rye 

East Chester 
West Farms 
Harlaem Bridge 
New- York 



From Boston to HartM. 123 
Hartford to N. York 112 

Whole distance 235 

^ Harlford to Windsor, Vt. 
Springfield 23 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 28 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

JVew-London to J\'ewport, 
Westerly iB 

Tower Hrll 25 

Naraganset Ferry , 3 

Newport 7 

JVeio-York to Washington. 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmin^^ton 128 

Snsquehannah (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 227 

Post Roadfiom Boston to 
Hartford, 
Framingham 2 

Worcester 18 

Sturbridge 18 

Stafford jg 

Vernon 12 

Hartford 14 

Turnpike from JWw London 

to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 76 

4N. Stoninjrton, Miner's 1| 
Hopkinton City 55 

West Greenwich, Blake's 8A 
Providence j 



6 ROADS. 

Boston 



Whole distance 92^ 
From JVew- London to JVor- 

wich and Boston. 

To Montville 1 

Norwich ( 

Jewell's City i 

Plainfield "J 

Sterling ^ 

Scitiiate 11 

Providence 1' 

Attleboroiigh lii 

Walpole It 

Dedharn K 

Boston 1< 

Total lOi 
From Boston to Portland 
Lynn 

Sfilem 1 
Ipswich 

New bury port 1 

Hampton 1 

Portsmouth 1 

Kennebnck 2 

Portland 2 

Total 119 

KeiC' London to J\/'. Haven. 

Lyme 16 

Saybrook S 

Killingworth C 

Guilford 9 

Brand ford, 9 

New Haven 8 

Total 5 
J^ew-London to Hartford. 
Montville, 

Salem, 6 

Colchester, 6 

Marlborough) 8 



Glastenbury, Welles's 16 

Hartford " 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albany. 

Avon 10 

N. Hartford 10 

Winchester 8 

Norfolk 8 

N. Canaan 8 

Sheffield 14 

Great Harrington 6 

W, Slockbridge 10 

Chatham 6 

Nassau Village 4 

Schodack 6 

Albany, Skinner's 6 



Total 94 

New Turnpike Road from JV. 
Haven to JVorwich and 
Providence, R. !• 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 20 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads 9J 

Thence to Norwich city 10| 

Total 50 

From Norwich by PreslOD 



& Voluntovvn to Prov. 
Thence to Boston 



Total 109 
From Albany to Buffalo, 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 18 

Johnston 1^ 

Palatine H 

Herkimer 17 

Uiica, Shcpard's 1^ 

Vernon 19 

Manlius 24 



HOABS. 



Marcellns 

Skeneateles 

Auburn 

Cayuga 

Geneva 

Gorliam 

Canandaigua 

East BloonifielH 

West Bloomfield 

Lima 5 Avon- 3 

Caledonia 

Batavia 



17 

10 
6 
4 
5 

10 
6 
C 
5 
8 
7 

18 



Buffalo 276 

From Canandaigua to JV-i 

a gar a Falls. 
Genesee River 27^ 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

Niagara Falls 21^ 

112 

From Providence to Harfpd 
Plainfield 30 



Windham ^4 

iHartlord 3o 

74 

Poit Road from Hartford to 

Providence. 
ManchesterlO Coventry 6 16 
Mansfield 7 Ashford 8 15 
Killiiigly Centre, 14 

Gloucester 8 Scituate 8 16 
Providence 8J 

Total 69i 

Middle Road from Boston to 

Hartford, 
Dedhani 10 

Pomfret 47 

Hartford 40 

97 

From Hartford to JV. Haven^ 

through Middlctown. 
Middletown 15 

Northford 12 

A'ew Haven S8— 11 



Distances from Washington to the Capitals 


ofaU 


the States 


— Main Post Road. 




JVorthern Route, 


SovAhern Route. 




To Baltimore 


38 


Richmond, Va. 


125 


Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Fayettville,N. C. 


348 


Philadelphia 


137 


Columbus, Ohio, 


418 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


Charleston, S C. 


544 


New York 


227 


Frankfort, Ken. 


565 


New Haven 


304 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


603 


Middletown 


329 


Savannah, Geo. 


657 


Hartford 


336 


Murfreesboro' Ten. 


708 


New London 


860 


Vandalia, Illinois, 


781 


Norwich 


373 


St. Louis, Miso. 


856 


Providence 


410 


Tuscaloosa, Alab. 


850 


Boston 


436 


Monticello, Missis. 


1233 


Portsmouth, N, H. 


492 


New Orleans, Lou. 


1200 


Montpelier, Vt. 


534 


Tallahassee, Florida. 


896 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Littie Rock, Arkansas 


, 1068 


Eastport 


868 


Detroit, Michigan, 


m 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arranged according to the actual use at 
the United States Mint^ for estimating the value of 
Gold. 







Grain siStandarc 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight 


of pure before 1st 


after 1st 






gold. Aug. 1834 


Aug. 1834 


BRAZIL. 


pwt. gr 




$ c. m. 


$ c. m. 


Johannes, half in pro- 










portion. 


18 




16 


17 06 8 


Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 m 6 


32 71 4 


Dobra, 


18 6 


401 5 


16 22 2 


17 3i) 5 


Moidore, half in pro. 










portion, 


6 22 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 56 


Crusado, 


16i 


15 8 


59 8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 










Guinea, half in propor- 










tion, 


5 9^ 


118 7 


4 79 6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, lialf in pro- 










portion, 


5 3i 


113 1 


4 57 


4 87 5 


Seven shillinpf piece. 


1 19 


39 6 


1 60 


1 70 6 


FRANCE. 










Double Louis, coined 










before 1786, - - 


10 11 


224 9 


9 68 7 9 69 4 


Louis, do. 


5 5^ 


112 4 


4 54 1 4 84 4 


Double Louis, coined 








since 1786, - . 


9 20 


212 6 


8 59 9 16 3 


Louis, do. 


4 22 


106 3 


4 29 5 4 58 1 


Double Napoleon, or 






1 


40 francs, 


8 7 


179 


7 23 2 7 71 3 


Napoleon, or 20 francs 


4 3i 


89 7 


3 62 4 3 86 6 


COLOMBIA. 








Doubloons, 


17 8J 


360 5.' 


14 56 J 


15 53 8 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



TABLE OF COINS— Continued. 







GrainslStandard Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight 


of pure before 1st after 1st 






gold. |Aug.l83^ 


Aug. 1834 


MEXICO. 


pwt. gr 




^ c. m 


$ c. m. 


Doubloons, shares in 










proportion, - 


17 8i 


360 5 


14 56 


15 53 8 


PORTUGAL. 










Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 66 6 


32 11 4 


Dobra, . 


18 6 


401 5 


16 22 2 


17 35 6 


Johannes, 


18 




16 


17 06 9 


Moidore, half in pro. 










portion, 


6 22 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 56 


Piece of 16 tostoons or 










1600 rees, - 


2 6 


49 3 


1 99 2 


2 12 5 


Old Crusado, 400 do. 


15 


13 6 


54 9 


58 6 


New do. 480 do. 


m 


14 8 


59 8 


63 7 


Milree coined 1775, 


19| 


18 1 


73 2 


78 


&PAIN. 










Quadruple pistolo, or 










doubloon, 1772, dou- 










ble, single and shares 






■ 




in proportion. 


17 84 


437 215 03 


16 03 3 


Doubloon, 1801, - 


17 1) 


360 5 14 56 


15 53 8 


Pistole, 1801, . 


4 8i 


80 1 


3 64 


3 88 3 


Coronilla, gold dollar, 










or Vintem, 1801, 


1 3 


22 8 


92 1 


98 2 


U. STATES OF AMERICA. 










Eagle coined before 










July 31, 1834, . 


11 6 


247 5 10 1 


10 66 8 


Eagrle coined after July 










31, 1834, shares in 










proportion, - 


10 18 


232 




10 



10 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 

TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 



1 w.j 1 rn.| 3 m. ; 6 rn. \ 1 yr. 



D. C.JD. C.i D. C.\D, C. |D. 



Cents 



Dollars 



10 


010 











20 


00 








a 


30 


o'o 











40 


00 








1 


50 














2 


1 











1 


3 


2 





1 





3 


6 


3 





1 





4 


9 


4 





2 





6 


12 


5 





3 





7 


15 


10 


1 


5 





15 


30 


2G 


2 


10 





SO 


60 


30 


3 


15 





45 


90 


40 


5 


20 





60 


1 20 


50 


6 


25 





75 


1 50 


100 


12 


50 


1 


50 


3 


200 


25 


1 


3 





6 


300 


37 


1 50 


4 


50 


9 


400 


50 


2 


6 





12 


500 


62 


2 50 


7 


50 


15 


1000 


125 


r, 


15 





30 



12 
18 
24 
30 

60 

1 20 

1 80 

2 40 

3 
6 









(Cr To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product, and you will 
find the two right hand figures to be cents — the remain^ 
der, on the left hand, are dollars, which is the answer. 
If there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied 
as above, you will find the two right hand figures to bo 
fractions, the two next cents, and the remainder ia 
dollars. 

ELECTORS' MEETINGS 

Are annually holden in the several towns on th% 

FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 



January has 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



First qu. 8d. 3h. 4m. m. 
Full Moon 16d. 3h. 20m. m. 



Last qu. 22d. 7h. 55m, a. 
New M. 30d. 6h. 55m. m. 



M.|w.( Calendar, &c. 



^rise 2h. M. 

(g) slow clock 6m. 

il sets 6h. 

Epiphany. 

^ Apogee. ^ d © 
1st Sunday after Epiph. 
Daybreak 5h. 43m. 
7*3 south 8h. 



Qr. |e^s.[ F.sea|r(fs, 
284 32 
4 32 



7 27 
7 27 
7 26 
7 26 
7 25 
7 25 
24 



33 

33 

34 

4 34 

4 35 



2d after Epiphany. 

C Perigee. 

? r. 4h. 36m. M. 

Septuagesima Sunday. 
? ^ © 

C low. Con. St. Paul, 



U sets I2h. 
Sexagesima Sunday. 
5 gr. elong. 



42 

42 

43 

4 44 

4 45 

4 46 



134 47 

12 4 48 

11 4 49 

10 4 50 

9 4 51 

8 4 52 

7 4 53 

6 4 54 

5 4 55 



2 15 

3 15 

4 2 

4 58 

5 44 

6 50 

7 43 

8 34 

9 21 
4'4 56110 5 



3 53 

4 52 

5 45 

6 38 
rise. 
6 56 

8 9 

9 23 

10 35 

11 48 
morn. 

I 1 



lli4 

I2I5 

136 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN THIS STATE— ARRANGED MONTHLY, 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, last 1 uesday. At New Haven and 
Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 



9 50 

10 41 

11 28 
aft. 10 

51 



35 

36 
4 36 
4 37 
4 38 
4 39 
4 39 
4 41 



1 31 

2 11 

2 53 

3 36 

23 
6 
6 
3 



5 45 

6 50 

7 56 

8 57 

9 58 

10 56 

11 54 
morn. 

54 



4 
5 

6 

7 
8 

8 59 

9 56 

10 50 

11 42 
morn. 

23 

1 25 



54 

55 



10 
19 
16 
13 
49 
25 



sets. 
6 34 





February has 28 days, beginning 


on Wednesday. 


First qr. 7d. llh. 27m. m. 


Last qr.21d. 5h. 41m. M. 


Full Moon 14d. 3d. 4rn. a. 




M. 


|w.| Calendar, See. |0 r. 


(v)s.|F. sea.|r.^g. 


~J 


4 


Mahometan year 1259 beg 


7 2 


4 58 


10 47 


7 44 


$J 


5 


Puri. B. V. M. 


7 1 


4 59 


11 28 


8 43 


3 


6 


) Apogee. 


7 


5 00 


aft. 8 


9 43 


4 


7 




6 59 


5 ] 


49 


10 42 


5 


S 




6 57 


5 3 


1 31 


11 52 


6 


2 


D. br. 5h. 22m. 


6 56 


5 4 


2 15 


morn. 


7 


3 




6 55 


5 5 


3 3 


40 


8 


4 


^rise Ih. 18m. M. 


6 54 


5 


3 58 


1 40 


9 


5 




6 53 


5 7 


4 47 


2 37 


10 


6 




6 51 


5 9 


5 43 


3 34 


11 


7 


slow clock 15m. 


6 50 


5 10 


6 41 


4 22 


12 


S 




6 49 


5 11 


7 38 


5 11 


13 


2 




6 48 


5 12 


8 34 


5 52 


14 


3 


Valentine. 


6 46 


5 14 


9 28 


rises. 


15 


4 


J) Perigee. 


6 45 


5 15 


10 21 


6 59 


16 


5 


? rises 4h. I6ni. m. 


6 44 


5 16 


11 14 


8 14 


17 


6 




6 42 


5 18 


morn. 


9 38 


18 


7 


Daybreak 5h. 4m. 


6 41 


5 19 


7 


10 44 


19 


S 




6 40 


5 20 


1 1 


11 59 


20 


2 




6 38 


5 22 


1 57 


morn. 


21 


3 




6 37 


5 23 


2 53 


1 12 


22 


4 




6 36 


5 24 


3 50 


2 15 


23 


5 


^ rise 4h. 37m. M. 


6 34 


5 26 


4 46 


3 13 


24 


6 


St. Matthew. 


6 33 


5 27 


5 40 


4 


25 


7 




6 32 


5 28 


6 31 


4 37 


26 


S 


Quinquagesima. 


6 30 


5 30 


7 18 


5 7 


27 


2 




6 29 


5 31 


8 3 5 37 


28 


3 






6 28 


5 32 


8 45 


6 2 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th do. 

Fairfield, 2d do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Norwich, [aj 2d Tuesday. 



March has 31 days, beginnin g on Wednesday. 
New moon Id. Ih. 2m. m. I Last qr. 22(1, 5h. 30m. a. 
First qr. 9d. 4h. 47m. m. | New Moon 30d.6h.50m,A. 
Full moon 16d. Ih. Im. m. I 



m; 


w.| Calendar, &c. 


©r.|(g)s-|F.sea|r.(is. 


1 


4 




6 26 


5 34 


9 30 


sets. 


2 


5 


D Apogee. 


6 25 


5 35 


10 8 


6 34 


3 


6 


$ rise 4h. 15m. m. 


6 23 


5 37 


11 50 


7 33 


4 


7 


i' rise Oh. 42m. m. 


6 22 


5 38 


11 30 


8 32 


5 


Slst Sunday in Lent. 


6 21 


5 39 


aft. 14 


9 31 


6 


2 




6 19 


5 41 


59 


10 31 


7 


3 


Daybreak 4h. 42m. 


6 18 


5 42 


1 48 


11 32 


8 


4 




6 16 


5 44 


2 39 


morn. 


9 


5 




6 15 


5 45 


3 33 


32 


10 


6 




6 14 


5 46 


4 27 


1 28 


11 


7 




6 12 


5 48 


5 20 


2 20 


12 


S 


2d Sunday in Lent. 


6 11 


5 49 


6 17 


3 8 


13 


2 




6 10 


5 50 


7 14 


3 48 


14 


3 


^ 


6 8 


5 52 


8 5 


4 26 


15 


4 


O slow clock 8m. 


6 7 


5 53 


8 58 


4 58 


16 


5 


J) Perigee. 


6 5 


5 55 


9 54 


rises. 


17 


6 


High tides. 


6 4 


5 56 


10 47 


8 22 


18 


7 




6 3 


5 57 


11 46 


9 38 


19 


iS 


3d Sunday in Lent. 


6 1 


5 59 


morn. 


10 55 


20 


2 




6 


6 


46 


11 5S 


21 


3 




5 58 


6 2 


1 45 


morn. 


22 


4 


7*s set llh. 


5 57 


6 3 


2 44 


1 4 


23 


5 




5 56 


6 4 


3 37 


1 47 


24 


6 


?d^. ^d>. ■ 


5 54 


6 6 


4 30 


2 28 


25 


7 




5 53 


6 7 


5 17 


3 5 


26 


^Mid Lent. 


5 51 


6 9 


6 2 


3 42 


27 


2 


? rise 4h. 9m M. 


5 50 


6 It) 


6 47 


4 3 


28 


3 




5 49 


6 11 


7 30 


4 32 


29 


4 




5 47 


6 13 


8 10 


5 56 


30 


5 


> Apogee. 


5 46 


6 14 


8 49 


iets. 


31 


6 




5 45 


6 15 


9 30 


7 24 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 3d do. 
At Hartford, 4th do. At Tolland, 4th do. 



April has 30 days, beginning on Saturday. 



First qua. 7d. 6h 18m a. 


Lastqr. 21d. 7h- 40m. m. 


Full J 
M.|wl 


Moon 14d.9h.43m.M. 


New Moon 29d.llh.33m.M. 


Calendar, &c. 


Or. 


(v)..|F.sea|r.(ls. 


1 


7 


Daybreak 4b. 3m. 


5 43 


6 17 


10 10 8 26 


2 


S 


5th Sunday in Lent. 


5 42 


6 18 


10 55 


9 25 


3 


2 




5 41 


6 19 


U 43 


10 24 


4 


3 




5 39 


6 21 


aft .33 


11 13 


5 


4 




5 38 


6 22 


1 25 


morn. 


6 


5 7*s set lOh. 


5 36 


6 24 


2 18 


13 


7 


6 


)runs high. 


5 35 


6 25 


3 12 


1 00 


8 


7 




5 34 


6 26 


4 5 


1 40 


9 


S 


Palm Sunday. 


5 32 


6 28 


4 58 


2 20 


10 


2 


J rise llh.24m. 


5 31 


6 29 


5 50 


2 53 


11 


3 


I2 rise Ih. 49m. m. 


5 30 


6 30 


6 42 


3 26 


12 


4 




5 28 


6 32 


7 35 


3 56 


13 


5 


3 Perigee. 


5 27 


6 33 


8 29 


4 25 


14 


6 


Good Friday. 


5 26 


6 34 


9 26 


rise. 


15 


7 




5 24 


6 36 


10 25 


8 31 


16 


*S 


Easter Sunday. 


5 23 


6 37 


11 26 


9 40 


17 


2 




5 22 


6 38 


morn. 


10 50 


18 


3 




5 21 


6 39 


26 


11 42 


19 


4 




5 19 


6 41 


1 25 


morn. 


20 


5 




5 18 


6 42 


2 20 


45 


21 


6 


7*s. set 9h. 


5 17 


6 43 


3 12 


1 13 


22 


7 




5 15 


6 45 


3 59 


1 43 


23 


5 


1st Sunday after Easter, 


5 14 


6 46 


4 43 


2 9 


24 


2 




5 13 


6 47 


5 25 


2 35 


25 


3 


-]) Apogee. 


5 12 


6 48 


6 5 


2 58 


26 


4 




5 11 


6 49 


6 46 


3 21 


27 


5 




5 9 


6 51 


7 26 


3 49 


28 


6 


11 rise 2h. 17m. m. 


5 8 


6 52 


8 9 


4 13 


29 


7 


$ rise lOh. 24m. 


5 7 


6 53 


8 53 


sets. 


30 


5 


2d Sunday after Easter. 


5 6 


6 54 


9 40 


8 18 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday. 

At Litchfield, second Tuesday. 







May has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 




First qr. 7d. 3h. 36m m. 


Last qr. 20d. llh. 8m. a. 


Full Moon 13cl.5h.46mA. 


New Moon 29d. 2h. 8m. m. 


w. 


M. 


Calendar, &c. 


©r. 


i(v)s.|F. sea|r.(3g>8. 


r 


2 


^ rises Oh. 29m m. 


5 6 


6 55 


10 30 


9 17 


2 


S 




5 3 


6 57 


11 21 


10 6 


3 


4 


Election at Hartford. 


5 2 


6 58 


aft. 14 


10 55 


4 


5 




5 1 


6 59 


1 8 


11 39 


6 


6 




5 


7 


2 


morn. 


6 


7 




4 49 


7 1 


2 55 


21 


7 


5 


3d Sunday after Easter. 


4 58 


7 2 


3 42 


56 


8 


2 


7*s set 8h. 


4 57 


7 3 


4 36 


1 25 


9 


3 


J rise 9h. 49m. 


4 56 


7 4 


5 23 


1 54 


10 


4 




4 55 


7 5 


6 14 


2 24 


11 


5 


dD Perihelion. 


4 54 


7 6 


7 8 


2 53 


12 


6 




4 53 


7 7 


8 6 


3 30 


13 


7 




4 52 


7 8 


9 6 


rise. 


14 


5* 


4th Sunday after Easter. 


4 51 


7 9 


10 7 


8 30 


15 


2 




4 50 


7 10 


tl 7 


9 27 


16 


3 




4 49 


7 11 


morn. 


10 24 


17 


4 


Daybreak 2h 45m. 


4 48 


7 12 


7 


11 5 


18 


5 




4 47 


7 13 


1 2 


11 47 


19 


6 




4 46 


7 14 


I 52 


morn. 


20 


7 


U6(B' 


4 45 


7 15 


2 38 


14 


21 


^ 


5th Sunday after Easter. 


4 44 


7 I6 


3 51 


44 


22 


2 




4 43 


7 17 


4 3 


1 13 


23 


3 


]) Apogee. 


4 42 


7 18 


4 43 


1 32 


24 


4 


J rise 8h. 42m. 


4 42 


7 18 


5 24 


1 48 


25 


5 


A-sconsion. 


4 41 


7 19 


6 6 


2 25 


26 


6 


? i§) 


4 40 


7 20 


6 49 


3 00 


27 


7 




4 39 


7 21 


7 36 


3 26 


28 


S 


Ist Sunday after Ascen. 


4 39 7 21 


8 25 


3 51 


29 


2 




4 38 7 22 


9 16 


sets. 


30 


3 




4 37 7 23 


10 10 


8 55 


31 


4 


Full tides. 




4 37 


7 231 


11 4 


9 50 



M Courts holden this Month* 



June has 30 days, beginning on Thursday. 



First qua. 5d 9h 47m. m. 
Full Moon I2d2h 24m. m 



Last qr. 19d.3fi.43m. a. 
New Moon,27d.2h.32m .a. 



M.|w.| Calendar, &c. 


|©r. |©s.|F.sea.|r.(is. 


1 


5 


4 36 


7 24 


11 44 


10 20 


2 


6 ? rise 3h. 6m. M. 


4 36 


7 24 


aft.49 


10 50 


3 


7 


4 35 


7 25 


1 40 


11 28 


4 


S Whitsunday. 


4 34 


7 26 


2 29 


11 55 


5 


2 prises 7h.'' 37m. 


4 34 


7 26 


3 28 


morn. 


6 


3 


4 33 


7 27 


4 7 


33 


7 


4 Daybreak 2h. 18m. 


4 33 


7 27 


4 59 


59 


8 


5 ^perigee. 


4 32 


7 28 


5 53 


1 23 


9 


6 


4 32 


7 28 


6 50 


2 5 


10 


7 7*s ri«e 2b. 34m. 


4 32 


7 28 


7 50 


2 45 


11 . 


S Trinity Sunday. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 51 


3 33 


12 . 


2 High tides. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 51 


rises. 


13 


3 


4 31 


7 29 


10 48 


8 57 


14 ^ 


1 ^d > 


4 31 


7 29 


11 41 


9 34 


15 . 


5 1( rise lib. 20m. 


4 31 


7 29 


morn. 


10 12 


16 ( 


3 


4 31 


7 29 


30 


10 40 


17 


7 


4 30 


7 30 


1 15 


11 4 


18 . 


? 1st. Sunday after Trin. 


4 30 


7 30 


1 58 


11 28 


19 5 


2 


4 30 


7 30 


2 38 


11 52 


20 i 


3 ) apogee. 


4 30 


7 30 


3 20 


morn. 


21 ^ 


1 


4 30 


7 30 


4 1 


14 


22 .' 


) Daybreak 6h. 8m. 


4 30 


7 30 


4 44 


44 


23 i 


) T;) rises 9h. 2m, 


4 30 


7 30 


5 29 


1 14 


24 "* 


^ St. John B. 


4 29 


7 31 


6 17 


1 56 


25 ^ 


?2d. after Trin. 


4 29 


7 31 


7 8 


2 30 


26 5 


> 


4 29 


7 31 


8 1 


3 25 


27 2 


@eclipsed. 


4 29 


7 31 


8 56 


sets. 


28 4 


[ 


4 29 


7 31 


9 51 


8 30 


29 5 


? rises 2h. 57m. m. 


4 29 


7 31 


10 44 


9 59 


30 6 


I|:ri3e lOh. 18m. 


4 29 


7 31 


11 36 


9 30 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Danbury [a] 4th do. 

At New Haven, 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. At New Haven, 4th do. 



July has 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 



> 1st qua. 4th. Ih57m. e. 


(i Last q. 19th, 8h 36mm. 


• Full, 11th, llh59mM. 


9 New, 27th, Oh 37m. m. 


M. 


w.| Calendar, &c. |(g)r |(g)s- |F. sea|r.(i.s. 


1 


7 


Earth iarthest from © 


4 3:2 


7 28 


11 37 


9 59 


2 


*S 


3d. after Trinity. 


4 32 


7 28 


aft.l7 


lo 27 


3 


2 




4 32 


7 28 


1 3 


10 56 


4 


3 


Independence declar 


4 33 


7 27 


1 54 


11 26 


5 


4 


(§ perigee. 


4 33 


7 27 


2 48 


11 59 


6 


5 




4 33 


7 27 


3 50 


morn. 


7 


6 




4 34 


7 26 


5 


40 


8 


7 




4 34 


7 26 


6 16 


1 26 


9 


5 


4th after Trinity. 


4 35 


7 25 


7 24 


2 21 


10 


2 




4 36 


7 24 


8 23 


rises. 


11 


3 


6 b (B 


4 36 


7 24 


9 14 


7 32 


12 


4 




4 37 


7 23 


10 1 


8 07 


13 


5 




4 38 


7 22 


10 41 


8 37 


14 


6 


(^ ) I2 French revolu. 


4 38 


7 22 


11 20 


9 03 


15 


7 


[1789. 


4 39 


7 21 


11 55 


9 27 


16 


5" 


5th after Trinity. 


4 40 


7 20 


morn. 


9 51 


17 


2 




4 40 


7 20 


28 


10 15 


18 


3 


dD Apogee. 


4 41 


7 J9 


1 04 


10 40 


19 


4 




4 42 


7 18 


1 42 


11 09 


20 


5 




4 43 


7 17 


2 28 


11 40 


21 


6 




4 43 


7 17 


3 12 


morn. 


22 


7 




4 44 


7 16 


4 22 


19 


23 


5- 


Cth after Trinity 


4 45 


7 V> 


5 33 


1 04 


24 


2 




4 46 


7 14 


6 46 


1 58 


25 


3 


(^ (§ ? dog days begin 


4 47 


7 13 


7 47 


2 58 


26 


4 




4 48 


7 12 


8 35 


sets.^1 


27 


5 




4 49 


7 11 


9 18 


7 29 


28 


6 




4 50 


7 10 


9 59 


8 01 


29 


7 




4 51 


7 9 


10 40 


8 30 


30 


S 


7th after Tri. ) peri. 4 52 


7 8 


U 19 


9 © 


31 2l 


4 53 


7 7 ■ 


11 59 


9 29 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, 

At Hartford, 1st Tuesday. At Middletown, [aj 2d. Tuesday 

At New-London, [a] 3d. ditto. At Brooklyn, 4th ditto. 

At Tolland", Tuesday after the 4th ditto. 

2 



August has 31 day?;, beginning on Tuesday. 



;])lst qua. 2d. 6h 24m a. 


^ Lastq. 18d lh42m M. 


•_ 


Pull 9d nil 47m m. 


5 New, 25th, 9h 28m. M. 


M.JV 


v.\ Calendar, &sc. ©r. j@3.|F.sea.|r.(l)s. 


T~ 


3 4 54 


7 6 


42 


10 2 


2 


4 4 55 


7 5 


1 28 


10 39 


3 


5 i 3 i 


4 56 


7 4 


2 18 


11 21 


4 


6 


4 57 


7 3 


3 20 


norn. 


5 


^ 6 D b 


4 58 


7 2 


4 41 


13 


6 


58th after Trinity. 


4 59 


7 1 


6 7 


1 10 


7 


2 


5 


7 


7 21 


2 11 


8 


3 


5 1 


6 59 


8 17 


fises. 





4 


5 2 


6 58 


9 6 


6 38 


10 


5! c^ (L '4 


5 4 


6 56 


9 47 


7 6 


n 


6| 


5 5 


6 55 


10 21 


7 30 


12 


7! 


5 6l6 54 


10 53 


7 54 


13 


S; 9th after Trinity. 


5 7i6 53 


11 25I 


8 18 


14 


''\ 


5 8 6 52 11 54 


8 41 


15 


3: apogee. 


5 9J6 51 


morn. 


9 8 


16 


4! son 


5 10J6 50 


^6 


9 38 


17 


5: 


5 12 6 48 


59 


10 12 


18 


6 


5 13,6 47 


1 35 


10 41 


19 


71 2; south 11 46. 


5 14 6 46 


2 21 


10 55 


20 


S loth after Trinity. 


5 16'6 44 


3 26 


11 43 


21 


2 


5 17:6 43 


4 49 


morn . 


22 


3 


5 18 6 42 


6 13 


33 


23 


4 


5 19 6 41 


7 29 


1 43 


24 


5 cS D ? 


5 2116 39 


8 13 


2 55 


25 


6 


5 22 6 38 


8 57 


sets. 


2G 


7 7*3 rise 9h 97m. 


5 2316 37 


9 37 


6 30 


27 


S\ nth alter Trinity. d 


5 2i 


3 6 35 


10 17 


7 01 


21: 


2\ [perigee 


.5 2( 


)6 3^ 


10 5(] 


7 31 


2S 


3 


5 5^ 


16 3: 


\ 11 3i 


8 5 


3C 


\ 4! 


5 2^ 


^ 6 3: 


ev. 2C 


8 38 


31 


I5' 


5 30|6 3( 


)l 1 4 


9 22 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At. Litchfield 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4th Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday. 
At Tolland, 4th Tuesday. 



September has 30 days, beginning on Friday. 



First qr. Id. Oh. 34m, m. New moon 


23d. 6h. 5m. A. 


Full moon 8d. 2h. 9m.A. First qr. 30d. 9h. 24ra. m. 


Last 
M.(w. 


qr. 16d.6h.25m.A. | 






1 Calendar, &c. |© r.|2) 


s.jF. 3ea.|r.(|)s. 


1 


6 


P $ D 


5 31 


6 


29 


3 20 11 8 


2 


7 


'Day break 3h. 15m. 


5 32 


6 


28 


4 20 morn. 


3 


.5 


12thart, Trin. Dog d. en. 


5 33 


6 


26 


5 13 9 


4 


2 




5 35 


6 


25 


6 05: 1 U 


5 


3 


7*3. ri. 9h. 


5 36|6 


24 


6 54 2 17 


tj 


4 




5 38 


6 


22 


7 54| 3 22 


7 


5 




5 39 


6 


21 


8 23:rises. 


8 


6 




5 40 


6 


20 


9 05 


5 58 


9 


7 




5 41 


6 


19 


9 46 


6 22 


10 


.S 


13th after Trinity. 


5 42 


6 


18 


10 27 


6 46 


1] 


2 




5 44 


6 


16 


10 10 


7 13 


12 


3 


D ApogeE. 


5 46 


6 


15 


11 54 


7 42 


13 


4 




5 47 


6 


13 


morn. 


8 15 


14 


5 




5 48 


6 


12 


40 


8 53 


15 


6 




5 49 


6 


11 


1 29 


9 38 


16 


7 




5 51 


6 


9 


2 20 


10 31 


17 


S 


14th after Trinity, 


5 52 


6 


8 


3 12 


11 30 


18 


2 




5 54 


6 


6 


4 07 


morn, 


19 


3 




5 55 


6 


5 


5 00 


34 


20 


4 




5 56 


6 


4 


5 47 


1 43 


21 


5 


St. Matthew. 


5 58 


6 


2 


6 42 


2 54 


22 


6 


? sets lOh. 


5 59 


6 


1 


7 34 


4 8 


23 


7 




6 00 


6 





8 16 


5ets. 


24 


6* 


15th after Trinity. 


6 2 


5 


58 


9 20 


6 


25 


2 


1) Perigee' 


6 3 


5 


57 


10 15 


6 36 


26 


3 


Hi oh Tides. 


6 4 


5 


56 


11 13 


7 18 


27; 4 


©Fast clock 9m. 


6 6 


5 


54 


aft. 14 


8 7 


28 5 


7=^8 ris*7h. 44m.. 


6 7 


5 


53 


1 14 


9 2 


29 6, 


St. Michael. 


6 9 


5 


51 


2 14 


10 3 


20 


71 


JdC 


6 10 


5 


50 


3 10 


11 17 



SUPERIOR COURTS, 

At New-London. 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 
At Danbury, 4th do. 







October has 31 days, be^ 


;innin 


gon 


Sunday. 


Full Moon 8d. 6h. m. 


New Moon 23d. 2h. morn. 


Last qr. 16d. 6h. morn. 


First qr. 29d. 9h after. 


w. 


M. 


I Calendar, &c. | 


©-I 


(v) s.|F. sea 


Ir.ds. 


1 


~S 


16th after Trinity. 


6 12 


5 48, 2 49 


morn. 


2 


2 




6 13 


5 47 


4 13 


14 


3 


3 


n6(B 


6 15 


5 45 


5 40 


1 13 


4 


4 




6 16 


5 44 


6 52 


2 5 


5 


5 


$ sets lOh. 20m. 


6 17 


5 43 


7 40 


3 18 


6 


6 




6 19 


5 41 


8 18 


rise. 


7 


7 




6 20 


5 40 8 52 


4 51 


8 


S 


17th after Trinity. 


6 21 


5 39 9 24 


5 14 


9 


2 


Moon apogee. 


6 23 


5 37 9 54 


5 42 


10 


3 


7*s rise 7h. 


6 24 


5 36 10 24 


6 14 


11 


4 


© fast clock 12 m. 


6 26 


5 3410 54 


6 50 


12 


5 




6 27 


5 3311 24 


7 34 


13 


6 


Daybreak 4h. 52m. 


6 28 


5 3211 57 


8 2g 


14 


7 




6 30 


5 SO'morn. 


8 17 


15 


5- 


18th after Trinity. 


6 31 


5 29 37 


10 18 


16 


2 




6 32 


5 28; 1 20 


11 28 


17 


3 




6 33 


5 27 


2 20 


morn. 


18 


4 


St. Luke. 


6 35 


5 25 


3 40 


31 


19 


5 


Tp sets lOh. 32m. 


6 36 


5 24 


5 3 


1 42 


20 


6 




6 38 


5 22 


6 15 


2 56 


21 


7 


$ sets lOh. 10m. 


6 39 


5 21 


7 11 


4 10 


22 


^ 


19th after Trinity. 


. 40 


5 20 


7 57 


sets. 


23 


2 


Moon perigee. 


^ 43 


5 18 


8 41 


5 7 


24 


3 




5 17 


9 27 


5 53 


25 


4 




S 44 


5 16 10 12 


6 45 


26 


5 




S 45 


5 15 10 57 


7 46 


27 


6 


Sun fast clock 16m, 


6 47 


5 1411 43 


8 51 


28 


7 


St. Simon and St. Jude, 


^ 48 


5 13aft.33 


9 58 


29 


5 


20th after Trinity. 


6 49 


5 11 


, 1 24 


11 6 


30 


2 


116(B 


6 51 


5 9 


2 25 


morn 


31 


3 






6 52 


5 8 


3 431 


8 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 2d do. 
At Tolland, Sd do. 
COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. At Middletown, 3d do. 





November has 30 days 


begi 


nning on 


Wednesday. 


Full moon 7d Oli I8in m. 


New Moon 21d Oh 25m a. 


Last qua, 14cl 91i 25 in a. 


First qua. 28d 2h Om a. 


M. 


w 1 Calendar, &c. |Or. |(v)s.|F. sea 


r.Cfs. 


T 


4 


All JSaints. 


6 531 5 7 


5 


1 29 


2 


5 


All Souls. 


6 54 5 6 


6 8 


2 33 


3 


6 


Daybreak 51i 18m. 


6 55 5 5 


7 2 


3 27 


4 


7 




6 57 5 4 


7 45 


4 25 


5 


5f 


21st after Trinity. 


6 58 5 3 


8 23 


rises. 


6 


2 




6 595 2 


8 56 


4 19 


7 


3 


O fast clock 16m. 


7 05 1 


9 29 


4 54 


8 


4 




7 14 


9 1 


5 35 


9 


5 




7 34 59 


10 32 


6 23 


10 


6 




7 4 4 57 


10 6 


7 16 


11 


7 




7 5 4 56 


11 30 


8 15 


12 


5 


22d after Trinity. 


7 6 4 55 


morn. 


9 17 


13 


2 


Daybreak 5h 28m. 


7 7k 54 


19 


10 21 


14 


3 




7 7|4 53 


1 4 


11 28 


15 


4 




7 94 51 


1 58 


morn. 


16 


5 




7 lo!4 50 


3 5 


36 


17 


6 




7 ll!4 49 


4 21 


1 47 


18 


7 


7*s south midnight. 


7 124 48 


5 31 


3 


19 


*S 


23d after 1>inity- 


7 134 47 


6 34 


4' 15 


20 


2 


) perigee. 


7 144 46 


7 29 


sets. 


21 


3 




7 154 45 


8 20 


4 31 


22 


4 




7 I6'4 44 


9 9 


5 29 


23 


5 


St. Clement. 


7. 17,4 43 


9 58 


6 35 


24 


6 




7 18 4 42 


10 44 


7 44 


25 


7 


? set 5h 18m. 


7 194 41 


11 32 


8 52 


26 


^S 


Daybreak 5h 38m. 


7 194 41 


aft. 18 


9 57 


27 


2 




7 20 4 40 


1 7 


11 1 


28 


3 


fast o'clock 12. 


7 214 39 


1 58 


mo^n. 


29 


4 




7 224 38 


2 53 


3 


30 


5 


@ apogee. 




7 234 38 


4 2 


1 2 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Norwich 2d do. 
At New-Havon, 4th do. 





December has 31 days 


, beginning on 


Friday. 


Full moon 6d 7h lOm a- 


New moon2ld Oh 20m m* 


Last quarter 14d 8h 3m m. 


First qu. 2 8d lOh 3 


m. rn* 
|r.t)s. 


^'\ 


w. 
6 


Calendar, &c. 


r.|©s. 


F. sea 


1 


1 


7 23 


4 37 


a5 9 


2 2 


2 


7 


d apogee. 


7 24 


4 36 


6 11 


'3 1 


3 


iS" 


Advent Sunday. 


7 24 


4 36 


7 7 


3 56 


4 


2 




7 25 


4 35 


7 58 


4 55 


5 


3 




7 25 


4 35 


8 20 


rise. 


6 


4 


Moon eclipsed 


7 26 


4 34 


9 08 


4 18 


7 


5 




7 26 


4 34 


9 45 


5 11 


8 


6 




7 27 


4 33 


10 20 


6 8 


9 


7 


h sets 7h 8m, 


7 27 


4 33 


10 54 


7 17 


10 


5 2d in Advent 


7 28 


4 32 


11 31 


8n9 


11 


2 




7 28 


4 32 


morn. 


9 22 


12 


3 




7 29 


4 31 


9 


10 29 


13 


4 




7 29 


4 31 


52 


11.39 


14 


5 


Daybreak, 5h 40m. 


7 29 


4 31 


1 40 


n^orn. 


15 


6 


7* south lOh, 


7 29 


4 31 


2 34 


39 


16 


7 


- 


7 30 


4 30 


3 39 


1 57 


17 


*S 


3d in Advent. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 47 


3 12 


18 


2 


dD perigee. 


7 30 


4 30 


6 02 


4 26 


l9 


3 




7 30 


4 30 


7 6 


5 41 


20 


4 




7 30 


4 30 


8 4 


sets. 


2l 


5 




7 30 


4 30 


9 


i5 x9 


22 


6 


Sun eclipsed. 


7 30 


4 30 


9 51 


6 29 


23 


7 




7 30 


4 30 


10 37 


7 40 


24 


5" 




7 30 


4 30 


U 20 


8 45 


25 


2 


Christmas. 


7 30 


4 30 


af.O 2 


9 48 


26 


3 


St. Ste. 


7 29 


4 31 


45 


10 52 


» 


.4 


fp sets 6h 8m. 


7 29 


4 31 


1 24 


11 53 


5 




7 29 


4 31 


2 9 


morn. 


2a 


16 




7 29 


4 31 


2 53 


53 


30 


7 




7 28 


4 32 


2 52 


1 52 


3t 


S 




1 


7 28 


4 32 


5 02 


2 53 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. At Litchfield, 3d do. 
At Tolland, 4th do. At Fairfield last do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

CHAUNCEY FITCH CLEVELAND, Gcwernon 

Salary $1100. 

WILLIAM S. HOLABIRD, Lieutenant Governor, 

Salary $300. 

JABEZ L. WHITE, Jr. Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

NOAH A. PHELPS, Secretary. 

Salary $84 and Fees of Office. 

GIDEON WELLES, ComjHroUer of Public Accounts. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fu7id, 

Salary $1250. 

JAMES A. HOVEY, Executive Secretary. 

SAMUEL L. PITKIN,) . ,., 
JOB ALL YN, '\ Auditors. 



LEGISLATIVE 


DEPARTMENT. 




SENATORS. 


District No. 1. 


Alfred Smith. 


ifc 


2. 


Odiah L. Sheldon. 


(6 


3. 


Theodore Sill. 


&i 


4. 


Aaron N. Skinner. 


i( 


5. 


Alfred Blackman. 


(( 


6. 


Benajah Ives. 


(6 


7. 


Guy C. Stoddard. 


(b 


8. 


Enoch C. Chapman 


a 


9. 


John Isham. 


a 


10. 


John S. Wilson. ' 


u 


11. 


Silas H. Hickok. 


u 


12. 


Clark Bissell. 



24 



SENATORS 


REPRESENTATIVES. 


District No 


13. 


Mason Cleveland. 


t6 


14. 


Edward Eldredge. 


(C 


15. 


Martin Webster. 


(( 


16. 


Elijah Warner. 


(6 


17. 


William M. Burrall. 


(( 


18. 


Wedworth Wadsworth, Jr. 


(( 


19. 


Samuel Ingham. 


ti 


20. 


Rufus G. Pinney. 




21. 

RFT 


Thaddeus C. Bruce. 



STILLMAN K. WIGHTMAN, Speaker. 

R. S. HiNMAN, 
N. J. WiLCOXSON, 



R. S. H.NMAN, ) ^^^^^^_ 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Thomas C. Perkins, Allen S. Stillman. 

Avon, Darius Sperry. 

Berlin, Marcellus Clark, Edward Wilcox. 

Bristol.* 

Bloomfield. 

Burlington, Bowers French. 

Canton. 

East Hartford, Samuel L. Pitkin, R. D. Hubbard. 

East Windsor, Asahel C. Stiles, Harvey Elmore. 

Enfield, Jonathan Pease, Jabez T. Taylor. 

Farmington, Timothy Cowles, Simeon Hart. 

Glastenbury, Noah Tryon, David Andrews. 

Granby, Lyman Wilcox, Horatio N. Case. 

Hartland, Lester R. Miller, Warren Stebbins. 

Manchester, Loring Carpenter. 

Marlborough, Ezra Hall. 

Simsbury, Dudley Humphreys, Whiting Shepard. 

Southington, Francis W. Wilcox, Jesse Olney. 

Suffield, Roswell Adams, 2d., Calvin Freeman. 

Wethersfield, Alfred Francis, George O. Chambers. 

Windsor, Samuel Mather, Richard Niles. 



* Where Representatives were not chosen, left vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 25 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 



New Haven, Thomas G. Woodward^ Henry Peck. 

Bethany, Abel Prince. 

Branford, Levi Bradley. 

Cheshire, Julius Brooks, Thomas H. Brooks. 

Derby Luther Fowler. 

East Haven, William K. Townsend. 

Guilford. 

Hamden, Allen Dickerman. 

Madison, Nathan W. Hopson. 

Meriden, Ira Couch. 

Middlebury, Leonard Bronson. 

Milford, David L. Baldwin, Isaac Tibbals. 

North Branford. 

North Haven, Obed S. Squires. 

Orange, Nehemiah Kimberly. 

Oxford, Nathan J. Wilcoxson. 

Prospect. 

Southbury, Erastus Pierce. 

Wallingford, George Cooke, Orrin Andrews.' 

Waterbury, Joel Hinman, John Peck. 

Wolcott, Levi Moulthrop. 

Woodbridge, Samuel Peck. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
New London, Noyes Billings, Charles Douglass. 
Norwich. 

Bozrah, David A. Fox. 

Colchester, Samuel A. Peters, David Sperry. 
East Jjyme. 

Franklin, Elihu M. Kingsley. 
Griswold, Archibald Fry. 
Groton, Elihu Spicer, Belton A. Copp, 
Lebanon, John Wattles, Caleb Hayward. 
Ledyard, Daniel Lamb. 
Lisbon, Pearly B. Fuller. 

Lyme, Charles J. M'Curdy, David M. Jewett. 
Montville, Thomas P. Rogers. 
North Stonington, C. G, Sisson, Latham Hull, Jr. 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Preston, Joseph Harvey, Charles Hewitt, Jr. 
Salem, Abel Rathbone. 

Stonington, Henry Harding, Ezra Cheesebrough. 
Waterford, John Caverly. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 
Fairfield, Jonathan Bulkley, Horace Banks. 
Bridgeport, Abijah Hawley. 
Brookfield, Charles Hurd. 
Danbury, William Peck, Nathan Seeley, Jr. 
Darien, Gilbert G. Waterbury. 
Greenwich, Titus Mead, Peter Ferris. 
Huntington, Ebenezer Wakelee. 
Monroe, Samuel C. Beardsley. 
New Canaan. 

New Fairfield, Hanford M. Kellogg. 
Newtown, Henry Nichols, Ezra Morgan. 
Norvv^alk, Henry Selleck, Matthew Wilcox. 
Redding, Hezekiah Davis, John W. Sanford. 
Ridgefield, William Lee, Joseph C. Sears. 
Sherman. 

Stamford, Selleck Scofield, William T. Miner. 
Stratford. 

Trumbull, George Dyer. 
Weston, Sherwood Seeley, Matthew Bulkley. 
Westport, George L. Cable. 
Wilton, 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 
Brooklyn, Joel C. Searles. 
Ashford, J. D. Richmond, Jotham Burnham. 
Canterbury, Joseph Farnham, Abijah Dewing. 
Chaplin. 

Hampton, Asa Kimball. 

Killingly, Joseph Essex, Pardon Tillinghast. 
Plainfield, Daniel Hill, Samuel Crary. 
Pomfret, Pitt Sharp, Charles I. Grosvenor. 
Sterling, Archibald Douglass. 
Thompson, WiUiam Fisher, Edward Lippit. 
Voluntown, Elisha Potter. 
Windham, D. L. Fuller, Zephaniah Young. 
Woodstock. 



REPRESENTATIVES. ST 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Origcn S. Seymour, Enos Stoddard. 

Barkhamsted, Jehicl Case, Ansel Wheeler. 

Bethlem, Abraham Beecher. 

Canaan, Sanford P. Stevens, Jesse Dean. 

Colebrook, William Manchester, Dorrance Barber, 

Cornwall, William llindman, Edwin White. 

Goshen, Miles Hart, Thomas Bartholomew. 

Harwinton, Moses Beech, Asahel N. Barber. 

Kent. 

New Hartford, Riverius Douglass, Freeman Graham. 

New Milford, Orange Warner, Lawrence Taylor. 

Norfolk, Thomas Curtiss, Dudley Norton. 

Plymouth, Jojin S. Warner. 

Roxbury, Chauncey Hodge. 

Salisbury, William H. Walton, William P. Russell. 

Sharon, John Cotton Smith, Jr., Eleazer Jenkins. 

Torrington, Uri Taylor, one vacancy. 

Warren, J^aurin Chapman. 

Washington, Frederick Chittenden, Daniel Frisbie. 

Watertown, 

Winchester. 

Woodbury, Phineas S. Bradley, Lewis B. Candee. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETOWN, S. K. Wightman, Alexander Sage. 

Chatham, Braddock Strong, Elijah Clark. 

Chester, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

Clinton, David Redfield. 

Durham, Zebulon Hale, Alfred Camp. 

East Haddam, John C. Palmer, Nathan Jewitf, Jr. 

Haddam, Samuel Arnold, 2d., Diodate Brainard. 

Killingworth, Nathan Griswold, Wyllys D. Kelsey. 

Portland, Kellogg Strong. 

Saybrook. 

Westbrook. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, William C. Newcomb, Luther C. Anderson. 

Bolton, Asa White. 

Columbia, Benjamin Woodworth. 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Coventry, Willard Hutchinson, one vacancy. 

Ellington, Joel W. Smith. 

Hebron. 

Mansfield, Frederick F. Hanks, Mellen Crane. 

Somers, Elam Chaffee, Marvin Mudge. 

Stafford, Amos Harvey, John W. Fairman. 

Union, Moses C. Sessions, Danford Morse. 

Vernon, Chester White. 

Willington, Asa Taylor, John Turner. 

Charles S. A. Davis and Horatio D. Smith, Messengers. 
James Eaton, Door-keeper. 



Jttdieial and CiTil Bepartmeiit. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, AND SUPREME COURT 
OF ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge, 
Samuel Church, I Henry M. Waite, 

William L. Storrs, | Joel Hinman. 

Thomas Day, Reporter. 



Allotment of the Judges of the Superior Court 
for the year 1842 — 3. 
summer circuit. 
Williams, C. J. Litchfield Si N. Haven County. 
Church, J. New London and Tolland, 

Waite, J. Fairfield. 

Storrs, J. Hartford. 

Hinman, J, Middlesex and Windham. 

winter circuit. 
Wir.LiAMS, C. J. Fairfield. 
Church, J. Hartford and Litchfield. 

Waite, J. New Haven and Tolland. 

Storrs, J. Middlesex and Windham. 

Hinman, J. New London. 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COU RT. 

SAMUEL H. HUNTINGTON, Judge. 
Abner Case, J 

Ozias Roberts, v Commissioners. 
Edward Wilcox, ) 
Thomas H. Seymour, Clerk. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

Hartford.— John M. Niles, William W. Ellsworth, 
Thomas K. Brace, Seth Terry, Thomas Day, Nathan 
Johnson, Cyprian Nichols, Charles Shepard, Isaac 
Toucey, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Albert 
Day, Samuel H. Huntington, Gideon Welles, Benning 
Mann, Royal R. Hinman, Nathaniel Goodwin, Wni. 
R. Cone, Nathan Preston, Thomas H. Seymour, Oli- 
ver E. Williams, Samuel Talcott, Francis Fellowes, 
Jabez W. Giddings, James G. Bolles, R. G. Drake, 
Alexander H. Pomroy, William N. Matson, Amariah 
Brigham, Gurdon Robins, Simeon L. Loomis, Daniel 
W. Clark, Barzillai Hudson, Henry Kilbourn, Henry 
Francis, Jesse Savage, Leonard Kennedy, Jr., Edwin 
Benjamin, Jeremiah Brown, Wiiliam Wadsworth, John 
Russell, Isanc G. Allen, Caleb Pond, Charles H. Nor- 
tham, Samuel H. Parsons, James Dixon, Joseph Pratt, 
William Hayden, Lot Dean, Normand Lyman, Ro- 
manta Seymour, James M. Goodwin, Charles H. Tut- 
hill, Henry Perkins, James H. Holcomb, Elihu Olm- 
sted, George D. Gates, Hezekiah Webster, William 
Conner, Olcott Allen, Moses Smith, J. C. Walkley, 
Walter Mitchell, Charles Chapman, Erastus Smith. 

Avon. — Daniel M. Alfnrd, Emerson A. Phelps, Da- 
rius Sperry, Truman H. Miller, Luther Woodford, 
Correl Higley, Alfred Kellogg, Marcus Day, Joseph 
North. 

Berlin. — Ira E. Smith, Benjamin Wilcox, Samuel 
Hart, 2d., Abijah Flagg, Shubael Rieley, Cyrus Stan- 
ley, Norton Wright Theron Hart, Cyprian Goodrich, 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Milton Andrews, Freedom Hart, Henfy A. Pratti 
Henry North, Allen Judd, Alfred Andrews, Justus 
Bulkley. 

Bloomfield. — David W. Grant, Hiram Roberts, G. 
W. Gorton, Joab H. Hubbard, Ammi R. Palmer, 
Hiram Thrall. 

Bristol. — George Mitchell, Levi Smith, Ezekiel Car- 
rington, Lloyd Atkins, George W. Bartholomew, Tra- 
cy Peck, Charles G. Ives, Bryan E. Hooker, Rensel- 
laer Upson. 

Burlington. — William Marks, Darius F. Butler, Gad 
Frissbie, Elisha Hotchkiss, Billy Gaylord, Truman 
Smitli, Enoch Cornwell, Hiram Webster. 

Canton. — Isaac Mills, Luther H gley, Theodore Pet- 
tibone, Jesse L. Barber, Ephraim Mills, Abial Brown, 
Pomroy Higle}^, D wight Humphrey, N. L. Polk, Rug- 
gles Case, John Case, Austin W. Humphrey, Benjamin 
Win gate. 

East Hartford. — Samuel Brewer, Giles Olmsted, 
Samuel L. Pitkin, Pardon Brownell, Roderick Fowler, 
James Hills, Horace Williams, Eri Risley, Daniel 
Pitkin, Jr., William Rich, Samuel Kennedy, Abner 
Hale. 

East Windsor. — William Barnes, Samuel Pasco, Jr., 
Horace Newbury, Ebenezer Pinney, Horace Grant, 
Frank Grant, Ruel Payne, William H. Thompson, 
.lemmy Bissell, Samuel Mills, Joshua Risley, Wiiiting 
Ptisley, Alexander Welles, Chester Barber, Joseph S. 
Baitlett, James Moore, Josiah Ellsworth, Samuel W. 
Bartlett. 

Enfield. — Jabez Collins, Geer Terry, Nathaniel Pri- 
or, Nathaniel S. Belcher, Geo. C. Owen, Elam Gowdy, 
Osce Phelps, Frederick M. Walker. 

Farmington. — Solomon Whitman, WilUam A. Ives, 
Giles Stillman, Ira H^adsell, Virgil C. Goodwin, Adna 
Whiting, John Hooker, Roderick Stanley, Henry 
Lewis, Cornelius R. Williams, Simeon Hart. 

Glastenbury.— George Merrick, Henry Dayton, 
Thaddeus Welles, Frary Hale, George Covell, Asahel 
Hollister, Oliver Hale, William J. Covell. 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

Graiiby. — Abncr Case, Horace Clark, Samuel Ben- 
jamin, Jr., Charles T. Ilillycr, Samuel Weed, Sereno 
Holcomb, Edmund Thompson, Edward Hayes, Asa 
Higley, Oliver Owen, Ardon B. Holcomb, Oliver Al- 
derman, Truman Allen, Milo M. Owen, Edmund Hol- 
comb, Stephen W. Cornvi^ell, Horace Kendall, Daniel 
Holcomb. 

Hartland. — Wyllys Wright, Henry Robinson, Virgil 
Stobbins, Benjamin Giddings, Austin Ensign, Samuel 
Blakeslee, John Ward, Nathaniel Gaylord, Solomon 
E. Miller, John Gates. 

Marlborough. — Samuel F. Jones, Aaron Phelps, 
Richard D. Gellston, Oliver Northam, Asa Day, Rus- 
sell Bigelow, Ezra Hall. 

Manchester. — John Mather, D. Bemott, Normand 
Buckland, Eleazer W. Hollister, Matthew C. Cadwell, 
Ashbel W. Case, Henry Marble, Samuel C. McKee, 
Arnold Kinney, Ralph R.Phelps. 

Simsbury. — Elisha Phelps, John O. Pettibone, Jef- 
frey O. Phelps, Ambrose Adams, Henr}^ Ely, Moses 
Ensign, Whiting Shepard, Mamra Case, Lewis Dick- 
inson, Hector F. Phelps, Rockwell Hoskins, Eiihu H. 
Case, James W. Adams, Daniel F. Olcott, Justin Brad- 
ley, Avoret Wilcox, Giles Pettibone. 

Southington. — Levi Barnes, Isaac Shepard, Jesse 
Olney, James Tyler, Carlos Curtiss, John M. Hobart, 
Joel Potter, William Porter, Lawrence Thorp, Levi 
B. Frost. 

Suffield. — Daniel W. Norton, Artemas King, Gad 
Sheldon, Anson Birge, Edwin P. Stevens, Odiah L. 
Sheldon, Gamaliel Fuller, Henry Wright, Chandler 
Owen, Horace Fuller, Ehhu S. Taylor, Don Pease, 
David Bemont. 

Wethersfield. — Alfred Francis, Ashbel Robertson, 
Charles Clapp, Welles Adams, Leonard R. Welles, 
Amos Pillsbury, Daniel Ayrault, Elizur Goodrich, 
Harvey Francis, Robert Francis, Jr., Josiah Atwood, 
Allen Stoddard, Martin Brown, Henry Bulkley, Eben- 
ezer Goodale, Nehemiah Stevens, George O. Cham- 
bers, Henry Webb, Melzar Gardner. 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Windsor. — Richard Niles, Giles Ellsworth, Ilenry 
Sill, Sidney Bower, Zophar Case, Henry Halsey 
Walter Thrall, Gamaliel W. Griswold. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Isaac Toucey, State Attorney. 
Hartford. — Nathaniel Terry, Walter Mitchell, Jo- 
seph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. 
Niles, Wm. Hungerford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac 
Toucey, Charles Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. 
Huntington, T. C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Charles 
Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, William 
R. Cone, James II. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, Ben- 
ning Mann, Richard G. Drake, James Dixon, Henry 
Perkins, Francis Fellowes, Wm. N. Matson, Thomas 
H. Seymour, Chauncey Howard, Charles H. Tuthill, 
John W. Sejmour, James C. Walkley, John Corn- 
stock, Seymour N. Case, Richard D. Hubbard. 

Berlin. — Ira E. Smith, Henry Nash, (^New Britain.) 

East Windsor. — William Barnes. 

Enfield. — Aholiab Johnson, Frederick M. Walker. 

Farmington. — John Hooker. 

Glastenbury. — George Merrick. 

Granby. — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester. — Ralph R. Phelps, Geo. W. Griswold. 

Simsbury. — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps, Giles 
Pettibone. 

Southington. — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

SufBeld. — William Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Windsor. — Horace H. Sii). 

Sheriff. — Chester Adams, Hartford. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Hartford, Nathan M. Waterman ; 
Farmington, Henry Cowles ; Windsor, Anson Loomis; 
Suffield, Julius Harmon ; Granby, Eralus Holcomb ; 
East Windsor, Samuel W. Thompson ; Simsbury, 
Chauncey E. Eno ; Bristol, Asa Bartholomew, jr. ; 
Canton, Ezekiel Hosford ; Enfield, Albert Clark ; 
Manchester, Eli Pitkin ; Berlin, James F. Lewis. 
Jailer. — Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford. 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT, 

NOYES DARLING, Judge. 
William [I. Ei;is, ) 
George Landon, \ Commissioners. 
Malachi Cook, ) 

Robert H. Osborn, Clerk. 
Joseph Darling-, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. - 

New Haven. — Joseph N. Clark, Elias Gilbert, Den- 
nis Kimberly, Roger S. Baldwin, Wm. H. Ellis, Wm. 
H. Jones, Henry White, Leaverett Griswold, Isaac H. 
Townsend, Charles A. Ingersoll, Noyes Darling, Ben- 
jamin Beccher, Robinson S. Hinman, Isaac Mix, Philip 
Curliss, Henry C. Flai^g, James Donaghee, Daniel 
Brown, 2d., Legrand Cannon, Andrew L. Kidston, 
Stephen Bishop, Eli Mix, Silas Mix, Samuel Mason, 
Ezekiel Gilbert, Robert H. Osborn, Eieazer K. Foster, 
William B. Bristol, Thomas Barnelt, James Punder- 
ford, William J. Flagg, Asa Buddington, Jonathan 
Stoddard, Charles T. Shelton, Matthias R. Tufts, Sid- 
ney S. Morse, Charles L. English, Edward C. Herrick, 
Joel B. Foote, Stanton Pendleton, Newel Johnson, 
Miliden M. Isbel, Charles K. Brown, Samuel Bishop, 
Ambrose Clark, Gardner Morse, Edwin Shelby, John 
Wheadon, Jam.es G. Hotclikiss, Cbauncey Welles, 
Chester Dickerman, Stephen Bunnell, Nathaniel R. 
Clark. 

Bethany. — Archibald A. Perkins, Hezekiah Thomas, 
A Ivan Sporry, Jason W. Bradley, Joseph N. Stoddard, 
Theophilus Smith. 

Branford. — William Tyler, Chandler Barker, Samuel 
Frisbie, Orrin D. Squires, Calvin Frisbie, Asa Norton, 
Israel Linsley, Abraham Rogers, Jr. 

Cheshire. — Benajah Ives, Edward A. Cornwall, Bur- 
rage Beach, William L. Foote, William Kclsey, Nathan 
Booth, Marshal Beach, John Barnes. 
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34 JUCICIAL AND CIVIL 

Derby. — Alfred Blackman, Samuel Bassett, Ransom 
Tomlinson, Chester Jones, Daniel L. Holbrook, Abijah 
Wallace, Elly Lewis, Sheldon Tucker, Ira L. UfFord, 
Joseph P. Canfield, Augustus Tomlinson, Sheldon 
Bassett, Henry Lum. 

East Haven. — James Williams, Jared Andrews, Les- 
ter Keep, James Wedmore, Nichols Goodale, Lyman 
Miller, Willys Hemingway. 

Guilford. — William Spencer, George Landon, Geo. 
Griswold, George Hart, Samuel C. Spencer, Walter 
Osborn, Alva B. Goldsmith, Elisha Hutchinson, Hor- 
ace Norton, George A. Foole, Henry Elliot, Richard 
Fowler, Victory Fowler, Daniel Chittenden, John 
Burgiss. 

Hamden. — Jared Bassett, Ambrose Tuttle, Elihu 
Dickerman, Loyal F. Todd, Laaverett Hitchcock, 
James M. Ford, Horace Potter, Lewis Eaton, Rufus 
Dorman. 

Madison. — William Blatchley, Frederick W. Scran - 
ton, John B. Wilcox, Martin L. Dovvd, Truman Har- 
rison, Evelyn Scranton, Walter P. Munger, Sherman 
Munger. 

Meriden. — James S. Brooks, Eli C. Birdsie, Noah 
Pomeroy, Levi Yale, Calvin Coe, Moses Baldwin, 
Asahel Curtiss, Asahel Merriam, Lsvi Foster, Nathan 
F. Goodrich, Nathaniel C. Sanford. 

Middlebury. — Nathaniel Richardson, J. D. Wooster, 
William Bronson, Eben'r Smith, Samuel Clark, Leon- 
ard Bronson, Henry S. Wheeler. 

Milford.— William Darand, William H. Fowler, 
William Strong, Curtis Ovialt, Andrew French, De 
Luzerne Hubbell, Samuel Beach, Miles Davidson, 
Alfred Mallett, Barnabas Woodcock. 

North Branford. — Anson Baldwin, Jesse Linsley, 
Benjamin Page, Jr., Alfred Rose, Herman H. Williams, 
Samuel Bartholomew, Ebenezer H. Fowler, William 
Evarts, Rufus Rogers. 

North Haven. — Daniel Pierpont, Jesse Brockett, 
Byard Barnes, Ezra Stiles, Stephen C. Gilbert, Ira 
Doolittle, Miles Bradley. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

Orange. — Anson T. Colt, William A. Bronson, Ne- 
hemiah Kimberly, Nathan Piatt, Charles W. Ailing, 
Dennis B. Slone, Aaron Clark, Jr. 

Oxford. — Samuel Wire, Samuel Meigs, Chauncey F. 
Hatch, John Davis, Jr., Alfred Harger, Sheldon Bristol, 
Nathan J. Wilcoxson, Harvey W. Upson. 

Prospect. — Lauren Preston, Thomas Wilmot, Ben- 
jamin Doolittle, Ransom R. Russell, Andrew Smith. 

Southbury. — William Hinman, Edward Hinman, 
Henry Downs, John Pierce, Erastus Pierce, Elisha 
Wheeler, Charles Hicock, George Smith, Anthony B. 
Burritt. 

Wallingford.-r-John D. Reynolds, Malachi Cook, 
Augustus Hall, 2d., Randall Cook, Street Jones, Sher- 
lock Avery, Elisha M. Pomeroy, Ira Andrews, Lyman 
Hall, 2d., Ira Bartholomew, Samuel C. Ford, Medad 
C. Munson, Hiram Cook, Edgar S. Atwater. 

Waterbury. — Joel Hinman, Timothy Porter, Elijah 
F. Merrill, Norton J. Buel, Timothy Ball, Luther Hall, 
Oliver A. G. Todd, Josiah Culver, Seldon Lewis, Geo, 
L. Smith, Henry Hull, Isaac S. Johnson, Humphrey 
Nichols, Leonard Pritchard, David A. Sprague, Giles 
Hotchkiss. 

Wolcott. — Gates Upson, Willard Plumb, Carolus R, 
Byington, Ezra S. Hough, Elihu Moullhrop, Jr., Tim- 
othy Bradley, Marvin Minor, Mark Tuttle. 

Woodbridge. — J^eaverett Carrington, Thomas San- 
ford, Bevil P. Smith, Daniel C. Auger, Abner S. 

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PRACTISING ATTORSTEYS. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, Slate Attorney. 
New Haven. — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, R. 
S. Baldwin, Simuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, William W. 
Boardman, Isaac H. Townsend, Henry White, Silas 
Mix, William B. Bristol, Robinson S. Hinman, Jona- 
than Stoddard, Charles Robinson, Richard Fitzgerald, 
Robert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennett, Charles T. Shel. 



36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

ton, E. K. Foster, William J. Flagg, John S. Rice, 
J. C. Hollister, L. G. Peck. 

Cheshire. — Burrngje Beach. 

Derby.— Ira L. UfFord. 

Guilford.— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden. — Benajah Andrews. 

Southbury. — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury. — Bennett Bronson, Alfred Blo.ckman, 
N. J. Buell, (Naugatuck.) 

Sheriff. — Norris Wilcox, New Haven. 
Deputy Sheriffs,— Charles S. A. Davis, New Haven; 
Roger Griswold, Guilford ; Silas Y. Ives, Meriden ; 
Nathan Gregory, Cheshire ; George Warner, Water, 
bury ; Thomas S. Shelton, Derby ; Mark Wooster, 
Oxford. 

Jailer. — Charles Ball, New Haven. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

COUNTY CO URT . 

BENJAMIN POMEROY, Judge. 
Albert Latham, ) 
Latham Hull, V Commissioners. 
David A. Fox, ) 

John De Witt, Clerk. 
Joseph Williams, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New London. — Henry Douglass, Thomas Mussey, 
Lewis Allen, Charles Comstock, Nathan Beckwith, 
Jonathan Rogers, Jr.. Daniel B. Hempsted, Sidney 
Miner, Charles Stockman, John Grace, William C. 
Crump, Nathan Belcher, Peler D. Irish, Jirah Isham' 
John P. C. Mather, John Bishop, Natlianiel Salton- 
stall, Daniel Rogers, Jr., Robert R. Waller, John 
Rogers, Rowland Babcock, Joshua Bolles, Benjamin 
Stark, Enoch V. Stoddard, John Clark, William Tate. 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

Norwich. — Joseph Williams, Roswell Morgan, Asa 
Roath, Lewis Hyde, John H. Townsend, John A. 
Rockwell, John Do Wilt, Jesse Fuller, Enoch C. 
Cliapnian, John T. Wait, La Fayette S. Foster, John 
B. Perry, Abiel B. Sherman, William N. Converse, 
Walter Clapp, Martin Kinney, William Cle^g, James 
A. Hovcy, Thomas Robmson, Freeman C. Chapman, 
Theodore F. Alberton, George Raymond, Erastus 
Keigwin, Horatio Wills, John B. Clark, Samuel 
Rogers, Gardner Thurston, William Phillips, Rufus 
L. Fanning, Palmer Newton, Enoch B. Culver, Gil- 
bert B. Prindle, George Hebard, Joseph B. Truman, 
John Perkins, Ebenezor Fuller, Oliver P. Wattles, 
William L. Brewer, Othniel G.iger, Henry Strong, 
Jarcd G. Dennis, Jedediah Spalding, Freeman Lovell, 
Oliver S. Tyler, Rufus W. Matthewson, Sanford Swan, 
Shubael Morgan. 

Bozrah. — David A. Fox, William L. Crocker, John 
W. Haughlon, Roderick Gardner, Joshua Maples, 
Christopher Leffingwoll, Thomas Baldwin, William 
Hough, Patrick H. L. Cheesebrough. 

Colchester. — Avery Morgan, George Way, Fred- 
erick ?»lorgan, Asahel Skinner, Joshua B. Rogers, 
Enoch B. Bulkley, Aaron C. Emmons, Enos West, 
Joseph Staples, Daniel Taylor, Appleton R. Park, 
Russel Wylcs, Elias Harvey, Jr., Denison Smith, 
David Sperry, Talcolt D. Bael, Henry Worthington. 

East Lyme. — John S. Smith, Josiah Manwarring, 
Titus Beckvvith, Daniel Stewart, John Divine, Elisha 
Beckwith, Richard W. Lee, Austin T. Perkins, Jirah 
Kellogg, Jared Tamer, Daniel Watro'is, Edward 
Moore, Rowell Smith. 

Franklin. — Comfort D. Fillmore, Henry Flazen, 
Jason W. Kitigsley, Joshua Tracy, Willard G. Pem- 
ber, Buel Lidd, James IL Hyde, Horatio Tracy, Row- 
land Stanton, Fredus Ladd. 

Groton. — Nathan Daboll, Noyea Barber, Elisha 
Morgan, Benjamin Burrows, Caleb D. M. WilliamSs 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Sandford Stark, N. W. Smith, Nelson Haley, Robert 

A. Avery, Albert Edgecomb, William P. Randall, 
John P. Burrows, James C. Lamb, Henry Haley, 
Orlando Bailey, John S. Burrows. 

Griswold — Welcome A. Browning, Elisha Patridge, 
Nathan Stanton, Archibald Fry, Esquire C. Cook, 
Joseph Wilber, Stephen Burrows, Lucius Tyler, Rob- 
ert Hcrrick, Samuel Button, Arnold Bowen, Hezekiah 
Herrick, Avery Bill, Charles E. Leonard, Smith Bar- 
ber, Hezekiah Morgan. 

Lyme. — Joshua R. Warren, Richard C. Selden, Jr., 
Charles J. M'Curdy, William Marvin, Zebulon Brock- 
way, Lodowick Bill, Stephen J. Lord, David M. 
Jewell, John C. M. Brock way, Reuben Lord, Stephen 
L. Peck, Thomas W. Swan, Oliver I. Lay, Charles L. 
Peck, Samuel T. Beckwith, Erastus Siark, Elijah 
Comstock, Thomas Chadwick, Erastus W. Caulkins, 
Ezra Brockway, Jr. 

Lebanon. — Asahel Dewey, Thomas Babcock, Peleg 
Thomas, Henry H. Abell, Thomas J. Kingsley, Chas. 
E. West, Amos Fowler, Eliphalet Huntington, Eliph- 
alet Abell, George Kingsley. 

Ledyard. — William Williams, Peter A. Gallup, Sea- 
bury Thomas, Charles Newton, Edward Spicer, Pren- 
tice Smith, Luke Gallup, Seth Burrows, Henry W. 
Avery, Elias W. Brown, Henry Hallet, Elisha A. 
Satterlee, Russel Gallup, Sidney Allen, Eben Sloddard. 

Lisbon. — Joseph L. Lyon, Thomas A. Clark, Nathan 
Brewster, Hiram Tarbox, David Bushnell, RoswcU 
Adams, Samuel Peckham, Henry Lathrop, William 
G. Cutler, Charles Perkins, Levi C. Corning, Pearley 

B. Fuller, James Stitson. 

Montville. — Joseph L. Chapman, Joshua E. Wood- 
ward, John J. Fitch, Willard J. Thatcher, Amos 
Etherege, Daniel Darrow, George W. Avery, Anson 
Ames, Alvin J. Smith, Robert Bishop. 

North Stonington. — William Randall, Latham Hull» 
Elias Hewitt, Thomas P. Wattles, Peleg Clark, Oliver 
Hewitt, Ephraim Wheeler, John D. Gallup, Ezra 
Hewitt, Ansel Coats, William T. Browning, Asher 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

Prentice, Enoch B. Pendleton, Nathfinlel M. Crary, 
Russell B. Coats, Henry Crandall, Allen Wheeler, 
Charles fJ. Biibcock, Leland D. Miner, Charles G. 
Hewitt, Andrew Cliaprnan, Latham H. Browning, 
John Sheffield, Charles S. Brown, SamM Merritt, Jr. 

Preston. — Asa A. Gore, Stephen Tyler, William 
Pendleton, Asher P. Brown, Isanc Williams, 2d., 
Charles B. Ayer, Edwin Palmer, William P. Witter, 
Benjamin F. Park, Walter Holden, George A. Sydle. 
man, John P. Gates, tlcnry A. Morgan, Russell Fitch, 
Isaac Roath, Austin Phillips. 

Salem. — John C. Daniels, Mark Dodge, John S. 
Ransom, Matthias W. Baker, James Latnb, C. A. 
Minard, Amos J. Fuller, Richard Tiffany, Levi H* 
Goddard, Seth E. Lathrop, Japhet Chapel, David S. 
Patten, John Lyons, Joseph Milliard, Nicholas Wor- 
Ihington, Laban Randall, David Otis. 

Slonington. — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Ben- 
jamin Pomeroy, Gurdon Trumbull, Elisha Faxon, Jr., 
John Davis, George Sheffield, Abel Hinkley, Charles 
Bennet, Pitt D. Frink, Benjamin F, Palmer, Charles 
Mallory, Oliver Burdick, Samuel Wheeler, Peleg Den. 
ison, Eleazer Williams, William W. Rodman, Henry 
D. Langworthy, Edmund D. Cheesebrough, Isaac W. 
Miner, Charles Davis, Charles Babcock, Nathan S. 
Noyes, Alden Palmer. 

Waterford. — Philip Morgan, Thomas Manwarring 
Joseph Avery, Wm. Gorton, Wm. Champion, Henry 
Gardner, Samuel Fox, Jr., Enoch D. Ames, Reuben 
P. Smith, James Beckwith, Giles P. Chapman, Isaac 
Watrous, Thomas Chester, David Rogers, Isaac M. 
Dorr, John E. Burch, Gurdon T. Chappell, Cortland 
Mosier, William Brownings Nathaniel Chapman. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

John T. Wait, State Attorney. 
New London. — William P. Cleaveland, Coddington 
Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, William F. Brainard, Eben- 
ezer Learned, Thomas S. Perkins, Nathan Belcher, 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

T. H. Lanman, William C. Crump, And. C. Lippitf, 
John P. C. Mather. 

Norwich. — John Hyde, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, Geo. Hill, Roswell Morjran, Henry Strong, 
William H. Law, La Fayette S. Foster, George Per- 
kins, John T. Wait, Ebenezer Learned, Jr., James A. 
Hovey, David Young, Edward R. May. 

Colchester. — S-imuel A. Peters, Benjamin Trum- 
bull, A. R. Park, Hiram Wiiley. 

Griswold. — Samuel C. Morfran. 

Lyme.— Ciiarles J. McCardy. 

Salem. — Levi H. Goddard. 

Sionington. — George Hubbard, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
(Head of Mystic,) Eiias Brown, Charles Sabin. 

Sheriff. — Alexander Stewart. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Robert Fellows, New London » 
George Bliss, Stephen Tracy, Norwich ; Roger Bailey, 
Lebanon ; Roswell Allyn, Ledyard ; David Bulkley, 
Colchester ; Perkins Ely, Lyme ; Alfred Loomis, 
Salem. 

Jailers. — Calvin Lester, New London ; Francis B. 
Lee, Norwich. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT, 

THOMAS T. WHITTLESEY, Judge. 

Samuel Beardsley, ^ 

Ezra Morgan, > Commissioners. 

Alexander N. Holly, ) 

Thomas Robinson, Clerk. 
Jeremiah Sturges, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield. — Jeremiah Sturges, John S. Wilson, S. 
A. Nichols, Thomas Robinson, Joseph Bartram, Dan- 
iel Wilson, William S. Smith, S. P. N. R. Tenbrock, 



DEPARTMENTS 41 

Augustus Jennings, Josup Banks, Jos. M. Morehouse, 
Lyman Banks, Jr., David Colny, Jesuj) Alvord, Rufus 
Blackrnan, Timothy Burr, (^harles JNichols, Morris 
Wilson, William Nichols, N. H. Holdridge, Henry 
Sturges. 

Danbury. — Thomas T. Whittlesey, Oliver Shepard, 
Reuben Booth, Nelson L. White, Silas B. Ilicock, T. 
B. Hicock, Frederick Secley, Edward Taylor, James 
Beebe, Ezra Mallory, Sturges Seleck, James Stephens, 
Abrani Stow, David B. Stephens, John Rider, Fair- 
child Ambler, James W. Nichols, Ira Lindsley, Tim- 
othy Hollister, Ira R. VVildman, Thomas P. White, 
John L. Black man. 

Bridgeport. — Josiah Habbell, Joseph Seeley, W. B. 
Dyer, Mark Moore, Willys Stillman, W. H. Noble, 
Abijah Havvley, David Perry, Philip A. Cannon, Ira 
Shertnan, Matthew Curtiss, Henry Olmsted, W. S. 
Fomcroy, J. C. Loomis, Benjamin Stillman, Dwight 
Morris, Henry Dutton. 

Brookfield. — Bryant Smith, Hubbell Wildman, Zil- 
mon Goodsell, Henry Burvvell, Ebenezer Blackman, 
John Havvley, Zar Starr, Jr., David Burr, Hiram 
Fairchild. 

Darien.-— Abram Clock, Holly Bell, James H. Gor- 
ham, George Richards, Edward Scotield, Charles H. 
Waterbury, Gilbert G. Waterbury, George Mather. 

Greenwich. — Samuel Close, Conklin Hustead, B* 
F. White, Ephraim Golden, Zalmon Miner, George 
J. Smith, Samuel G. Cornwell, Gideon Close, Thomas 
A. Mead. 

Huntington. — Lemuel Beardsley, H. S. Edwards, 
Truman Blackman, Lewis Downes, Thaddeus Beards- 
ley, Lucius Gilbert, W. M. Hubbell, C. N. Shelton, 
William L. Bennet. 

Monroe.- — Cyrus H. Beardsley, Agur Lewis, Charles 
Curtiss, G. P. Curtiss, Levi Edwards, J. W. Havvley, 
Mark Leavenworth. 

New Canaan. — Hanford Carter, Charles Raymond, 
Peter Smith, John Raymond, John Lambert, J. H. 
Johnson, C. S. Benedict,. D. W. Benton. 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

New Fairfield. — Jesse Scudder, Dan Ball, Reuben 
Hodge, David Barnum, Jabez Treadwell, Jr., Amzi 
Rogers, Mar. Treadwell. 

Newtown. — Jacob Beers, Thomas Blackman, David 
H. Belden, Isaac M. Sturges, Ezra Morgan, C. C. 
Warner, George Bradley, L. N. Beers, John Dick, 
Isaac Blackman, Charles Peck, H. B. Fairchild, J. N. 
Beardslcy, Glover Hawley, Isaac Beers. 

Norwalk.— Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, L. 
Raymond, 2d., James Stevens, W. S. Street, Joseph 
P. llanford, Samuel Pennoyer, Asa E. Smith, Charles 
Thomas, Matthew Wilcox, C. A. Mead, James Wise- 
man, Stephen Smith, Ebenezer Smith, Henry Selleck, 
T. T. Merwin, Benjamin Isaacs, John A. Weed. 

Redding. — Jonathan R. Sanford, Tho's B. Fanton, 
Aaron Sanford, Jr., Jared Olmstead, Cortes Merchant, 
Jeremiah Banks, John W. Sanford, James Sanford, 
Walker Bates. 

Ridgefield— G. N. Benedict, T. St. John, J. T. Hav- 
iland, Stephen Olmstead, William Sherwood, Charles 
Nash, H. O. Nash, Nathan Smith, Joseph C. Sears, 
Pierre Sutton, Henry Smith, William Lee. 

Stamford. — Charles Hawley, Smith R. Sibley, J. B. 
Ferris, Sands Adams, Wm. W. Holly, N. D. ilaight, 
Henry A. Mitchell, A. N. Holly, Aaron Dean, J. H. 
Hoyt, J. H. Miner, B. M. Weed, F. A. Smith, Josiah 
Smith, A. S. Ingersoll. 

Stratford. — Elijah Booth, Josiah Gorham, Stephen 
Booth, David P. Judson, Freeman Curtis, Isaac J. 
Booth, John Goulding, David Brooks, Jr., Edward 
Johnson, David Beardsley, Hamilton Benton, Treat 
Blackman. 

Sherman.— Edward Briggs, P. S. Woodin, David 
Northrop, Levi Leach, Frederick Edwards, Samuel 
Giddings, W. B. Ferris, Eli Beardsley, David Graves. 

Trumbull. — Elihu Beach, Samuel Beardsley, David 
Beach, David Hawley, Francis Beach, Alii Brinsmade, 
Samuel Mallett, H. S. Nichols, Lucius B. Burroughs, 
P. A. Fairchild, John C. Mallett, William Squires, 
Alonzo Sherman, B. B. Plumb, Elijah Middlebrooks. 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

Wcslon.— Oliver C. Sanford, Walker Sherwood, Eli 
Adams, Zones Johnpon, John Kdwnrds, D. B. Fair- 
wenther, Edward Hill, Walker Lyon, Orando Perry, 
Hant'ord Nichols, Lh.yd Seeley, David Palchen, Mat- 
thew Bulkley, Charles Wheeler. 

Wilton. — Isanc M, Sturges, Johiel Grummon, Eras' 
Ins Starves', J. S. Olrnstoad, Eirbert Smith, Charles 
Marvin, Mnlibic Jelliff, James F. Chapman, George 
A. Davenport, Sumuel Scott. 

Weslport. — John Grny, 2d , Alford Taylor, Bur^ 
Meeker, Alva Gray, Isaac Bonnet, E. B. Sherwood 
Eliphalet Swift, Edwin Wheeler, S. H. Keeler, ZaU 
mon Sanford. 

PnACTISING attohnets. 

George A. Davenport, State Attorney, (Wilton.) 

Fairfield.— Roger M. Sherman, Thomas B. Osborn, 
Daniel Wakeman, Thomas Robinson, (Soulhport.) 

Danburv.— Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Tho. T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hickok. 
Nelson WJiite. 

Bridgeport. ...Mark Moore, Henry Dutton, William 
H. Noble, James C. Loomis, T. Dwight Morris. 

Brookfield.— Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackman. 

Monroe. — Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

Newtown. — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden, 
Isaac M. Slurges. 

Norwalk.— Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, Tim. 
othy T. Merwin. 

Stamford.— Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Hen- 
ry A. Mitchell. 

Westport.— Eliphalet Swift. 
Wilton.— George A. Davenport. 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

JARED D. RICHMOND, Judge. 
Erastus Lester, ) 

Stowell Lincoln, v Commissioners. 
William C. Stanton, ) 

Uriel Fuller, Clerk. 
Samuel Webb, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF TKE PEACE. 

Brooklyn. — Adams White, Jona. A Welch, Daniel 
P. Tyler, Uriel Fuller, Bela P. Spalding, Joseph Tyler, 
Edward Spalding, Samuel Cidy, Humphrey Almy, 
Samuel Webb, Josepli Searls, Joseph K. Green, Byron 
Wheaton, Armin Bolles. 

Ashford. — Levi Work, Michael Richmond, Daniel 
Knowlton, Calvin Whitney, EJward S. Koyes, Eben- 
ezor Chaffee, Benjamin C. Simmons, Isaac Kendall, 
John B. Adams, Henry Work, Reuben IMarcy, Thos. 
Warren, Fielder Watkins, Joseph F. Keyes, John W. 
Sharpe, Benjamin Wanen. 

Canterbury. — Chester Lyon, Walter Williams, S. 
L. Hough, John Francis, Charles Adams, John Ken- 
dall, Ebenezer Sanger, Joseph Farnham, Abijah Dew- 
ing, Harvey R. Dyer, Ralph W. Robinson, Ephraim 
Browning, Peter Spicer, Nathan Allen, Hubbard 
Adams. 

Chaplin. — Origen Bennett, Luther Ripley, William 
Martin, Thomas Martin, James Utley, Erastus Can- 
ada, Darius Knight, Abel Ross, Frederick Storrs, 
Porter B. Peck. 

Hampton. — Ebenezer Griffin, Philip Pearl, Daniel 
Fox, Jesse Burnham, Josiah G. Jackson, Asa Burn- 
ham, Festus Burnham, Dyer Hughes, Frederick A. 
Avery, William Brown, Andrew M. Litchfield. 

Killingly. — Arba Covel, Thomas Rackus, William 
Alexander, David Chase, Jeretniah Law, George Pray, 
Isaac T. Hutchins, George Warren, Joseph Adams, 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 

Harris Arnold, .loseph W. Torrey, Lowell Graves, 
Abial Convers, Win. R. Durl'ee, Epliraim Bacon. 

Plainfield. — John Diinlap, Ernstus Lester, Jonathan 
GofF, Amos Wiiter, Bonjamin Bacon, Henry Angell, 
Lemuel Woodward, Joseph Hutchins, Mory Burgess, 
Elkanah C. Eaton, John Thnrston, Ephm. Medbury, 
Saxton Frink, Alexander Wood, Gurdon P. Brown, 
Wm. Kennyon, Rufas W. Kennedy, John Gardner. 

Pomfret, — George Sharp, Orrin Sumner, John Wil. 
Hams, Robert D. Sharp, George H. Perrni, Edward 
Eldridge, George B. Mathewson, Charles Chandler, 
Horace Sabin, Eliakim W. Sessions, George Randall, 
Ilhamer May, George Cady, Jerome Pike, Calvin Day, 
Charles Collar, John S. Ayer. 

Thompson. — George Lamed, Simon Davie, Jona- 
than Nichols, Talcott Crosby, Jesse Ormsbee, James 
Johnson, Nelson S. Eddy, Vernon Stiles, Stephen 
Shumway, Hezehiah Olney, Charles C. Wood, Joseph 
J. Green, Abner Davis. 

Sterling. — John Gallup, Nathaniel Gallup, Archi. 
bald Douglass, George Tillingljast, Silas Mathewson, 
Bonj. Dow, Obed Perkins, Daniel Ladd, John Dixon. 
Voluntown. — Dan'l Krgwin, Gershom Palmer, Har- 
vey Campbell, William C. Stanton, John E. Lindiey, 
Benj. Gallup, 2d., L-a K. Crandail, Benj. Gallup, Jr. 

Windham. — Calvin Hcbard, Thomas Gray, Slowell 
Lincoln, David L. Fuller, John Palmer, Rosv/ell 
Moulton, Daniel Tracy, Elisha Williams, Royal Jen- 
nings, Lloyd E. Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Jairus 
Littlefield, Benjamin Perry, James D. Hosmer, Alfred 
Kinney, Charles Filch, Alfred A. Burnham, Zepha- 
niah Palmer. 

Woodstock. — Ebenezer Stoddard, John F.Williams, 
Wheeler Phillips, James Lamson, Ezra Child, George 
Bower, Luther Rawaon, Oliver Sanders, P. C. Child, 
Rhodes Arnold, Elias M. Skinner, Elcazer Corbin, 
Parley Fox, Georgo Johnson, Johnson Sweet, Abel 
Child. 



46- JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

PRACTISING ATTOIINEYS. 

George S. Catlin, State Attorney. 

Brooklyn.-.Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford.— Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury. —E. J. Sylvester. 

Killingly. — Thomas Bickus, Abial Converse. 

Plainfield....J. V. Pettis. 

Pomfret.— John Holbrook. 

Thompson.- -George Larned, Simon Davis, William 
S. Scarborough, Tliomas E. Graves. 

Windham. —Jolin B ildwin, Thomas Gray, Calvin 
Hebard, George S. Catlin, John Baldwin, Jr. 

Woodstock.-.John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Sheriff. — John Gallup, 3d., Brooklyn. 
Deputy Sheriffs.-.Chester Hunt, Windham ; Para. 
dote Skinner, Woodstock; Edwin May, Thompson ; 
John R. Tweedy, Hampton ; Edwin Ames, Piainficld ; 
James H. Work, Ashford. 

Jailer,— Clark Hill, Brooklyn. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTYCOURT. 

WILLIAM M. BURRALL, Judge. 
Riissel C Abernethy, j 
Oliver W. Pickett, > Commissioners. 
Frederick Kellogg, 3 

Origen S. Seymour, Clerk. 
Abel Catlin, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield— Seth P. Beers, Enos Stoddard, Hugh 
P. Welch, Truman Smith, Origen S, Seymour, George 
C. Woodruff, Elisha S. Abernethy, Samuel P. Bolles, 
Joseph Birge, Jr., Dan Catlin, Alanson J. Pickett, 



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DEPARTMEISTS. 47 

Abner Landon, Edward Pierpont, Ralph G. Camp, 
Charles L. Webb, Chester C. Goslee, Julius Griswold, 
Francis Bacon, Stephen Deming. 

Barkhamsted. — Lester Loomis, George Merrill, 
Hira Case, Hiram Goodwin, Edward Camp, Josiah II. 
Sage, Daniel Young, Flavel B. Graham. 

Bethlem. — Minot Smith, Joseph H. Bellamy, David 
Bird, Norman Lake, Abraham Beecher. 

Canaan. — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, 
John Elmore, Jr., Charles Holabird, Horace Hunting, 
ton, William S. Marsh, Fitch Ferris, Chauncey Hos. 
ford, Sanford F. Stevens, George ilurris, John Isham, 

Colebrook.— Samuel Whilford, Arlliur Howell, Abi- 
ram Chamberlain, Theron Rockwell, Harvey Whiting, 
Samuel Simmons, Jr., Lorain Percival. 

Cornwall. — George Wheaton, Peter Bicrco, Benja- 
min Sedgwick, Piiilo Kellogg, James Wadsworth, An- 
son Rogers, Frederick Kellogg, Chalker Pratt, Jason 
Birdsley, Miron Harrison. 

Goshen. — Truman Starr, Birdseye Baldwin, Eber 
Bailey, Mineas Ives, Cyprian C. Norton, Alexander 
Norton, Jr., Francis A. Beach, Myron Norton, La- 
mont Street. 

Harwinton. — Benajah Haydon, Abijah Catlin, Mar. 
tin Cook, Henry Holt, Lewis Smiih, Jacob O. Catlin, 
Joseph Fcnn, Sheldon Osborne, Augustus S. Johnson, 
Andrew Abernetliy. 

Kent.— Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr., Hub- 
bell Miller, Samuel H. Chamb- riain, John Wilson, 
Benjamin Tompkins, John L. Stewart, William Ben. 
edict, fiUliier Skiff, Jeremiah Fry. 

New Hartford. — Herman Chapin, Rosier H. Mills, 
Thomas Watson, Jr., Isaac Kellogg, Samuel Merrill, 
John Schemerhorn, Wait Garrett, Royal D. Watson, 
Zechariah Spencer, Daniel Lyman, Anthony Baker, 
Freeman Graham. 

New Milford.— Perry Smith, David C. Sanford, S. 
D. Orton, Nathaniel Perry, Daniel B. Wilson, Lyman 
Hine, Sherman Peck, Glover Sanfbrd, Dunning Bab- 
bitt, Philip Welles, Anson Squires, Henry Merrow, 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Solomon E. Bostwick, Isaac Nortlirop, Homer Waller, 
Sheldon Buckingham, Alhert N. Baldwin, 

Norfolk. — Joseph Riggs, Anson Norton, Daniel 
Hotchkiss, Erastus Smith, John Dewell, John Ryan, 
Orrin Tibballs, Michael F. Mills, E. Grove Lawrence. 

Plymouth.— Calvin Butler, Eli Potter, John C. 
Lewis, Hiram Pierce, Eiisha Johnson, Wyllis At- 
water, Edwin Talmage, Miles Morse, Jr. 

Roxbury. — Judson Hurd, Harmon B. Eastman, H. 
L. Randall, Ira Booth, Charles Beardslee, David 
Pierce, Almon Sperry, Curtiss Blakesley, Nathan 
Beardsley. 

Salisbury.— Samuel Church, John G. Milchell, PhU 
lander Wheeler, William C. Slerlingj Nathaniel Ben- 
edict,, Thomas Stiles, Wm. P. Russell, Albert Moore, 
John H. Mubbard, Rog^r Averill, Samuel C. Scovill, 
Horace Landon, Horace Hollister, Henry Belcher, 
Milo Barnum, H. G. Vandeuscn, Luther Ticknor. 

Sharon-— Zaccheus W. Bissell, Ransom Smith, Ben- 
jamin Hol'sister, Ormon Hsath, James Moody, Zalmon 
Hunt, Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Samuel 
E. Everitt, Richard Smith, Seth B. St. John. 

Torringlon. — Erastus Hodges, R. G. Abernethy, 
George P. Wadhams, Demas Coo, Horace Gillett, 
Roderick Bissell, Anson Colt, Jr., Harlow Tyler, Ho. 
mer F. Thrall, Phineas North, Erastus Bancroft, Jas. 
Green, James H. Seymour. 

Warren. — George Starr, Elijah Hayes, Dan Carter, 
Benajah Mallory, J. C. [loward, Julius W. Benient. 

Washington. — Daniel B. Brlnsmade, William Moo- 
dy, Frederick Chittenden, Matthew Logan, Harmon 
Baldwin, Joel Morehouse, Siiles Titus, Truman Bald- 
win, Daniel Tomlinson, J. B. Newton, Alvin Brown, 
David C. Whittlesey, Frederick Beardsley. 

Watertown. — Holbrook Curliss, Cyrus B. Manville, 
Merritt Hemingway, I^enjamin M. Peck, Leman W. 
Culler, Charles S. Woodward, Henry E. Dagley, 
Chauncey Dayton. 

Winchester. — Luman Wakefield, William S. Hola- 
bird, Samuel W. Coe, John Boyd, Gideon Hall, Jr., 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

Alvah Nasli, Thcron Bronson, John D. Howe, Anson 
Fosket, Harvey Ford, Nnlhaniel B. Gaylord. 

Woodbury. — Charles B. Phelps, Elijah Sherman, Jr. 
Thomas Bull, Edson Camp, George Peck, Loren 
Forbes, Harmon Judson, Lewis Judd, Horace S. At- 
wood, Norman Parker, 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

David C. Sanford, State Attorney. 

Litchfield.— Selh P. Beers, Truman Smith, George 
C. WoodrulF, Origen S. Soymour, Elisha S. Abernethy, 
Francis Bacon, L. B. Sprague. 

Barkhamsted.— Hiram Goodwin, (Hitchcockville.) 

Bethlcin. Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan. — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, Jr. 

Cornwall. — George Wheaton, S, W. Judson. 

Goshen.— Birdsey Baldwin, ISelson Brewster. 

Harwinton. — Ahijah Catlin. 

Kent.— Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr. 

New Hartford.— Roger H. MiNs. 

New MiUbrd.— David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
Nathaniel Perry, Daniel B. Wilson. 

Norfolk.— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth.— Calvin Butler, Elisha Johnson, Jr., Cal- 
vin R. Butler. 

Salisburv. —Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, 
John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, William Baldwin. 

Sharon. — Ansel Sterling, Chas. F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith. 

Washington.— Frederick Chittenden. 

Water town. --Hoi brook Curtiss. 

Winchester.— William S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, Jr. 

Woodbury.— Charles B. Phelps, G. H. Hollister. 

Sheriff.— Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs.— Oliver S. Weller, Litchfield; John 
E. Sedgwick, Cornwall Hollow ; Henry S. Norton-, 
Salisbury ; Harry Lockwood, Sharon ; P. W. Mille, 
4 



50 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Kent ; Levi S. Knapp, New Mil ford ; Marcus De For- 
est, Woodbury ; James H. Mills, New Hartford ; 
John D. Howe, Winchester. 

Jailer.— William N. Buel. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT, 

JOHN STEWART, Judge. 
Joshua L'Hommedieu, ^ 
William J. French, > Commissioners. 

William Marsh, ) 

John Fisk, Clerk. 
John Fisk, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown. — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, S. 
D. Hubbard, Stillman K. Wightman, Charles Wood, 
ward, John L. Saiith, Henry D. Smith, Ezra L. 11. 
Chamberlain, Cliarle^ C- Tyler, Linus Coe, Samuel 
W. Griswold, William J. Frencii, John Y/yse, Allen 
May, Elihu Spencer, Elisha Treat, Samuel Miner, 
David Edwards, Edward Savage, William Plnmb, 2d., 
Daniel J, Griswold, Timothy Gilbert, Eli Wilcox, 
Benjamin Miller, Thos. Alkins, Samuel Crowell, Jr., 
Enoch Tl*yon, Thomas G. Mather, Edwin Scovel. 

Chatham. — Elijah Clark, Nathaniel C. Smith, John 
Markham, Jr., Ezra Foote, Huntington Solden, Alvan 
C. Carrier, Francis G. Edgerton, Hiram Burton, Dio- 
date J. Usher, Alfred Brooks. 

Chester. — Ely Warner, Samuel Colt, Socrates Deni- 
sion, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Gideon Parker, Samue4 
P. Ptussell, Joseph C. Farg^o. 

Clinton.— Ely A. Eir:ott,"David Wright, George Car- 
ter, John D. Lefiingwell, Henry A. Wright, Anson G. 
Uurd. 

Durham. — John White, Ashcr Robinson, Wedworth 
Wadsworth, Timothy Coe, Charles Hickcox, Miles 
Merwin, Jr., Alfred Camp, Benjamin Chalker, Lucius 
Foot. 



DEPARTMENTS. 51 

EastHaddam. — Oliver Green, Stephen Cone, Eliph- 
alet A. Balkeley, John C. Pahner, William Marshi 
Datus Williams, Calvin C. Mark, Nathan Jewett, Jr.» 
Abraham W. Willey. 

Haddam. — Samuel Arnold, Warren *Tyler, Smith 
Clark, Elias Selden, Ezckiel S. Clark, Jonathan Arnold, 
Dudley Clark, Ansel Spencer, WjUiurn Cook, Joseph 
R. Shailer, Oliver P. Smith, Benajah M. Clark, John 
H. Burr, Aaron Brainard, Asa Burr, William Bull, 
Richard P. Williams, Obadiah Spencer, Ezra S. Math, 
er, Stephen W. Starkey, Ezra S. Williams, Giles O. 
Clark, Sidney Bashnell, Selden M. Pratt, Lester E. 
Denison, Josiali Jones, Coleman Clark. 

Killingworth. — David P. Kelsey, Luther "Hull, Rufus 
Turner, Alanson Pratt, Wm. Plall, Philander Stevens, 
Watson Davis. 

Portland. — Guy Cooper, Selden Cook, David Corn- 
virall, Edward A. Penfield, Alfred Hall, John R. Ames, 
Ralph Goodrich, Arch. Kinney, Wm. W. Campbell. 

Saybrook.— John Bashnell,' William R. Clark, Ed- 
ward Sandford, Asa H. King, Stephen Chalker, John 
L. Whittlesey, Samuel Ingham, George Read, RosweU 
Davison, Helon Cone, Stanton S. Card, Saml. Holmes, 
Lemuel Dickinson, Augustus P. Jones, Nathaniel F. 
HolT<es, John G. Griffin, James E. Swan, Ansel Hun~ 
g&rford. 

Westbrook. — Oramel B. Wrisrht, Martin Wright, 
Oliv r Norris, Clossan CI irk, William H. Lay, Alfred 
Chittenden, Linus E. Chapman. 

PIIACTISIXG ATTORNEYS. 

Eliphalet A. BuLKELEY, Slate Attorney. 
Middletovvn. — Jonathcin Birnes, Siillman K.Wight, 
man, C. C. Tyler, Siml. W. Grisvvold, Elihu Sponcer- 
EsstHiddam. — FClinhalet A. Bulkeloy, J. C. Palmer. 
Hiddam. — Linus Parmelec, Snith Clark. 
Siy brook. — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Sheriff.— Chnrles Arnold, Hiddam. 
Deputy Sheriffs.— Curtis Bacon, Middletown ; Eb- 
enezor Smith, Chatham ; Charles Stephens, Clinton ; 



52 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Samuel Holmes, East Hatldam ; Charles W. Snow, 
Saybrook ; John Wilcox, Killingworth ; John S. 
Camp, Durham. 

Jailers.— William M. Ward, Middlctown ; Ezekiel 
S. Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

CO UNTY COURT. 

BENJAMIN PINNEY, Judge. 
Ralph Gilbert, ^ 

Seth Dunham, ^Commissioners. 

Ephraim H. Hyde, 2d. ) 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland. — Loren P. Waldo, Talmon Cross, Oliver 
Lord, Eiisha Stearns, Calvin Willey, Jeremiah Parish, 
Ebenczer West, Zalmon A. Storrs, John Warren, 
Ashbol Chapman, Sherman Chapman, Odiah P. Wal- 
do, Warren Fitcli. 

Bolton. — Jabez L. White, Jr., Ahab Smith, Eben- 
ezer Strong, Chester Daggett, Royal S. White, Sam- 
uel Ruggles, Sessions Lavvson, William M. Roberts, 
Luther Talcott, Alvin Bishop, Saul Alvord, Sanford 
Steele, Asa While. 

Columbia. — Samuel LiUle, Asahel Clark, Daniel 
Holbrook, Aipheus Kingsley, Jr., Samuel West, San- 
ford Yeomans, Amherst Scovel, Norman Little, Bar- 
ker W. Brown, William Osborne, John S. Yeomans. 

Coventry. — Zcloles Long, Calvin Manning, Alonzo 
W. Birge, Dan F. Brigham, Royal Manning, Ralph 
Carpenter, Uri Brigliam, William Porter, Timothy 
Dimock, Marvin Curtis, Stanley White, Eleazer Hunt, 
Ilarvey Wright. 

Ellington. — Asa Willey Benjamin Pinney, Oliver 
W. Steele, John H. Brockw^ay, Ariel Slafter, Francis 
Keeney, Edwin Olmsted, Joel W. Smith, Benj.Isham. 

Hebron. — Ralph Gilbert, John Graves, Wm. Brown, 
George Strong, Ransford Button, Cyrus Mann, Orrin 



DKPARTMENTS. 53 

C. White, Jacob O. Loomis, Gurley Phelps, Anson 
Chappoll, Cyrus Binj^ham, David Cliapinan. 

Mansfield. — Seth Dunham, Zdlmon Storrs, John 
Martin, Necdham Slate, Nathan Preston, Frederick 
F. Hanks, Edmund Freeman, John Fitch, James 
Huntington, Anson Turner. 

Stafford. — Rodolphus VVoodworth, William Field, 
Salva Converse, Loren Dimock, Anson Spelman, D. 
P. Lull, Benjamin Latiirop, Pliilip Orcutt, Henry C. 
Baker, Abijah Blodgctt, Lemuel Ingalls. 

Somcrs. — Amariah Kibbe, Orson Wood, Erasmus 
E. Hamilton, Oliver Chapin, Jonathan Clark, Henry 
Hollister, William Wood, Walter R. Kibbo. 

Union. — Moses C. Sessions, Trenck Crawford, Har- 
vey Walker, Nathan Morse. 

Vernon.— Oliver H. King, Sam'l S. Talcott, Thad- 
dcus C. Bruce, Warren Smith, Phineas Talcott, Ed- 
win G. Brigham, Horace Taylor, Wm. T. Cogswell, 
John Fitch. 

Willington. — Origen Dimock, Waller Newcomb, 
Ariel Eldridge, Isaac Niles, Elisha Wright, Hczekiah 
Eldridge, Robert Sharp, Hiram Rider, Chester Car- 
penter. — 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

LoREN P. Waldo, State Attorney. 
Tolland. — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah 
Parish, Loren P. Waldo, iZalmon A. Storrs. 
Columbia. — Asahel Clark. 
Ellington. — Asa Willey, John H. Brockway. 
Hebron. — Ralph Gilbert. 
Mansfield. — John Fitch. 
Somers.—Walter R. Kibbe. 

Stafford.— Rodolphus Woodworth, Benj. Lathrop. 
Willington.— Elisha Wright. 

Sheriff. — Novatus Chapman. 
Deputy Sheriffs. —Addison H. Fitch, Columbia; Lu- 
ther Talcott, Bolton ; William L. Ransom, Ellington ; 
Freeman M. Brown, Stafford ; Samuel D. Anderson, 
Mansfield. 

Jailer.—Novatus Chapman, 



54 COURTS OF PROBATE. 

COURTS OF PROBATE. 



DISTRICTS. 

Hartford, 

Berlin, 

Bristol, 

Burlington, 

Canton, 

E. Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Gran by, 

Hartland, 

Simsbury, 

Southington, 

Suffield, 



JUDGES. 

John Russell. 
Ira E. Smith. 
Geo. iM:itchell. 
William Marks. 
Ephm. Mills. 
Wm. Barnes. 
H. S. Belcher. 
Solo. Whitman. 
J. C. Holcomb. 
Austin Ensign. 
S. S. Hoskins. 
Levi Barnes. 
N. Loomis. 



New Haven, R. S. Hinman. 

Cheshire, Wm. L. Foote. 

Guilford, Geo. Griswold. 

Madison, John R. Wilcox, 

Meriden, Jas. S. Brooks. 

Mil ford, Wm. Durand. 

Wailingford, Aug. Hall, 2d. 

Waterbury, John Feck. 



New Londo 

Norwich, 

Colchester, 

Groton, 

Lebanon, 

Ledyard, 

Lyme, 

N. Stonington 

Salem, 

Stonington, 

Fairfield, 

Danbury, 

Bridgeport, 

Newtown, 

Norwalk, 

Redding, 

Ridgefield, 

Stamford, 

Stmtford, 



, Philip Morgan. 
Asa Roath. 
George Way. 
Nathan Daboll. 
T. J. Kingsley. 
Chris. Newton. 
Lodowick Bill. 
jElias Hewitt. 
John C. Daniels, 
Asa Fish. 

Morris Wilson. 
Silas H. Hicock, 
Smith Tweedy. 
Tho. Blackman. 
Cyrus A. Mead. 
J. R. Sanford. 
Wm. Sherwood. 
H, A. Mitchell. 
John Goulding. 



DISTRICTS. 

Weston, 
Westport, 

Brooklyn, 

I Ash ford, 
j Canterbury, 
I Hampton, 
Killingly, 
Plainfield, 
Pom fret, 
Thomson, 
Voluntown, 
Windham, 
Woodstock, 

Litchfield, 

Barkhamsted 

Harwinton, 

Kent, 

Norfolk, 

N. Hartford, 

New Milford, 

Plymouth, 

Roxbury, 

Sharon, 

W^ashington, 

Watertown, 

Woodbury, 

Winchester, 



JUDGES. 

Eli Adams. 
Edwin Wheeler. 

B. P. Spalding. 
J. D. Richmond. 
Chester Lyon. 
M. Cleveland. 
David Chase. 
Joseph Eaton. 
John Williams. 
Talcott Crosby. 
H. Campbell. 
Horatio Webb. 
J. F. Williams. 

E. S. Abernethy. 
, Jesse Ives. 
Benaj. Hayden. 
Rufus Fuller,|Jr. 
Joseph Riggs. 
Wail Garrett. 
George Taylor. 
Elisha Johnson. 
H. B. Eastman. 
J. G. Mitchell. 
Ithiel Hicnx. 
Holbrook Curtis. 
Chas. B. Phelps. 
S. W. Coe. 



Middletown, Linus Coe. 
Chatham, Philip Sage. 
E. Haddam, Stephen Cone. 
Haddam, Simon Shailor. 
Killingworth, Ely A. Elliott. 
Saybrook, Gurdon Smith. 



Tolland, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Mansfield, 

Somers, 

Stafford, 



Loren P. Waldo. 
Thad. C. Bruce. 
A. W. Birge. 
F. B. Hanks. 
Orson Wood. 
R. Woodworth. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. :56 

liist of IVotaries Public, 

COMMISSIONED IN 1842. 

Hartford. — Benning Mann, Henry Perkins, Henrj 
Fowler, Francis Feliowes, H. Tudor Brownell, Erastus 
Smith, Charles H. Tuthill, Francis Parsons, Waller 
Mitchell, Richard G. Drake, Edward Goodman. 

Berlin. — Ira E. Smith, Edward Wilcox. 

East Windsor. — Jesse Charlton. 

Gran by. — Richard II. Phelps. 

Marlborough. — Asa Day. 

Wethersfield. — Ebenezer Goodale. 

New Haven.— James Punderford, Elijah Gilbert, Jr. 
W^illiam A. Reynolds, Jonathan Stoddard, Henry S. 
Wadsworth, William H. Jones, Thomas Burnett, Wm. 
B. Bristol, John T. Collis. 

Derby. — Charles E, Morse. 

East Haven. — Bela Farnham. 

Guilford.— Alva B. Goldsmith. 

Madison. — Reynold Webb. 

Meriden. — Eli C. Birdseye, Jonathan N. Yale. 

Milford.— William Durand. 

North Haven. — William Hartley. 

Southbury. — Erastus Osborn. 

Waterbury. — Elijah F. Merrill, Samuel H. Judd. 

Wolcott. — Noah H. Byington, 

New London, — John Danforth, Joseph C. Douglass, 
E. Fitch Dutton, Everard Holt, John P. C. Mather, 
William F. Brainard, Andrew C. Lippitt. 

Norwich. — James A. Hovey, John T. Wait, William 
L'Hommedieu, Gerard 'Carpenter, William Trench, 
William L. Brewer, John Perkins, Alexander G. Frink, 
William H. Hill. 

Bozrah. — David A. Fox, John W. Haughton. 

Franklin. — Comfort D. Fillmore. 

Groton. — Isaac C. Amidon, Alonzo Williams. 

Lebanon. — George Kingsley, Learned Hebbard. 



60 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Ledyard. — Gurdon Bill, Samuel S. Lamb, Jacob L, 
Gallup, Guy C. Stoddard. 

Lisbon. — Joseph L. Lyon, Thomas A. Clark. 

North Stonington. — Matth. Brown, Russel Bentley, 
Latham Hull. 

Preston.— Asa Gore. 

Stonington. — George Hubbard, Peleg Denison, Ben- 
jamin F. States. 

Fairfield. — Francis D. Perry, Henry Sturges. 

Danbury. — Nathaniel H. Wildman, Wm. H. Clark, 
Silas H. Hickok, Oliver Shepard, Thomas P. White. 

Bridgeport. — Frederick G. Peabody, William B. 
Dyer, Mark Moore, William H. Noble, William P. 
Burrall, David B. Nichols. 

Darien. — Abram Clock. 

Greenvi^ich. — Samuel Close. 

Nevi^town. — Samuel C. Blackman. 

Norwalk. — Daniel A. Hanford, James Stevens, Wm. 
K. James, Reuben A. Williams, Thomas Warner, Jr. 

Stamford. — Roswell Hoyt, James H. Miner, Nath'l 
D. Haight, Edward Hill. 

Wilton. — Philip Betts, Samuel Belden. 

Brooklyn. — Uriel Fuller, Charles White. 

Ashford.— Joseph Dorsett, Jr., Horace Gay lord. 

Chaplin. — Walter Goodell. 

Thompson.— Jeremiah Olney. 

Voluntown.— William C. Stanton, Kinney Gallup, 

Windham. — George S. Catlin, John A. Perkins, 
Samuel Bingham, Fanning Tracy-, Socrates Balcam. 

Woodstock.- -John F. Williams, John Fowler, John 
McClellan. 

Litchfield.— George C. Woodruff, Francis Bacon, 
George W. Beers. 

New Milford.— Samuel D. Orton. 

Plymouth.— Elisha Johnson, Calvin Butler. 

Salisbury, — Roger Averill. 

Winchester.— Roland Hitchcock. 

Woodbury— Charles B. Phelps, Thomas Bull. 

Middletown.— Jonathan Barnes, S. K. Wightman. 

Chester.-Joshua L'Hommedieu. 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

East Haddam.— John C. Palmer, T. C. Boardman, 
Samuel Holmes. 

Haddam.— Linus Parmelee. 

Saybrook.— Stephen W. Starkey, Joseph H. Mather. 

Tolland. — Loron P. Waldo, 

Bolton Jacob O. Loomis. 

Ellington.— John P. Dorman. 
Hebron.— Ralph Gilbert. 
Stafford.— Benjamin Lathrop. 
Vernon.— Gideon Collon, John S. Dobson. 



Colli laiisisioiaefs 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, &;C. 

Jjppointed by the Senate — May^ 1842. 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

No. 1. Boston, Benjamin Warren, Tsaac Kinney. 

2. Bridgeport, I. M. Sturges, Reuben Blackman. 

3. Chatham and Marlborougli, Charles Wood- 
ward, Daniel Bulkley. 

4. Cheshire, Ira Munn, Julius Bristol. 

6. Colchester and Chatham, Daniel Bulkley, Wm, 
R. Smith. 

6. Centre, John Warren, Samuel Fenner. 

7. Chester and North Killingworih, Horace Red- 
field, Nathan C. Peters. 

8. Colchester and Norwich, George Sherman, Al- 
bert B. Isham. 

9. Columbia, B. W. Brown, Daniel Holbrook. 

10. Connecticut, David Co!ey, Edwin Lockwood. 

11. Cornwall and Washington, . 

12. Canaan and Litchfield, Heman Osborn, Bird- 
sey Baldwin. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island, Horace Sabin, 
Frederick Averill, Jr. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield, Oliver Shepard, Geo. 
Clapp. 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 

15. •Durham and East Guilford, Asher Robinson, 

Samuel L. Blatchley. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester, Robbins Tracy, 
John C. Bulkley. 

17. East Middle, Elijah Warner, M. Hemingway. 

18. Essex, S. M. Hayden, Tertius Nott. 

19. Farmington River, Wm. Manchester, Sanford 
Brown. 

20. Fairfield, Redding and Weston, . 

21. Fair Haven, Daniel Evarts, Hezekiah Gorham. 

22. Goshen and Sharon, George Jackson, Birdsey 
Baldwin. 

23. Gran by, Watson Dewey, Truman Allen. 

24. Greenwoods, Leman Hubbel, John Isham. 

25. Groton and Stonington, Ehas Hewitt, Amos 
Cliff. 

26. Guilford and Durham, George Griswold, Rich- 
ard Robinson. 

27. Hartford and New London, Oliver Northam, 
Lewis Allen. 

28. Hartford and New^ Haven, J. M. Ford, Benja- 
min Wilcox. 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham, and N. London 
County, F. Ladd, Asa White. 

30. Hartford and Tolland, Carolos Chapman, Wm. 
Bigelow. 

31. Hebron and Mid. Haddam, R. Gilbert, A. Day. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge, Eli Lewis, 
Samuel Mix. 

33. Housatonic, . 

34. Huntington, Lucius Gilbert, Thad. Beardsley. 

35. Killingworth, Chas. Stevens, J. C. Chittenden. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall, Peter Bierce, D. Hall. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton, Charles Jones, Jo. 
seph Fenno. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford, Truman Rich, 
mond, George Bolles. 

39. Middlesex, Samuel Ingham, Warren Tyler. 

40. Middletown and Berlin, Clark Elliott, Shubael 
Risley. 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 

41. Middletown and Durham, Charles S. A-. Davis, 

Clement M. Parsons. 

42. Middletown and Meridcn, Allen May, Noah 
Pomeroy. 

43. Mohegan, Stephen Tracy, John Gongdon. 

44. Monroe- and Zoar Bridge, Samuel Beardsley, 
David Sanford. 

45. Moosup, . 

46. New Milford and Roxbury, Amasa Lathrop, 
Matthew Logan. 

47. Norwich and Salem, Nathan Charnplin, Chaun- 
cey Burgess. 

48. New Haven and Derb}^ Stanton Pendleton, 
Sheldon Baesctt. 

49. New Haven and Milford, Ira Marvin, Alfred 
Mallet. 

60. New London and Lyme, Philip Morgan, John 

Caverly. 
5L 'New London and Windham Counly, Thomas 

Douglass, Wheaton Cotterell. 
5^. 'New Milford and Sherman, Sheldon Northrop, 

Wilham T. Hopson. 

53. New Preston, L. Chapman, Sam'l H. Weston. 

54. Northfield, Alanson Coley, Edward Hill. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury, Abraham Chichester, 
Erastus Sturges. 

B6. Norwalk and Newtown, Algernon E. Beard, 
John D. Lounsbury. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock, Moses Lyon, 2d., C. 
T. Avery. 

58. Oxford, Erastus Osborn, Samuel Mix. 

59. Providence, Samuel Reynolds, Jcre. Fields. 

60. Rimmon Falls, Erastus Osborn, Samuel Wise. 
6L Salem and Hamburg, James Lamb, Matthias 

W. Baker. 

62. Sharon and Cornwall, Samuel Peck, Orman 
Heath. 

63. Sympauge, Stephen Bates, Cortez Merchant. 

64. Shetucket, Dud. B. Chapman, Epaphras Porter, 

65. Stafford, . 



60 COMMISSIONERS, 

66. Still River, Alanson Loomis, Nisus Kinney. 

67. Southington and Waterbury, E. F. Merrell, Eli 
C. Birdsey. 

68. Sandy Brook, Samuel E. Mills, Richard Tib- 
balls. 

69. Straits, Ward Peck, E. F. Merrell. 

70. Sugar Hollow, M. S. Barber, Ira Gregory. 

71. Talcott Mountain, S.H.Huntington, Harvey 
Seymour. 

72. Thompson, Samuel Burlingame, Vernon Stiles. 

73. Tolland Co. . 

74. Torrington, Uri Taylor, Isaac Barns. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield, M. Mudge, Ira Thrall, 

76. Washington, Matthew Logan, James Allen, 

77. Windham and Coventry, John Brown, Uriah 
Ladd. 

78. Windham and Mansfield, Gilbert Lamb, 2d., 
M. B. Harvey. 

79. West Middle, . 

. 80. Windham and Brooklyn, Adams White, Ben- 
jamin Webb. 

81. Waterbury River, Abijah Mann, Moses Hall. 

82. Wolcottville, R. C. Abernethy, Uriel Tutllo. 

83. Weston, Abel Hubbel, Samuel Jackson. 

84. Wells Hollow, Sylvanus Sterling, William L. 
Bennet. 

85. Warren, Harmon Peet, Ransom Smith. 

86. Branch, Isaac Bennet, Burr Keeler, 

87. Monroe and Newtown, Zac. Wenton, Larapson 
Burch. 

88. Fairfield County, Joseph Taylor, A. Beardsley. 

89. Hadlyme, Joseph Warner, L. M. Hilliard. 

90. Chester and North Killingworth, Horace Red- 
field, Nathan C. Peters. 

91. Black Rock, . 

92. Sherman and Redding, E. A. Lacey, Z. Starr, Jr. 

93. Hop River, Alpheus Kingsley, Jr., Hanford 
Button. 

94. North Killingfworth and North Madison, John 
R. Wilcox, Rufus Turner, 



COMMISSIONERS. 61 

95. Millinglon, John T. Bulklcy, A. W. Willey. 

96. Litchlicld and Plymouth, Elijah Warner, John 
Moss. 

97. River Turnpike Company, . 



ON BRIDGES. 

No. 1. Niantic, Austin F. Perkins, Joel Loomis. 

2. Hartford, Albert Day, Thad. Welles, Horace 
Williams. 

3. Mystic, Sanford Stark, James C. Lamb, 

4. Tomlinson's, . 

5. Bridgeport, David Brooks, Rufus Hoyt. 

6. Washington, William Durand, Sam'l C. Nicoll. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company, Sheldon 
Basset, Samuel Bassett. 

8. Zoar, Daniel L. Holhrook, Grandison Clark. 

9. Bennett's, Harmon Fairchild, Jacob Beers. 

10. Hawley's, Bryant Smith, John Jackson. 

1 1. New Milford, Lawrence Taylor, S. D. Orton. 

12. Buirs Falls, Myron Harrison, Thos. Hollister. 

13. Pratt's, . 

14. Norwich and Preston, C. D. Fillmore, A. Con- 
verse, Isaac Williams, 2d. 

15. Fuller's, Myron Harrison. Thomas Hollister. 

16. Enfield, George C. Owen, H. P. Kent. 

17. Boardman's, S. D, Orton, Lawrence Taylor. 

18. Gay lord's, Henry Marvin, Isaac Ston&. 



ON FERRIES. 

No. 1. New London, John Hudson, Isaac Harris. 

2. Gales', E. A. Satterlee, N. B. Brown. 

3. Chapman's, Joshua L'Hommedieu, William 
Marsh. 

4. W^arner's, James Gates, Samuel Colt. 

5. Higganum, Isaac Arnold, Noah Dickinson* 

6. East Haddam, Samuel Arnold, Dan Warner. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing, John Stewart, Dio- 
dute Brainard. 



62 COMMISSIONERS. 

8. Essex, Jared C. Redfield, Samuel C. Ely. 

9. Rocky Hill, Thomas Havens, Josiah Atwood. 

10. Pratt's, Banning Mann, Chauncey Brainard. 

11. King's, . 

12. East Windsor, Cicero Phelps, Horace Newbury. 

13. Warehouse Point, Wm. Barnes, Horace Birge. 

14. Enfield and Suffield, John Adams, Geer Terry. 

15. Saybrook, Richard E. Pratt, Henry Perkins. 

16. Haddam Island, Diodate Brainard, I. Arnold. 

17. Hartford and East Plartford, . 



COMMISSIONERS. 

J^ew Haven and Morlhampton Company, 

Alfred Blackman, Adna Whiting, Tracy Peck, Bayard 

Barnes. 

J^eic York^ Providence and Boston Rail Road. 
Albert Latham, Caleb J. Allen, Ezra Cheesebrough. 

Directors on ike State Prison. 
Richard Niles, John C. Smith, Jr., Edwin Stearns. 

Hartford and New Haven Rail Road. 
William H. ElHs, Alfred Blackman, Benajah Ivee. 

Hartford and Sprin{:ij.dd Rail Road. 
Henry W. Edwards, Edward A. Phelps, John Stewart. 

Noricich and Worcester Rail Road, 
BqVlOU A. Copp, Enoch C. Chapman, Mason Cleveland. 

Housatonic Rail Road. 
Leman Church, Henry Dutlon. 

Union Com p any. 
Lomuel White, Jesse Goodrich, Jeremiah Brown. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 63 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, and Southington. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, and Bloomfield. 

4. New Haven, Hauiden, Milford, Orange, and 
North Haven. 

5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlo- 
bury, Waterbury, Prospect, and Wolcott. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, and North Branford. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, and 
Waterfoxd. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon, and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
and Bozrah. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, and Monroe. 

IL Danbury, Ridgeiiold, Redding, Brookfield, New. 
town. New Fairfield, and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New- 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainneld, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Kiilingly, Pomfret, Thompson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfi Id, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ford, Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washiqo-ton, Roxburj, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen, paid Kent. 

18. Middletown, Dnrhp„m, Chatham, and Portland. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
Chester, and Westbrook. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, 
and Wilimgton. 



O^ COMMiSSlOiNEKS, OLC. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford and Tolland Counties. 
" " 2. New Haven and Middlesex do. 

" " 3. New London and Windham do. 

" " 4. Fairfield and Litchfield do. 



Appointed hy the Governor of Connecticut^ to take the 

acknowledgment of JDeeds^ Depositions, Sec.-, in tkt 

respective States where they reside. 

New York City. — Frederick Ellsworth Mather, Ran- 
Bom Fayerweather, Joseph Wood, Mortimer M. Jack- 
son, Ebenezer Young, William H. Smith, Charles F. 
Croswell, John Hildreth, Lewis B. Woodruff, Harrison 
G. O. Babcock, George Gibbs, George Fulsom, Fred- 
erick A. Hanford, Edmund Terry, Theodore Hinsdale, 
Josiah M. Carter, John T. Seeley, William S. Pierson, 
Richard Goodman, Silas M. Stillwell, Alanson Taylor, 
Colin M. Ingersoll, Andrew Warner, John A. Morrall, 
Stephen J. Field, William S. Rowland, John BisselL 

Boston. — George S. Bulfinch, John P. Putnam, Jo. 
eeph Jenkins, George M. Brown, John H. Bolles. 

Philadelphia. — Nathan Strong, Samuel PI. Austin. 

New Orleans. — John McLean Halsey. 

Albany, N. Y. — Epaphras L. Sherman, P«,obert J. 
Hilton. ' 

Rochester, N. Y.— Levi A. Ward. 

Troy, N. Y. — David L. Seymour. 

Greenwich, N. Y. — Daniel Frost, Jr. 

Buffalo, N. Y. — Legrand Marvin. 

Perry, N. Y. — Isaac N. Stoddard. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. — Silas E. Haight. 

Ledyard, N. Y. — Ebenezer Watrous. 

Ovid, N. Y.— Fayette Allen. 



STATE DIRECTORS OF BANKS. 65 

La Fayette, Onondago co. N. Y. — E. Van Wert Dox. 

New Jersey. — Frederick A. Cox. 

Newark, N. J. — John Chetwood. 

Providence, R. I. — Walter R. Danforth. 

Newport, R. I. — George Turner, Horatio N. Tracy. 

Detroit, Mich.— A. Wilhams. 

Alabama. — Calvin B. Butler. 

Mobile, Ala.— William H. Bunnell. 

St. Louis, Mo. — James B. Colt. 

Portage co. Ohio.— Wm, H. Smith, David R. Tilden. 

Brighton, Ohio. —Harvey Clark. 

Jefferson co. Kentucky.... Jefferson Smith. 

La Fayette, Ind.— Henry W. Ellsworth. 

Wilmington. — Jeremiah Lippett. 

Derby.— Ira L. UfFord. 

Macon, Ga. — Charles A. Higgins. 

Galena, Missouri.— Thomas Melville. 



DIRECTOKS OF BANKS 

ON THE PART OF THE STATE. 

Hartford Bank, Calvin Day. 

Phoenix Bank, Francis J. Huntington, Daniel M, 
Seymour. 

Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Sanford B. Grant. 

New Haven Bank, Isaac N. Prior. 

New London Bank, Peter D. Irish. 

Norwich Bank, Charles A. Converse. 

Merchants Bank, Norwich, John Fl. Townsend. 

Fairfield County Bank, Samuel Pennoyer. 

Connecticut Bank, David Brooks. 

Bridgeport Bank, William B. Dyer. 

Windham Bank, Josiah C. Jackson. 

Middletown Bank, Clark Elliott. 

Middlesex Co. Bank, Ezra L. PI. Chamberlain. 



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POST OFFICE&* 73 

Post Offices and Post Masters 

IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Charles L. Porter ; West, Elilm Olmsted. 

Avon, Francis Woodford. 

Berlin, J. S. Brandegee ; New Britain, Henry Nash; 

Kensington, Theron Hart. 
Bloomfield, S. H. Hubbard. 
Bristol, H, E. Merriman. 
Burlington, Frederick Bull, 
Canton, W. H. Hawley ; Canton Centre, Simeon 

Mills; Collinsvilie, Samuel W.Brown; N.Canton, 

Oliver Adams. 
East Hartford, Henry Plielps, 
East Windsor, James Charlton ; Broad Brook, Henry 

S. Kingsley ; Ketch Mills, — Robertson ; Scantic 

Village, Geo. Parsons ; Warehouse Point, H. Pease, 

Jr. ; Oakland, William Scott. 
Enfield, Goer Terry ; Thompsonvillo, George W. 

Martin; Skititco, John Ring. 
Farmington, George D. Covvles ; Plainville, T. C 

Steel ; Unionville, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor ; South, Geo. Merrick. 
Granby, Daniel Hayes ; East, C. T. Hillyer ; North, 

Abner Case; West, J. D. Wilcox. 
Hartland, Calvin Bennin^; West.T.D, Bosworth. 
Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge ; Buck!and*s Corner, 

William Jones. 
Marlborough, Asa Day. 

Simsbury, J. O. Phelps; Tariffville, G. W. Sanford. 
Southington, Chester Whittlesey. 
Suffield, George A. Loomis ; West, Charles Dennison. 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich ; Nevvington, W. Deming ; 

Rocky Hill, Henry Whitmore. 
Windsor, William Howard ; Locks, C. H. Dexter ; 

Poquonnock, S. O. Hollister. 



74 rOST OFFICES AND 

NEW HAVEN COUINTY. 

New Haven, Henry Huggins ; East Haven, R. An- 
drews ; Fair Haven, Lefcter Keep. 

Bethany, Hcz. Thomr.s ; Strailsville. O. Collins. 

Branford, Orrin D. Squire. 

Cheshire, Elihu Yale. 

Derby, Robert Gates ; Humphreysville, J. D. Smith. 

Guilford, A. B. Wildman ; N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 

Hamden, L. Hitehcock. 

Madison, JohnTibbals; North, S. L. Blatchley. 

Mcriden, Richard Dowd. 

Middlebury, L. Townsend. 

Milford, L. N. Bcardsley. 

North Branford, Russel Clark; Northford, Timothy 
Bartholomew. 

Oxford, H. W.Upson. 

Prospect, Robert C. Porter. 

Southbury, C. H. Hall; Southford, Cyrus Hinman ; 
South IBritain, Anson Bray. 

Wallingford, S. H. Button. 

Waterbury, Ec Leavenworth; Naugatuck, E. Candce. 

Wolcott, Isaac Hotchkiss. 

Westville, (in New Haveu) J. G. Hotchkiss. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, James H. Turner. 

Bozbah, William C. Abell ; Bozrahville, H. Mow^rey. 

Colchester, J. W. Wheeler ; Westchester, S. Brown. 

East Lyme, E. H. Smith ; River Head, E. Beckwilh. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, Thomas F. Edmond ; Jewctt City, James 
Johnson. 

Groton, Elijah Bailey; Centre, R. W. Smith; Por- 
tersville, J. Randall ; Pequot, William Latham ; 
Noank, J. Perkins. 

Lebanon, A. A. Robinson ; Exeter, Silas L. Will- 
iams; Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 

Ledyard, Eraslus Gallup ; Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown. 

Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 



POST MASTERS. 75 

Lyme, C. W. Wait ; Norll), Eraslus Stark ; Ham. 

burgh, S. M. Brockway; Iladlyme, Eli P. Welles; 

South Lyme, Russel L. Chadvvick. 
Montville, — — ; Chestei field, James Turner; Un. 

casville, S. W.Turner. 
Nor.wicli Town, John Hyde ; Norwich City, Samuel 

M. Downer. 
North Stonington, Russell Wheeler; Pendleton Hill, 

Enoch B. Pendleton. 
Preston, Henry Brown ; Poquelannock, J, W. Brew- 
ster. 
Salem, W^ Williams ; Gardiner Lake, J. R. Willowby. 
Stonington, Franklin Williams ; Mystic, John Hyde ; 

Mystic Bridge, B. F. Palmer. 
Waterford, H. Gardiner; Niantic, J. B. Manwaring, 



FAIRFIELD COUJXTY. 

Fairfield, Henry C. Smith ; Southport, W. Sher- 
wood, Jr. 

Danbury, Phineas D. Crosby. 

Bethel, (in Danbury) William A. Judd. 

Bridgeport, Isaac Sherman, Jr. 

Brookfield, Henry Ruggles. 

Daricn, Ira Scofield. 

Greenwich, Samuel Close. 

Huntington, Lucius Blackman. 

Monroe, C. H. Beardsley ; Stepney, L. Edwards. 

Newtown, D. V. B. Baldwin ; Dodgetown, Hart 
Shepard. 

Norwalk, Charles Isaacs ; South, Horace Taylor. 

New Canaan, Thomas S. H'lsted. 

New Fairfield, Seeley Barnum. 

Ridgefield, Charles A. Hanford; Mill Plain, Elias 
Birchard ; Ridgebury, Thomas St. John ; Scott's 
Bridge, David Scott. 

Redding, Joseph Darling; Town House, E. M.Frost; 
Redding Ridge, Edward Starr, Jr. 

Sherman, Frederick Edwards. 



76 POST OFFICES AND 

Stamford, Sands Seeley ; N. Stamford, Abishai Weed. 
Stratford, Isaac J. Booth. 

Trumbull, Elihu Beach; Long Hill, E. B. Middle- 
brook. 
Westport, Hezekiah Nichols. 

Weston, Mallett Seeley ; Northfield, W. Nichols. 
Wilton, Samuel F. Lambert. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Adams White. 

Ashford, Dyer Clark ; Eastford, J. Skinner; North, 

Cyrus Keyes ; Westford, Michael Richmond. 
Canterbury, Richard Fenner; Westminster, P. Spicer. 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 

Hampton, . 

Killingly, Leavens Jencks ; North, George Warren ; 

South, Cyrus Day ; East, Elisha Stone ; West, Si. 

las Clapp. 
Plainfield, Henry Sabin ; Centre Village, A. Harris ; 

Moosup, John Dunlap. 
Pomfret, f3cnjaniin Child ; Landing, George Cady ; 

Abington, Orin Sumner. 
Sterling, William Fenner. 
Thompson, Erastus Knight ; West, J. O. Fox ; New 

Boston, C. C. Wood ; Fishersville, W. Fisher, Jr, 
Voluntown, K. Galkip. 
Windham, James C. Staniford ; Scotland, William 

Davison ; Willimantic, Roswell Moulton ; North 

Windham, Ralph Lincoln. 
Woodstock, George Bo wen ; North, A. Carpenter ; 

West, J. F. Williams. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff; S. Farms, E. J. Wood- 
ruff; Milton, G. P. Welch; Northfield, Dan Cat- 
lin ; Bantam Falls, L. Kenney. 

Barkhamsted, G. W. Merrills ; Hitchcocksville, Hi- 
ram Goodwin ; Pleasant Valley, Virgil Taylor. 

Bethlem, Homer Skidmore. 



POST MASTERS. 77 

Canaan', John Franklin ; South, Chauncey Reed, Jr. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell; Colebrook River, Dan, 

De Wolf. 
Cornwall, Julius Bcardsley ; Bridge, Peter Bierce ; 

Hollow, J. E. Sedgwick ; West, George Whealon. 
Goshen, John Stone ; North, N. 11. North. 
Harwinlon, Lewis Smith. 
Kent, Ira Spooner ; North, L. B. Bull ; South, W. 

S. [lopson. 
New Hartford, Tertius Wadsworth ; Centre, J. F. 

Henderson. 
New Milford, Nathaniel Perry ; Bridgewatcr, C. G. 

Sanford ; Gaylord's Bridge, John Gaylord ; North- 

ville, S. Buckingham. 
Norfolk, John A. Shepard. 
Plymouth, J. C. Calhoun ; [lollow, Seth Thomas, Jr.; 

Terrysville, Philo Lewis. 
Roxbury, Myron Downs. 
Salisbury, M. L. Graham; Furnace Village, John TT. 

Hubbard ; Ciiapinville, Horace Landon ; Falls Vil- 
lage, John FiHsign ; Lime Rock, Milo Barnum ; 

Riga, William J. Pettee. 
Sharon, Charles F. Sedgwick ; Ellsworth, Ichabod 

Everett. 
Torrington, Albro W. Cowles ; Wolrottvillc, Orrin 

B. Freeman ; Torringford, Nathaniel Smith. 
Washington, D. B. Brinsrnade ; Woodvllle, Frederick 

Chittenden; New Preston, Charles Vaill. 
Warren, Edmund R. Swift. 
Watertown, H. Hemingway. 

Winchester, John Boyd ; Centre, Samuel Hurlbut. 
Woodbury, Andrew Root. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Eli Wilcox ; North Society, Nathaniel 

Bushnell. 
Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. 
Clinton, Edward Wilcox* 
Durham, B. B. Beccher. 



78 POST OFFICES. 

East Hadtlam, F. W. Green ; Moodus, James C. Hydo ; 
Millington, George C. Ransom; Middle Haddara, 
Huntington Selden ; East Hampton David Buell. 

Haddam, . 

Killingworth, Horace Redfield. 

Portland, Mrs. Ann B. Smith. 

Saybrook, Galen Dowd ; Essex, A. F. Whittemore ; 
Deep River, Sedley Snow ; Winthrop, J, Denison. 

Weytbrook, A. T. Wilcox. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Luther Eaton. 

Bolton, Hubbol B. Alvord. 

Columbia, B. Hartson. 

Coventry, North, E. Pomroy, Jr. ; South, S, Bidvve]]. 

Ellington, John Hall ; Square Pond, Eph'm. Dimock. 

Hebron, Abner Hendec ; Gilead, H. Hutchinson ; 

Hope Valley, David Chapman ; Andover, Ransford 

Button. 
Mansfield, J. Woodward; Centre, Z. Storrs. 
Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton ; North, Am'h. Kibbee. 
Staftbrd Springs, R. Woodworth; West, P. Orcutt. 
Union, D. L. Newell. 

Vernon, L, P. Tinker; Rockville, Samuel P. Rose, 
Willington, Jonathan Weston ; Moose Meadow, B. 

Lillibridgo. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single letters composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding ... 30 6^ 

Over 30, and not exceeding - - 80 10 
Over 80, and not exceeding - - 150 l'2i 
Over 150, and not exceeding - - 400 18j 

Over 400, 25 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged with triple those rates. 



CLERGYMEN. 79 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, are charged with quadruple those rates. 

All letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or 
more, are charged at the rate of single postage for 
each quarter of an ounce, or quadruple postage for 
each ounce, according to weight ; and no letter can 
be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless 
the weight exceeds ono ounce avoirdupois. 

IVEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published, or if carried out of the State, 
but not carried over 100 miles, - - 1 cent. 

Over 100 milesj and out of the State in which it is 
published. - - . - - 1^ cents. 

MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 
100 miles, - - - - 1^ cents per sheet. 

do. do. over 100 miles, • 2J do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, - 4 do; 

do. do. over 100 miles, . 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other 
sizes in the same proportion. 

All letters transmitted by express mall, arc charged 
triple postage. 



Clerg^yiiieii. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Hartford — Joel Hawes, D. D., Horace Bushnell, 
D. D., Oliver E. Daggeit, Isaac N. Sprague, Thomas 
H. Gallaudet, c. ; Rl. Rev. Thomas C. BrownelLD.D. 
George Burgess, Silas Totten, D. D., Abner Jackson, 



80 CLERGYMEN. 

Arthur Cleaveland Cox, e. ; Jeremiah S. Eaton, Ed- 
mund B. Turner, b. ; Francis Hodgson, m. ; John 

Moore, u. ; Brady, r. c. West Hartford, George 

I. Wood, c. 

Avon — Stephen Hubbell, John Bartlett, c. ; Niles 
Whiting, B. 

Berhn — W. W. Woodworth, Royal R-obbins, Sam- 
uel Rockwell, c. ; Lyman, m. ; S. A. Seaman, 

Reynolds, B. ; H. G. Smith, u. ; John M. Guion, e. 

Bloomfield — Wm. W. Backus, c. ; Alfred Gates, b. ; 
W. S. Stillwell, M. 

Bristol — Vacant, c. ; Joseph S. Covel], e. ; Samuel 
N. Smith, M. ; Edward Savage, b. 

Burlington — L. H. Pease, c. ; S. D. Ferguson, b. ; 
David Miller, m. 

Canton — Jairus Burt, Frederick A. Barton, c. ; Geo. 
B. Atwel],B. 

East Hartford — Samuel Spring, c. ; C. C. Brainard, 
Walker, m. 

East Windsor — Levi Smith, Shubael Bartlett, Bennet 
Tyler, D. D., Marvin Root, c. ; Joseph Scott, e. 

Enfield — Francis L. Robbins, c. ; Joseph Harvey, 
D. D., p. ; L. W. Blood, L. Leffingwell, m. ; Peregrine 
Terry, s. 

Farmington — Noah Porter, D. D., Woodruff, C. 

D. Cowles, c. ; J. Freegrove, m. 

Granby — Israel P. Wurren, J. B. Clark, c. ; William 
Dixon, M. ; Reed, b. 

Glastenbury — James A. Smith, Warren G. Jones, c; 
George H. Nichols, e. ; B. M. Walker, Frank Bill, m. 

Hartland — Luke W'ood, c. ; Asa Bushnell, si. 

Manchester — Bennet F. Northrop, c. ; D. Bennet, b. 

Marlborough — Hiram Bell, c. ; Nelson Goodrich, m. 

Simsbury — Allen McLean, c. ; Ransom Warner, e= ; 
Niles Whiting, b. ; Moses Blydenburg, m. 

Southington — Elisha C. Jones, c. ; And. Hopper, b.; 
Augustus C. L. Arnold, u. 

Suffield — A. C. Washburn, c. ; Dwight Ives, b. ; D. 
L. Marks, m. 



CLERGYMEN, 81 

Wethersfield — Calvin Chapin, D. D., Joab Brace, 
Robert Southgate, c. ; William Bentley, b. ; Sylvester 
H. Clark, M. 

Windsor — SpofFord D. Jewett, c. ; S. W. Scofield, m. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 
New Haven — Leonard Bacon, D. D., Samuel W. S. 
Dutton, Joseph P. Thompson, Elisha L. Cleaveland, 
Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D., Judson A. Root, A. C. Bald- 
win, Benj. L. Swan, Amos G. Beman, c ; Harry Cros- 
well, D. D., Joseph H. Nichols, W. H. Morgan, Alonzo 
B. Chapin, e, ; Joseph Law, m. ; T. Teasdale, b.; 
James Smith, r. c. 
Bethany — Vacant, c. ; Frederick Woodward, e. 
Branford— Timothy P. Gillett, c. ; Pascal P. Kidder, 
Davis T. Shailor, b. 

Cheshire — Erastus Colton, c. ; F. Miller, e. ; Ira 
Abbot, M. 

Derby — Hollis Read, c. ; William B. Ashley, John 
D. Smith, e. ; Nath'l Mead, Ezra Jaggar, D. Brown, 
Samuel Hickox, Sylvester Smith, m. 

East Haven — Stephen Dodd, c. ; H. Townsend, e. 
Guilford — Zolva Whitmore, c. ; L. T. Bennett, D. 
Baldwin, e. ; R. Wymond, m. ; A. B. Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden — Austin Putnam, James Birney, c. ; Henry 
Fitch, E. ; Aaron S. Hill, m. ; David Bradley, b. 

Madison — Samuel N. Shepard, Lent S. Hough, c, ; 
Nathan Tibbals, m. 

Meriden — Georgje W. Perkins, c. ; John T. Gush- 
ing, E. ; Hervey Miller, b. 

Middlebury — Jason Atwater, c. ; O. Hopson, e. 
Milford— Bezaleel Pinneo, D. B.Coe, A. M. Train, c. 
North Branford — John D. Baldwin, Wm. J. Board- 
man, c. ; David Baldwin, Shaw, e. 

North Haven — Leverett Griggs, c. 
Orange — Stephen W. Slebbins, c. 
Oxford — Stephen Toplift', c. ; Abel Nichols, e. 
Prospect — Edward Bull, c. 

Southbury—O. B. Butterfield, William H. Whit- 
temore, c. ; Aaron Pearce, m. 
6 



82 



CLERGYME^C. 



Wallingford — Edwin R. Gilbert, c. ; Hilliard Bry- 
ant, E. ; Matthew Bachelor, b. ; Ransom Johnson, m. 

Waterbury — David Root, c. ; Jacob L. Clarke, e ; 
WilUarn C. Hoyt, m. 

Woodbridge — Wilham Elliott, c. ; Miller, m. 

Wolcott — Aaron C. Beach, c. ; Servilius Stocking, e. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London — Abel McEwen, Artemas Boies, Jo- 
seph Hurlbut, c. ; Robert A. Hallam, e, ; H. F. Knapp, 
Lemuel Covill, b. ; R. W. Allen, Geo. Thompson, m. ; 
Nehemiah Dodge, u. 

Norwich — Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, Thomas L. 
Shipman, A. L. Whitman, Willard Child, c. ; Seth B. 
Paddock, e. ; Wm. Palmer, M. G. Clark, b. ; Duniel 
Dorchester, David N. Bentley, Sewel Lamberton, San- 

fbrd Benton, Sanford Swan, Russell, m. ; John B. 

Wilson, u. ; Andrew J. Gloucester, a. c. 

Bozrah — George Perkins, William M. Birchard, c. ; 
Benjamin G. GofF, b. 

Colchester — Joel R. Arnold, Daniel G. Sprague, c. ; 
Robert C. Miller, b. 

East Lyme — Frederick Gridley, c. ; Fred. Wight- 
man, B. 

Franklin — Samuel Notl, D. D., John Hyde, c. ; 
Comfort D. Filliman, m. 

Griswoid — William R. Jewett, c. ; E. Cook, b. ; 
H. Tarbush, m. 

Groton — Jared R. Avery, c. ; James J. Berg, m. ; 
Erastus Denison, Ira Steward, Heddin, b. ; Back- 
us Bailey, u. 

Preston — Augustus B. Collins, c. ; Dexter Potter, e. ; 
Nathan E. Shailor, b. 

Lisbon — Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayer, c. 
Lyme — Davis S. Brainard, Philip Payson, Charles 
E. Murdock, Stephen A. Loper, Oliver Brown, c. ; 
Pierpont Brocket, b. 

Lebanon— John C. Nichols, Israel T. Otis, Stephen 
Hayes, c. ; Nathan Wildman, Ebenezer Robinson, D. 
Wild man, b. 



CLERGYMEN, 83 

Ledyard — Timoth}^ Tuttle, c. ; Ralph Hurlbut m. ; 
Zephaniali Watrous, q. 

Montville — Spencer F. Beard, Anson Gleason, c. ; 
James Hepburn, Levi Meach, b. ; A. E. Standish, m. 

North Stonin^ton— Pliilo Judson, c. ; Benjamin C. 
Graflon, William Flint, Erastus Denison, b. 

Salem — Charles Thompson, c. ; Christopher Lef- 
fingwell, B. ; John Whittlesey, John Brown, m. 

Stonington — J. Erskine Edwards, N. B. Cook, c. ; 
J. S. Anderson, b. ; J. W. Case, m. 

Waterford— Francis Darrow, f. d. b. ; Lester T. 
Rogers, s. d. b. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 
Fairfield — Lymun H. Atwater, T. B. Sturges, c. ; 
Nathaniel E. Cornwall, Samuel Nichols, e. ; Anson F. 
Beach, m. 

Bridgeport — John Hunter, Nath'l Hewit, D.D., c. ; 
Gurdon S. Coit, e. ; S, C. Perry, m. ; Mr. Serrington,A. 
Brookfield — Abner Brundage, Horace Day, c. ; Ed- 
ward J. Ives, E. 

Danbury — Rollin S. Stone, c. ; Thomas T. Guion e. ; 
W. B. Webb, B.; James Floy, m.; S. B. Britten, u. 
Darien — E. D. Kenney, c. 

Greenwich — Noah Coe, Daniel B. Butts, Chauncey 
Wilcox, c. ; Benjamin M. Yarrington, e. ; Ebenezer 
Riiymond, b. 

Huntington— Thomas Punderson, c. ; G, A. Ster. 
ling, E. ; Alva Gregory, b. 

Monroe — Robert D. Gardner, c. ; Rodney Rossi- 

ter, E.; Waterbury, m. * Denison, b. 

Norwalk— Edwin Hall, F. C. Woodworth c. ; Wil- 
liam C. Mead, D. D., E. ; J. J. Woolsey, b. ; — — 
Cheeney, m. 

Newtown — Alexander Leadbetter, c. ; S. S. Stock, 
ing, E. 

New Fairfield — David C. Perry, c ; Uriah Mead, m. 
New Canaan — Theophilus Smith, c. ; George Nich. 
ols, E. ; Charles Pelton, m. 



84 CLERGYMEN. 

Redding — David C. Comstock, c. ; William At- 
well, E. ; John Noyes, b. ; Daniel Smith, m. 

RidgefieUl — A. B. Burke, c. ; Warner Hoyt, e. ; 
Charles Chittenden, m. 

Stratford— William B. Weed, c. ; Alfred A. Mil. 
ler, E. ; Paul R. Brown, m. 

Sherman — Nathaniel M. Urmston, c. ; Zechariah 
Davenport, m. 

Stamford — Daniel Smith, John W. Alvord, c. ; Am- 
brose Todd, E. ; George Brown, S. Adams, m. ; Jas, 
B. Stickney, Parker, b. 

Trumbull— William T. Bacon, c. ; David G. Tom- 
linson, e. 

Westport — Henry Benedict, c; Ed. C. Bull, e. 

Weston — C. S. Prentis, c. ; William Denison. B. ; 
George Watcrbury, m. 

Wilton — John Smith, c. ; John Purvis, e. ; George 
H. Fuller, m. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn — G. J. Tillotson, c. ; Riverius Camp, e. ; 
Thomas Huntington, b. ; William Coe, u. 

Ashford — Charles Hyde, B. Williams, c. ; Ly- 
on, E. Skinner, b. ; Latham, m. 

Canterbury — Walter Clarke, Asa King, c. 

Chaplin — Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Hampton, Vacant, c. 

Killingly — Henry Robinson, Roswell Whitmore, 
George Langdon, c. ; Tubal Wakefield, Geo. Green- 
slit, Daniel Williams, b. ; — — May, m. 

Plainfield — Andrew Dunning, c. ; Martin Byrne, 
Reed, b. ; Wheeler, m. 

Pomfret — Daniel Hunt, c. ; R. S. Adams, e. ; James 
Smyther, b. 

Sterling — Jacob Allen, c. ; Peleg Peckham, John 
Gardner, b. 

Thompson — Daniel Dow, D. D., c. ; Silas Bailey, 
Nicholas Branch, b. ; E. Benton, m. 

Voluntown — Jacob Allen, c. ; Charles S. Weaver, 
G. Palmer, b. 



CLERGYMEN. 85 

Windham— John E. Tyler, William Wright, c. ; 
Henry Sherman, e, ; — Guile, b. ; — Kenney, m. ; 
Slade, u. 

Woodstock — Otis Rock wood, Benj. Ober, Thomas 
Boutelle, c. ; Bela Hicks, John Paine, b. ; H. Slade, u. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield — Jonathan Brace, David L. Parmelee, 
Ralph Smith, c. ; Truman Marsh, J. Jones, William 
Payne, G. C. V. Eastman, e. ; J. Wells, m. 

Barkhamsted — Vacant, c. 

Bethlem — Fosdick Harrison, c. ; Isaac H. Tuttle, e. 

Canaan — Edward B. Emerson, c. 

Cornwall — Joshua L. Maynard c. ; Thomas Ed- 
wards, M. 

Colebrook — Alfred E. Ives, c; Zalmon Tobey, 
Erastus Doty, b. 

Goshen— Chester Colton, c. ; Thomas Ellis, e. 

Harwinton— Charles Bentley, c. ; Henry Zell, e. 

Kent — William W. Andrews, c. ; George Foot, E. 
J. Fry, Ira Morgan, m. 

New Milford— Noah Porter, Jr., A, B. Camp, c. ; 
Enoch Huntington, e. ; Daniel Baldwin, Elijah Bald- 
win, B. ; Z. Davenport, m. 

New Hartford — Cyrus Yale, c. 

Norfolk — Joseph Eldridge, c. ; Levi Warner, m. ; 
A, B. Hubbard, b. 

Plymouth — Ephraim Lyman, Harvey D. Kitchel, 
M. Richardson, c, j William Watson, J. H. Hanson, e. 

Roxbury — Austin Isham, c. ; Geo. L. Foote, e. 

Salisbury — Adam Reid c. ; William Warland, E. ; 
Parmelee Chamberlain, m. 

Sharon — John W. Beecher, Grove L. Brownell, c. ; 
S. T. Carpenter, e. ; F. Reed, m. 

Torrington — John A. McKenstry, Samuel Day, 

Brown Emerson, c. ; Thomas Benedict, m. ; Law, 

Field, B. 

Warren — Harley Goodwin, c. ; Charles Everett, m. 

Washington — Gurdon Hayes, c. ; G. W. Gordon, £• 



80 CLERGYMEN. 

Watertown— Philo R. Hurd, c. ; Nathaniel S. Rich* 

ardson, Frederick Holcomb, D. D., e. 

Winchester — Frederick Marsh, c. ; E. Washburn, m 
Woodbury — Samuel R. Andrew, John Churchill, c. ; 

S. G. Hitchcock, e. ; William Thaciier, m. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETOwN — Johu R. Crane, Zebulon Crocker, 
Arthur Granger, James H. Francis, c. ; Samuel F. 
Jarvis, D. D., Edwin W. Wiltbank, e. ; Stephen 
Olin, D. D., A. M. Osborn, Joseph Holdrich, Laban 
Clark, Jacob F. Huber, D. D. Whedon, Daniel Bur. 
rows, William M» Willet, m. ; Frederick Wightman, 
Jonathan Goodwin, J. B. Cook, b. ; Merrit Sanford, u. 

Chatham — William Case, c. ; Sylvester Nash, e.j 
Holway, m. 

Chester — Amos S. Chesebrough, c. ; Sylvester Bar- 
rovirs, B. 

Clinton — Vacant, c. ; Charles Stearns, m. 

Durham — Charles L. Mills, c. 

East Haddam — Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, 
Stephen A. Loper, c. ; Chester Field, m. 

Haddam— David D. Field, D. D., c. 

Kiliingworth — Ephraim G. Swift, c. 

Portland — Harvey Talcott, c. 

Saybrook — Frederick W. Hotchkiss, Aaron Hovey, 
Ethan B. Crane, Frederick W. Chapman, c; Thos. 
H. Vaill, Harvey Stanley, e. ; W. G. Miller, Russel 
Jennings, b. ; Chester R. Adams, m. 

Westbrook — William A. Hyde, c; Isaac Sanford, 
R. K. Mills, M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland — Abram Marsh, c. ; Roland Lathrop, C. 
M. Turner, m. ; James Squires, b. 

Bolton — James Ely, c. ; Chester Turner, m. 

Coventry — George A. Calhoun, Chauncey Booth, 
Alpha Miller, c. 

Columbia-^-James W. Woodward, c. 



CITIES* 87 

Ellington — Biodato Brockway, Ezekiel Marsh, c. ; 
John Standisli, m. ; George Mixter, b. 

Hebron — Edgar J. Dooliltle, Charles Nichols, c. ; 
Alpheus Geer, e. ; Abraham Holway, m. 

Mansjfiold — Anson S. At wood, Reuben Torrey, c. ; 
Henry Bromley, b. ; M. P. Alderman, m. 

Somers— James P. Terry, c. ; Haskell, m. ; 

Lyon, u. 

Stafford — George II. Woodward, Elliot Palmer, c. ; 

Washington Monger, b. ; Emerson, m.; Waldo 

Lyon, u. 

Union — Samuel J. Curtis, c. 

Vernon — Chester Humphrey, Augustus Pomeroy, c. 

Willington — David Bancroft, c. ; Elisha Cush- 
man, b.; Ira M. BidwelJ, m. 



Incorporated Cities. 

HARTFORD. 

THOMAS K. BRACE, Mayor. 

Seth Terry, Recorder, 

Aldermen and Judges, 

David F. Robinson, Amos M. Collins. 

Denison Morgan, ) mj 

n^' ^u T.ir All > Aldermen. 

Timothy M. AUyn, ^ 

Common Council. 
William Hayden, Nathaniel Woodhouse, Philip Rip- 
ley, Gurdon Fox, Ezra Strong, Daniel P. Crosby, Gid- 
eon Welles, Charles Boswell, William D. Eaton, Jas. 
P. Foster, Horace Goodwin, 2d., Joseph Church, J. M. 
Goodv^^in, Albert Day, Charles Weeks, Julius Gilman,, 
Waterman Roberts, E. J. Preston, John Wing, Jr., 
Miles A. Tuttle. 

City Sheriffs — Henry Hastings, Chester Adams- 
City Clerk. — Henry Francis. 
Treasurer. — Nathaniel Goodwin. 



88 CITIES. 

Collector. — Henry Hastings. 

Auditor. — William N. Matson. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, third Monday in April. 

NEW HAVEN. 

PHILIP S. GALPIN, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges, 
Aaron N. Skinner, Elihu Atwater. 
Charles W. Curtis, ) /,, , 
ElishaDickerman, Jr. \ ■^l^^'^^'^- 

Common Council. 

Beriah Bradley, Thomas Ensign, Wyllys Peck, Mor- 
ris Tyler, Augustus Lines, James Winship, Jonas B. 
Bowditch, Charles Robinson, Leverett Shepherd, Jona- 
than Nicholson, Levi Gilbert, Abraham A. Thompson, 
John W. Fitch, Henry Hooker, William E. Vibbert, 
Charles Thompson, Alexander O. Coburn, John H. 
Chatterton, Charles A. Nettleton, Sam'l Griswold, 2d. 

Sheriffs. — Scovil Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 

Clerk.— E. C. Herrick. 

Treasurer. — Amos Townsend, Jr. 

Collector. — Gardner Morse. 

Auditor. — Enos A. Prescott. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 

NEW LONDON. 

CALEB J. ALLEN, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
Jason Beckwith, Joseph Lawrence. 

w'^ ^°"Sjass, } Mdermen. 
William Tate, ^ 

(Common Council, no return.) 



CITIES. 89 

Clerk.—Ansel C. Cady. 

Treasurer. — Daniel B. Hempstead. 

Sheriff. — Elisha Doujrlass. 

Attorney. — Nathan Belcher. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 

WILLIAM P. GREENE, Mayor, 

Gurdon Chapman, ) ^, , J Amos Cobb, 

^rastus Williams, ^ ^^^f^^^^^- ^ Jedediah Huntington, 
Common Council. 

Alvan Wickham, James Spalding, R. W. Roath, 
John Breed, E. A. Tweedy, Henry B. Norton, Leander 
Griswold, Zebulon R. Robbins. 

Clerk of City and Court. — George Perkins. 

Treasurer. — Lyman Brewer. 

Sheriffs. — Frederick Prentice, Geo. W. Smith. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. 

Apnual Meeting, first Monday in June. 



MIDDIiETOWN. 

NOAH A. PHELPS, Mayor. 

Henry D. Smith, (47^.,^.^ \ A^en May, 

John L. Smith, \ •^^«^^^^^^- \ Clark Elliott, 
Common Council, 

Edward Hughes, E. L. H. Chamberlain, Jefferson 
Bacon, Merrils Ward, Jonathan Kilborn, Jr., Theodore 
Bishop, Timothy D. Marvin, Langdon C. Hubbard, 
Samuel S. Allison, Alfred Cornwell, WiUiam B. Ward, 
Edwin Rockwell. 

Sheriffs. — Phineas Ranney, Wm. M. Ward. 

John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of City 
Court. 

City Court held on the 2d Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, third Monday in January. 



90 CITIES BOROUGHS. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

JAMES C. LOOMIS, Mayor. 

Smith Tweedy, ) ^, , J Isaac Sherman, 

George Kippen, ^^^^^^^^^-^ Josiah Hubbell, 

Common Council. 

Charles Foote, Gideon Thompson, Wm. A. Peck, 
W. B. Dyer, Chas. B. Hubbell, Hanford Lyon, Ed- 
win Porter, Selh B. Jones, Samuel F. Hurd, Isaac M. 
Conklin, O. B. Hall, David Perry, J. F. Crosby, Sylva- 
nus Sterling, William Lum, Matthew Curtis, Benjamin 
S. Smith, Abijah Hawley, Benajah Mallory, Joshua 
Lord. 

Clerk.— Philo Hurd. 

Treasurer. — N. S. Wordin. 

Sheriffs.— J. H. Whiting, D. C. Mills. 



COLCHESTER. 



DAVID B. CARROLL, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Joshua Clark, M. W. Hutchins, Daniel 
Bulkeley, Howell Rogers, A. B. Pierce, G. W. Ar- 
nold. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Elijah Ransom. 

Baihff.— D. Bulkeley. 



ESSEX. 

URIAH HAYDEN, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Uriah Hayden, Timothy Starkey, Sam- 
uel Ingham, H. L. Champlin, Elias Redfield, Gurdon 
Smith, Ezra S. Mather. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — U. S. Hayden. 

Bailiff. — Sidney Bushnell. 



BOROUGHS. 91 

WORTHINGTON. 

LYRIS LAMB, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Josiah Edwards, M. Bulldey, Horatio 
Gridley, Moses Riley, Isaac Dobson, Justus Bulkley. 
Clerk. — Timothy Boardman. 
Bailiff.— Sherlock C. Hall. 



GUILFORD. 

MILES MUNGER, Warden. 
Burgesses. — R. J. Holmes, Samuel Hale, G. C. Gris- 
wold, E. Hutchinson, William Hale, B". Fowler. 
Treasurer. — George Landon. 
Clerk. — Roger' Griswold. 
Bailiff.— L. C. Stone. 



CLINTON. 

GEORGE CARTER, Warden. 

Burgesses. — David Dibble, Jr., D. S. Wright, John 
L. Hull, Ebenezer Redfield, S. R. Dibble, William H. 
Redfield. 

Clerk. — Silas Higgins. 

Treasurer. — Edward Wright. 

Bailiff. — John R. Farnham. 



DANBURY. 

EDWARD TAYLOR, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Charles F. Starr, Stephen A. Hurlbut, 
O.^Stone. 

Treasurer. — D. Pearce. Bailiff. — D. B. Tweedy. 



N O R W A li K . 

WILLIAM J. STREET, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Charles Isaacs, Charles Thomas, Henry 
Selleck, Stiles Curtis, James Reed, Jr. 
Bailiff.— John B. Starr. 



92 BOROUGHS. 

S T A 31 F O R D . 

EZRA SCOFIELD, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Roswell Hoyt, William H. Holly, Da- 
vid W* Smith, Nathaniel E. Adams, J. W. Leeds, 
Royal L. Gay, Joseph D. Warren. 



STONINGTON. 

GEORGE E. PALMER, Warden. 
Burgesses. — C. H. Smith, C. T. Stanton, Azariah 
Stanton, T. M. Brown, R. C. Hancox, 
Treasurer and Clerk. — O. York. 
Bailiff. — Benjamin Wright. 



I.ITCHFIELD. 

JOSIAH G. BECKWITH, President. 
Clerk.— S. Trowbridge. 
Treasurer. — A. Catlin. 
Bailiff.— M. Morse. 

C LIFT ON. 

WHEELOCK THAYER, Warden. 



WATERBURY. 

EDWARD CHITTENDEN, Warden. 
Clerk.— S. B. Warner. 
Bailiff. — Willis Johnson. 



NEWTOWN. 

JOHN JOHNSON, Warden.. 
Burgesses— T). H. Belden, S. C. Blackman, J. B. 
Fairman, S. P. Barnum, Thomas Blackman, H. Beers. 
Bailiff— Josiah B. Fairchild. 
Haywards— C. B. Curtis, D. H. Belden. 



BANKS. 

Stale Commissioners on Banks. 
John C. Palmer, 
Frederick S. Wildsian. 



93 



HARTFORD BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors— David F. Robinson, James B. Hosmer, 
Barziilai Hudson, James Cowles, Roswell Brown, Hez- 
ekiah B. Chaffee, Francis Parsons, Ezra White, Jr., 
Charles Brainard, Edmund G. Howe, Ezra S. Ham- 
ilton. 

Attorney — Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Thursday in June. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in June and December, 

Capital Stock. 1,118,000 dollars. 



PHOENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunco, Cashier. 

Directors— George Beach, Cyprian Nichols, Thomas 
Belknap, Thomas Barnes, Henry Lewis, George Plum- 
mer, Frederick Tyler, Allen S. Stillman, Thomas Day, 
John A. Taintor, Denison Morgan. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Election, 1st Thursday in September. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, 1,233,100 dollars. 



94 BANKS. 

Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield. 
Asa Bacon, President. 
G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors— Asa Bacon, Samuel Buell, Theron Beach, 
Oliver Goodwin, George C. Woodruff, Benjamin De 
Forest, John C. CofFmg. 
Attorney— O. S. Seymour. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors— William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel 
Buck, Stephen Spencer, Joseph Church, Nathan Col- 
ton, Miles T. Tuttle, John Olmsted. 
Attorney— Francis Parsons. 
Discount davs, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Capital Stock, 250,000 dollars. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d., President. 
William T. Plooker, Cashier. 

Directors— Horace Goodwin, 2d., A. H, Pomroy, 
Joseph Pratt, Luther Loomis, Jesse Savage, James 
Goodwin, Jr., Elbridge Cutler, Oliver Filley, Horace 
Belderj, Henry Keney, Roland Mather. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 

Capital Stock, 516,300 dollars, with liberty to in- 
crease to 1,000,000 dollars. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors— Roderick Terry, Leonard Kennedy, L. 
B. Hanks, Abner Case, Henry Waterman, Albert W. 



BANKS. 95 

Butler, Solomon Porter, Adrian Janes, Tertius Wads- 
worth, James Dixon, S. B. Hamilton, John P. Brace, 
George Burnham. 

Attorney— Francis Fellowes. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, 500,000 dollars ; paid in, $400,000. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 

Vice-Presidents— James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Plosmer, Charles Hosmer, 
John Butler, Barzillai Hudson, Tho. K. Brace, Stephen 
Spencer, Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Jeremy 
Hoadley. 

Trustees— Richard Bigelow, Henry A. Perkins, Al- 
bert Day, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. 
Bull, Haynes L. Porter, Jesse Savage, Amos M. Col- 
lins, Edward Goodwin, Ezra S. Hamilton, William 
R ogers, Royal R. Plinman, Thomas Smith, John War- 
burton, Calvin Day, William T. Hooker, Job Allyn, 
John Beach, Edmund G. Plowe, Henry Perkins, Har- 
vey Seymour, Gideon Welles, Benjamin W. Greene. 

Treasurer — Rbuben Langdon. 

Secretary— Calvin Day. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Tov/nsend, Jr., Cashier. 

Directors— Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, S» 
A. Foot, Timothy Bishop, Roger S. Baldwin, Isaac H- 
Townsend, Zebul Bradley, Augustus R. Street, Caleb 
Britnall. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, ^ 335,000. 



96 BANKS. 

MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors— John Fitch, Joseph N. Clark, Caleb Mix, 
Elias Hotchkiss, L. G. Cannon, Nathaniel F. Thomp- 
son, Simeon Marble, Elihu Sanford, Henry White. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, Ist Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, | 300,000. 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

"William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 

Directors— Samuel St. John, William Johnson, Da- 
vid Daggett, Henry W. Edwards, Zelotes Day, Sher- 
man Smith, Erastus Lyman, Ezra C. Read, Timothy 
Dwight, Jr. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 1 to 
3 P.M. 

Capital Stock, f 500,000, all paid in. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 
Directors— Henry Hotchkiss, Lewis Hotchkiss, Elam 
Hull, Smith Tuttle, Isaac Leavenworth, Matthew G. 
Elliot, Nathaniel Bacon, Leverett Griswold, Stephen 
Bishop. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, | 500,000. 



NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 



BANKS. 97 

MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Harris Hayden, Cashier. 
Directors— Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, E. A. 
Cowles, Noah Pomeroy, James S. Brooks, E. H. Cur- 
tiss, Wyllys Woodruff, Ambrose Ives, Asa Hubbard. 
Attorney— Benajah Andrews. 
Discount day, every Wednesday, 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in November. 
Capital Stock, 1 150,000. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 

Directors— Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. 
Miner, Archibald Mercer, Edward Hallam, George R. 
Lewis, Charles A. Lewis, Felix Ansart, James Morgan, 
Nathaniel Matson, Alfred White, Richard McCurdy, 
J. C. Sistare. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 

Capital Stock, $ 100,000. 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Directors— Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Tho, 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappel, Jonathan 
Coit, Anthony Thatcher, Thomas S, Perkins, Asa Otis, 
Stephen J. Lord. 

Attorney— Thomas S. Perkins. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
7 



98 BANKS. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $ 300,000. 



WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Coddinglon Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 

Directors— Coddington Billinj^s, Joseph Lawrence, 
John Brandegee, Wanton A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, 
Adam Frink, Acors Barnes. 

Attorney— William F. Brainard. 

Discount daj^s, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

Capital Stock, $ 300,000. 



NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice-Presidents— Robert Coit, E. Chappel, A. Otis. 
Directors— Archibald Mercer, Thomas S. Perkins 
Jonathan Starr, Nojes BiiliogH, C. S. Stock[nan. 
Secretary and Treasurer— Joseph C. Sistare. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntingtoii, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier, 

Directors— Jabez Huntington, Jona. G. W. Trum- 
bull, Nathaniel Sliipman, Jedediah Huntington, John 
Isham, Jacob V/. Kinney, William A. Buckingham, 
Kussel Hubbard, James Treat, Amos Cobb, Georg© 
Bliss. Joseph Williams, Patrick Fanning. 

Attorney— George Perkins. 

Dividends, in January and July. 

Annual Meeting in June. Capital Stock, ^ 210,000. 



BANKS. 99 

THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

Vacant, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors— Edward Whiting, Walter Lester, Adam 
Larrabee, Gurdon Ciiapinan, George Hill, Nathaniel 
Parish, Bucklin Mathewson, James Stedman, 
Attorney— George Plill. * 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 4th Monday in June. 

Capital Stock, $ 209,500. * 



QUINNEBAUG BANK. 

Samuel C. Morgan, President. 
Daniel L. Trumbull, Cashier. 
Directors— Samuel C. Morgan, Henry B. Norton, 
John A. Rockwell, Frederick Prentice, Jed. Leavens, 
Erastus W^illiams, Joseph A. Yerrington, Hiram Tar- 
box, John G. Huntington, Edward Y. Thomas, Roger 
Huntington. 

Capital Stock, $ 500,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK, NORWICH. 

William WiHiami=?, President. 
Joel W. White, Cashier. 

Directors — Stephen Fitch, Sherwood Pi^aymond, Ep- 
aphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, John Brewster, Elijah A. 
Bill, H. B. Buckingham, Pt-oswell Morgan, Samuel 
Tyler, Henry B. Tracy, Albert A. Isham, Joseph Ty- 
ler, William Callyhan, Mundator T. Richards. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Dividends, March and September. 

Hours of business, from 6 A. M., to 6 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $ 125,000. 



100 BANKS. 

NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

William Williams, President. 

Vice-Presidents— Joseph Williams, Roger Hunting* 
ton, Henry Strong, Charles Johnson. 

Directors— George Bliss, Jedediah Leavens, Heze- 
kiah Lord, John Johnson,. La Fayette S. Foster, Lewis 
Hyde, Appleton Meech, Charles B. Andrews, John 
Brewster. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Jabez Huntington. 

Annual Meeting in June. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

David Smith, President. 

John Johnson, Cashier. 

Directors— David Smith, AVm. F. Clark, Joel Hyde, 

Nathaniel Coit, Welcome A. Browning, Ansel Brown, 

Nathan Stanton, Roswell Adams, Henry Tucker, W. 

W. Coit. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors— E. Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. 
Hallam, Jesse D. Noyes, B. Pomroy, John W. Hull, 
Charles P. WilUams, John F. Trumbull, William Lord. 
B. Pendleton, C. Mallory, H. Smith, C. G. Williams. 
Capital Stock, $• 56,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 

George W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 
Attorney— Charles Sabin. 
Capital Stock, 1 50,000. 






BANKS. 101 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors— Charles H. Hubbell, Hanford Lyon, F. 
C. Bassett, D. B. Nichols, Sherman Hartwell, Sher- 
wood Sterling, Hezekiah Allen, Henry Beers. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors — Nathaniel Wade, Daniel Fayerweather, 
Enoch Foote, Alexander Hamilton, Reuben Tweedy, 
Josiah Gorham, Lemuel Coleman, Samuel Stratton. 
Attorney — W. H. Noble. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $ 300,000. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors — Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaacs, Stiles 
Curtis, A. E. Beard, Buckingham Lockwood, Joseph 
W. Hubbell, L Camp, Jr. 
Attorney— Clark Bissell. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $ 177,300. 



FAIRFIELD BRANCH BANK, DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President, 
Aaron Seeley, Cashier, 



102 BANKS. 

STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
Edward Hill, Cashier. 
Directors— John W. Leeds, Theodore Davenport* 
Sands Adams, Stephen B. Provost, Daniel Lockwoodi 
John Dean, Benjamin M. Weed, Stephen Smith, Ezra 
H. Bishop, Joseph Brush, Stephen Hoyt, Jr. 
Attorney— Charles Hawley. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, 1 100,000. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jeremiah Sturges, President. 
Francis D. Perry, Cashier. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 

Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 
Directors— John Baldwin, John Webh, Levi John- 
son, Elisha G. Hammond, John A. Perkins, Henry S. 
Wolcott, Joel W. White, Hezekiah Hammond, John 
Tracy, Enos West, Abner Hendee. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John Mc 
Clellan, E. C. Eaton, William Putnam, B. P. Spalding, 
Adams White, John Gallup, 3d., Edward Fogg, Daniel 
P. Tyler, Henry G. Taintor, Asahel Hammond, Spald- 
ing Barstow. 

Discount days, every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, $ 80,000, 



BA^'Ks. 103 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 

Directors— William H. Mason, William Read, Wil- 
liam Fisher, Franklin Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Si- 
mon Davis, Talcott Crosby, Vernon Stiles, Leonard 
Ballon, N. T. Adams, Erastus Knight. 

Attorney— Simon Davis. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays, 

Annual Meeting, 2d Tuesday in October. 

Capital Stock, § 100,000. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Dyer Ames, Jr., Cashier. 

Directors— Elijah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, 
William L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor, Ralph Goodrich, 
W. J. Trench, J. H. Watkinsonji Henry G. Hubbard, 
Jesse G. Baldwin, Eben Wilcox, Joseph H. Hayden. 

Attorney— Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and FHdays. 

Annual Meeting, Isl Tuesday in January. 

Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Capital Stock, | 419,300. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors— Samuel Russell, J. W. Alsop, Ebenezer 
Jackson, William S. Camp, E. H. Roberts, Robert 
Johnson, Henry D. Smith, John Stewart, Charles R. 
Alsop, Eli Wilcox, Seth Seward, Curtis Coe. 
Attorney— Jonathan Barnes, 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 



104 BANKS. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, 1220,500. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 



Richard Rand, President. 

Vice-Presidents — Augustus Cook, Joseph Taylor. 
Directors— Charles Woodward, Joseph Arnold, Al- 
fred Southmayd, Edmund Hughes. 

Secretary and Treasurer— Henry S. Ward. 



EAST HADDAM BANK 

Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, President. 
T. C. Boardman, Cashier. 

Directors— -William Palmer, Timothy Green, E. A. 
Bulkeley, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Samuel Arnold, 2d., 
Joseph Goodspeed, George E. Goodspeed, William 
Palmer, Jr., R. S. Pratt, Jedediah R. Gardiner, Rich- 
ard Williams, Daniel B. Warner, R. W. Miller. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $ 75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 

Directors — Elisha Stearns, E^lijah Smith, Wyllys 
Gilbert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Henry Strong, 
Miner Grant, John H. Brockway, Hiram Rider. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in October, 

Capital Stock, | 79,QQQ, 



COMPANIES. 105 

TOLLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

George Kellogg, President. 

Vice-Presidents — Zalmon Storrs, Wyllys Gilbert, 
Ezra Chapman, Abner Hendee, N. O. Kellogg, R. B. 
Chamberlain, Elisha Johnson. 

Directors — Loren P. Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Ariel 
Ladd, Chauncey Griggs, Elijah W. Smith. 

Secretary — Oliver R. Isham. 

Treasurer — Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Annual Meeting, 4th Monday in June, at 2 o'clock, 
P. M., in Tolland. 



IiiMiFaaice Coiiipaities. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company, 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 
James G. Bolles, Secretary, 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Capital Stock, ^150,000. 



Proieclion Fire and Marine Insurance Company^ 
Hartford. 

Daniel VV. Clark, President. 
William Conner, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



^tna Fire Insurance Company^ Hartford, 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
Simeon L. Loom is, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



106 COMPANIES. 

Hartford County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

Daniel St. Jolin, President. 
Ward Woodbridge, Trrasurer. 
Charles Sliopard, Secretary. 
Pledged capital, .^560,000. 
Amount insured, ^7,800,000. Losses paid, $12,500. 
Number ot" members, 8,500. 
Incorporated in 1831. 

Kew London Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 

Richard Law, President. 
Coleby Chew, Secretary. 
Annual election in July. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company^ Middletown. 

Samuel Cooper, President. 
William Woodward, Secretary. 



JVew London County Mutual Fire Assurance Company^ 
Norwich. — Chartered in May^ 1840. 

Joseph Backus, President. 
John DeVVitt, Secretary. 

Norwich Fire Insurance Company, 

Charles P. Huntington, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual meeting 1st Wednesday in January. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



Norwich Mutual Assurance Company. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, N.London, AssH Treas'r. 



COMPANIES, 107 

Joseph Williams, Socretary. 
Annual meeting: 2(1 Monday in January. 
Capital Stock, ^G.GGG. 



Lilchfield Mutual Assurance Company. 

William Biiell, President. 
Sylvester Galpin, Secretary, 
Oliver Goodwin, Treasurer. 

Tolland County Mutual Insurance Company* 

Ariel [iadd, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Loren P. Waldo, Treasurer. 



fU.i Hartford and New Haven Rail Road Company. 

.'fft;" — 

David Watkinson, President. 
Valentine Reynolds, Agent, Hartford. 
James II. Wells, Treasurer. 
William Allen, Agent, New Haven. 
R, S. Van Rensellaer, Engineer and Gen. Agent, 
floratio Fitch, Secretary. 

Housatonic Rail Road Company. 

William P. Burrall, President. 
Jesse Sterling, Treasurer. 
Willian H. Noble, Secretary. 
R. B. Mason, Chief Engineer and Superintendent of 
Transportation. 



108 COLLEGES. 

JVorwich and Worcester Rail Road Company, 

Daniel Tyler, President. 
Georg^e L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
T. Willis Pratt, Superintendent of Road. 
Roger Huntington, Clerk. 

JVc?/; York^ Providence and Boston Rail Road Company, 

Courtlandt Palmer, President. 
W. Gibbs McNeil, Superintendent and Agent. 
Francis Amy, Treasurer. 



Colleges and Aeadeiisies. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 



PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D.D., LL. D., President, Bis 
Ex. Chauncoy F. Cleveland, LL. D., Hon. William S. 
Holabird, Rev. Daniel Smith, Rev. Calvin Chapin, 
D. D., Rev. David Smith, D. D., Rev. Noah Porter, 
D. D., Rev. Daniel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron Dutton, 
Rev. Abel McEvven, Rev. Diodate Brockway, Rev. 
Samuel R. Andrew, Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Hon. 
John S.Wilson, Hon. Edward Eldredge, Hon. Aaron 
N. Skinner, Hon, Clark BisscU, Hon. Elijah Warner, 
Hon. Odiah L. Sheldon. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D,, President. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL, D, Kent Professor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D., Professor of 
Chemistry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, LL. D., Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 



COLLEGES. 109 

Eli Ives, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Prac- 
tice of Physic. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., Professor of the Princi- 
ples and Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
John W. Gibbs, A. M., Professor of Sacred Litera- 
ture. 

Hon. Samuel J. Hitchcock, Instructor in the Sci- 
ence and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, D.D., Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D., Professor of 
the Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted, A. M., Professor of Natural Phi- 
losophy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, A. M., Professor of the 
Greek Language and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Henry Bronson, M. D., Professor of Materia Medi- 
ca and Therapeutics. 

Rev. William A. Lamed, A. M., Professor of Rheto- 
ric and English Literature. 

Anthony D. Stanley, A. M., Prof, of Mathematics. 
Edward C. Salisbury, A. M., t*rofessor of Arabic 
and Sanscrit. 

Charles Uv Shepard, M. D., Lecturer in Natural 
History. 

Thomas A. Thacher, A. M., Assistant Professor of 
Latin and Greek Languages. 

William D. Ely, A.M., Tutor in Nat'l. Philosophy. 
Daniel Powers, A. M., Tutor in Mathematics. 
Edward Strong, A. M., Tutor in Greek. 
Lewis J. Dudley, A. M., Tutor in Greek. 
Perkins K. Clark, A. M. Tutor in Greek. 
Joseph G.E. Lamed, A.M., Tutor in Latin. 
Increase N. Tarbox, A. M., Tutor in Latin. 
James Nooney, Tutor in Mathematics. 



110 COLLEGES. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Francois Turner, Instructor in tt'.o French Larig'e. 

Robert Bakevvell, Instructor in Drawing and F*er- 
spRctive. 

Benjamin Sillinian, Jr., A. M., Assist ant, aiidLec- 
turer m the Departments of Chemistry, Mineralogy 
and Geology. 

Luigi Roberti, Instructor in Italian, 

MEDICAL EXAiMINERF. 

Elijah Middlebrook, M. D. Earl S.vift, MJD. 
Luther Ticknor, M. D. Jeroniiah T. Deiiison,M.D. 
Dyar T. Brainard, M. D. Archibald Welch, M. D. 

LIBRARY. 

Mumber of volumes in the College Library, 13,000 
Brothers, - - - 8,500 

Linonian, ... 8,500 

Calliopean, ... 4*300 

the catalogue of 1841 2, exhibits the following 

summary: 
Theological Students, - - - ,76 

Law Students, - - - . 30 

Medical Students, 52 

Resident Graduates, - - . 3 

Seniors, - - - - - 99 

Juniors, - - - - - 111 

Sophomores, - - - - - 84 

Freshmen, - - - - - 82 

Total, 537 

C M M \Z N C li) M C \ T . 

TliC annual common.ccmcnt is on the third Thurs- 
day in August. 

vacations. 

1. Six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the 
tliird Thursday in August. 

2. Two weeks, from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks, from the last Wednesday in April. 



COLLEGES. Ill 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Tolleii, S. T. U., President ex. officio, 
Rl. Rev. Thomas C. Brovvnell, S. T. D., LL. D. ; Rev. 
Harry Crosweli, S. T. D., Charles Sigourney, Esq., 
Riciiard Adams, Esq., Jonathan Starr, Esq., Hon. 
John S. Pelers, LL. D., William U. Imlay, Esq., Sam- 
uel Tudor, Esq., Seth P. Beers, Esq., Rev. Wiiliam 
Jarvis, Hon. Isaac Toiiccy, IJon. Samuel H. Hun- 
tington, Ward Woodl)ridgo, Esq., Hon. William W, 
Boardman, Rev. Frederick Holcomb, S. T. I)., Rev. 
Stephen Jewed, Rev. George Bui^ess, William H. 
Scovili, Esq., Robert Watkinson, Esq., Tiiomas Bel- 
knap, Esq., Rev. Willianr Cooper Mead, S.T.I)., 
George Brinley. Esq., Rev. Samuel Farmer Jarvis, 
D. D., LL. D. 

Secretary of the Board — lion. Sam'I EI. Huntington. 

Treasurer — Thomas Belknap, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Tolten, S.T. D, President, and Hobart 
Professor of Belles Lottros and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, A. M., Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

John Brocklesby, Jr., A. M., Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy. 

George Sumner, M. D., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, LL. D., Profesi^or of 
Law. 

Rov. Abner Jackson, A. M., Professor of Moral and 
Intellectual Piiilosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Samuel i>. Beresford, M. D., Leclurer on Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Marcus F. ilyda, A. B., Tutor. 

Rev. Abner Jackson, A. M., Librarian. 

TJie Catalogue of 1842 exhibits the following summary : 
Seniors, 2G ; Juniors, 21 ; Sophomores, 17 ; Fresh- 
men, 16 — Total, 80. 



1 12 COLLEGES. 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the first Thurs. 
day in August, 



VACATIONS. 

1. Seven weeks, from Commencement. 

il. Two weeks, from llie Thursday before the 25th 
of December. 

3. Four weeks, from the Thursday before the 12th 
of April. 

WESLEYAN IJJNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clarke, Middletovvn ; Rev. Heman 
Bangs, New York ; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Hart- 
ford ; Aaron Sanford, Esq., Redding ; Rev. James L. 
Phelps, D. D., New York ; John L. Smith, Esq., Mid- 
dletown ; Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, Wiibraham, Mass. ; 
Hon. Abel Bliss, Wiibraham. Mass. ; Rev. John W. 
Hardy, Wiibraham, Mass. ; Rev. C. D. Cahoon, Lyn- 
don, Vt. ; Hon. Seth Sprague, Jr., Duxbury, Mass.; 
William J. Trench, Esq., Middletown ; Samuel Rus- 
sell, Esq., Middletown ; Hon. Elijah Hubbard, Middle- 
town ; Jonathan Barnes, Esq., Middletown ; Hon. WiL 
liam L. Storrs, Middletown ; Samuel D. Hubbard, 
Esq., Middletown ; Isaac Webb, Esq., Middletown ; 
Hon. Ebenezer Jackson, Middletown ; Rev. Charles 
Adams, Wiibraham, Mass. ; Rev. Stephen Ohn, D. D., 
New York. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, S. T. D., President, and Profes- 
sor of Ecclesiastical History. 

Augustus W.Smith, A.M., Professor of Mathematics, 
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, A. M,, Professor of An- 
cient Languages and Literature. 

Rev. Joseph Holdich, A. M., Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles Lettres. 



ACADEMIES. 113 

Vacant, Professor of Modern Languages, and Li- 
brarian. 

John Johnston, A. M., Professor of Natural Science. 
William R. Bagnall, A. B., Tutor. 
Commencement first Wednesday in August. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Located at East Windsor — Incorporated in May^ 1834. 



Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President, Rev. Daniel 
Dow, D. D., Rev". Nathaniel Hevvit, D. D., Rev. Asa- 
hel Nettleton, ]). D., Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D., 
Rev. George A. Caliionn, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. 
William Ely, Rev. Cyrus Yale, Rev. Ahner Brun- 
dage, Rev. Isaac Parsons, Rev. Frederick Marsh, Rev. 
Timothy P. Gillett, Rev. David L. Parmelee, Rev. Levi 
Smith, Rev. Elisha L. Cleixveland, Rev. Bennet F. 
Northrop, Hon. Eli B. Haskell, Hon. Seth Terry, 
Eraslus Ellsworth, Esq., Eliphalot Terry, Esq., Rich- 
ard E. Selden, Esq., Chester Bulkley, Esq., flerlehigh 
Haskell, Esq., James B. Hosmer, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President, and Professor 
of Christian Theology. 

Rev, Jonathan Cogswell, D. D., Professor of Ec- 
clesiastical History and Church Government. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M., Professor of Bibli- 
cal Literature. 



BISHOPS OF THE PEOTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE U, STATES. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, D. D., Eastern 
Diocese, Presiding Bishop, 

Manton Eastburti, D. D., Assistant Bishop elect, 

Massachusetts. 

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114 ACADEMIES. 

Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois. 

Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., Connecticut, 

Henry U. Ouderdonk, D. D., Pennsylvania. 

William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 

John Johns, D. D., Assistant Hishop elect, Virginia. 

Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., New York. 

Levi S, Ives, D. D., LL. D., North Carolina. 

John H. Hopkins, D. D., Vermont. 

Benjamin B. Smith, D. U., Kentucky. 

Charles P. Mclivane, D. D.. Ohio. 

George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey. 

James H. Otey, D. I)., Tennessee. 

William R. Whittinirhatn, D. D., Maryland. 

Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia. 

Christopher Gadscien, D. D., South Carolina. 

Jackson Kemper, D. D., Mississippi and Indiana. 

Samuel A. McCoskry, D. I)., Michigan. 

Leonidas Polk, D. D., Louisiana. 

William H. DeLansey, D. D., Western New York. 

Alfred Lee, D. D., Delaware. 



COMMENCEMENT OF COLLEGES. 

Bowdoin, first Wednesday in September. 

Waterville, first Wednesday in August. 

Dartmouth, last Wednesday in Jalj'. 
. University of Vermont, first Wednesday in August. 

Middlebury, third Wednesday in August. 

Norwich University, Vt., Wednesday before iho 
third Thursday in x\ugust. 

Harvard, last Wednesdav in August. 

Williaujs, third Wednesday in August. 

Amherst, fourth Wednesday in August. 

Brown University, first Wednesday in September. 

Yale, third Thursday in August. 

Washington, first Thursday in August. 

Wcsleyan University, first' Wednesday in August. 



ACADEMIES. 115 

OFFICERS OF THE CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF 
ARTS AND SCIENCES, FOR 1842 3. 

(Founded at JVew Haven, A. Z)., 1799.) 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 

Noali Webster, Vice President. 

Council — Ro^er M. Sherman, William Tully, Den- 
ison Olmsted, Josiali W. Gibbs, Eleazar T. Fitch. 

Recording Secretary — Edward C. Herrick. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Ch's 
Hooker, Edward C. Herrick. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

Publication Committee — Anthony D. Stanley, Aaron 
N. Skinner, Theodore D. Y. Woolsey. 



CONNECTICUT LITERARY INSTITUTION, 
SUFFIELD. 



Charles C. Burnett, Principal. 

Andrew S. Lovell, } . . . , 
f TT /-. II ? Assistant 

L. H. Gamwell, ^ 

Sheldon Hitchcock, Steward. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE, 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, d. Di ll. d., Presi- 
dent, ex-officio. 

Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, Principal. 
Asa J. Driggs, m. d., Secretary. 
John Beach, Treasurer, 



ELLINGTON ACADEMY. 

Rev. Richard S, Rust, Principal. 
Rev. William Merrill, Assistant Teacher. 
Miss Mary B. Lovel, Assistant Teacher in the Fe- 
male Department. 



116 INSTITUTIONS. 

BACON ACADEMY. 

Myron M. Norris, a. m., Principal. 

James Eaton, Joel Andrews, Assistant?, 

Three female teachers in the primary departments. 

CONNECTICUT ALPHA OF THE PHI BETA KAPPA 
SOCIETY. 

Prof. Denison Olmsted, President. 

Prof. Charles Hooker, Vice President. 

Prof. William Larn^d, Corresponding Secretary. 

Thomas Thacher, Treasurer. 



Iii^titittioit^. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 

JBarzillai Hudson, Secretary. 

James B. Hosmcr, Treasurer. 

Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 

INSTRirCTORS. 

Lewis Weld, a. m., Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerc, a. m., William W. Tur- 
ner, A.M., Ijuzerne Ray, a.m., Collins Stone, a.m., 
Jared A. Ayers, a. b., Henry B. Camp, a. b., Lucius 
n. Woodruff. A. M., Wilson Whiton. 

William W. Turner, Steward. 

Mrs. Phebe C. White, Matron. 

The population of New England, by the census of 
1840, was 2,234,822 ; deaf mutes, 1227; which gives 
the ratio of 1 to 1812. 



INSTITUTIONS. 117 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE, HARTFORD. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President. 
David VVatkinson, Vice President. 
William T. Ijce, Treasurer. 
James Ward, Auditor. 
Charles Slieldon, Secretary. 
Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudetj Charles 
Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, John L. Comstoek, Edward 
Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John 
Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Gains Lyman, Thomaa 
Day, John M. Nilcs, Amariali Brig^'.^m, Griffin Sted. 
man, William T. Lee, Amos M. Collins. 

Visitors — Drs. George Sumner, Eli Ives, William 
S. Pierson, Edward P. Terry, Archibald Welch. 

Managers — James H. Wells, James Ward, John 
Olmsted. 

Female Visitors—Mrs. T. C. Brownell, Mrs. Henry 
Hudson, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. R. Watkinson, 
Mrs. George Sumner, Mrs. John Olmsted. 

Dr. Ebenezer K. Hunt, Superintendent and Phy- 
sician, pro. tern. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudct, Chaplain. 



CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Directors — Richard Niles, John C. Smith, Jr., Ed- 
win Stearns. 

Amos Pilsbury, Warden. 
John C. Pilsbury, Deputy Warden. 
Anthony Morse, Clerk. 
Archibald Welch, Physician. 
Nathaniel Kellogg, Chaplain. 
The prisoners in confinement, March 31, 1842, 
were, wliite males, 148, females, 11; black males, 46, 
females, 6— Total, 211. 

The profits gained by the Institution, in the year 
ending March 31, 1842, amounted to ^8,065 29, ac- 
cording to official statement. 



118 INSTITUTIONS. 

WADS WORTH ATHANJEUM, HARTFORD, 

(Incorporated^ May^ 1842.) 

Thomas Day, President. 
John M. Niles, David Watkinson, Vice-Presidents. 
Calvin Day, Secretary. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

TRUSTEES FOR LIFE BY SUBSCRirTION. 

Daniel Wadsworth, Thomas Day, David Watkin- 
son, Thomas S. Williams, Alfred Smith, John M. Niles, 
Erastus Smith, James B. Hosmer, David F. Robinson, 
Charles H. Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Robert Watkin- 
son, James Ward, Albert Day, John Olmsted, James 
Dixon, Rosweli C. Smith, Albert W. Butler, Erastus 
Collins, Newton Case, Charles Bosv^^ell, Henry A. 
Chittenden. 

Trustees elected in June^ 1842, for one year 

William W. Turner, Henry Barnard, 2d., Gideon 
Welles, Thomas C. Perkins, George Bur^fess, James 
G. Bolles, Roland Mather, George Sumner, Ezra 
Clark, Jr., George M. Bartholomew, Mason Gross. 



YOUNG MEN S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

John W. Seymour, President. 
Ezra Clark, Jr., 1st Vice President. 
John Brocklesby, Jr., 2d Vice President. 
Dayton Hillyer, Corresponding Secretary, 
Seth H. Clark, Recording Secretary. 
Samuel Coit, Treasurer. 

Directors— Roland ?vlather, D. L. Bartlett, Horatio 
E. Day, Thomas T. Fisher, Henry K. Morgan. 



YOUNG MEN S INSTITUTE, NEW HAVEN". 

James F. Babcock, President. 
John W. Fitchj Vice President. 



IjVSTITUTIONS. 119 

William Fitcli, Recordingr Secretary. 
Pliny A. Jewett, Conespoiuling Secretary. 
Elijah Gilbert, Jr., Treasurer. 

Directors — D;ivid C. flinman, Isaac N. Prior, Philo 
II. Skidmore, William J. Fiagg. 

NORWICH LYCEU3r. 

Charles J. Lanman, President. 

James A. Ilovoy, > ,.. r> -i ♦ 

Hnn -.4 1 ^ vice Presidents, 
orace vVliittaker, ) 

Giles M. Eaton, Corresj)onding Secretary.. 

James Forsyth, Recording Secretary. 

Stephen Coit, Treasurer, 



CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Thomas Day, Esq., President. 

Vice Presidents — James L. Kingsley, ll. d., Rev, 
Dcivid D. Field, d. d., David S. Boardman, Esq., James 
Ward, Esq., Hon. John S, Peters, Thomas S. Per- 
kins, Fsq. 

Corresponding Secretary — Henry Barnard, 2d, 

Recording Secretary — Charles Hosmer. 

Treasurer — James B. Hosmer. 

Standing Committee — Rev. Leonard Bacon, d.d., 
Erastus Smith, Esq., Rev. George Burgess, E.Cham. 
pion Bacon, Esq., E. C. Herrick, Esq., Gideon Welles, 
Esq., Charles H. Olmsted, Esq. 

HARTFORD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Olmsted, President, 

John L. Comstock, ^ 

Nathan Johnson, >Vice Presidents, 

John P. Brace, ) 

William W. Turner. Corresponding Secretary. 

Erastus Smitli, Recording Secretary. 

Samuel H. Parsons, Treasurer. 

firastus Smith, Librarian. 



120 INSTITUTIONS. 

SCHOOL FUND. 

Hon Selh P. Beers, Commissioner. 

SUMMARY, 

From the Report of the Commissioner of the School 
Fund, made to the General Assembly, May Session, 
1842. 

Divided by the Committee and Board of Managers 
during the first thirteen years, (being 
an average of |35, 135 18, per annum,) |456,757 44 

Divided by the first Commissioner du- 
ring the next fifteen years, (being an 
average of |'52,061 35, per annum,) 780,920 24 

Divided by the present Commissioner 
during the last seventeen years, (being 
an average of $87,590 06, per annum,) 1,489,031 05 

Total divided to schools in 4^ years, - |2,726,708 73 

Statement exhibiting the progressive increase of 
the capital from 1825 to 1842. 

The capital on the first of June, 1825, as stated in the 
first Report of the present Commissioner, to the Le- 
gislature of 1826, vv^as |1,7 19,434 24 
In 1828, - - 1,877,615 10 
1829, - - 1,882,261 68 
1831, - - 1,9029,57 87 
1833, • - 1,929,738 50 
1835, - - 2,019,920 89 

1837, - - 2,027,402 49 

1838, - - 2,028,531 20 
1840, - - 2,040,228 74 
1842, - - 2,044,354 87 



MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, NEW HAVEN. 

Leverett Shppard, President. 
William Jennings, Vice President, 



MILITIA. 121 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

ins EXCELLENCY 

CHAUNCEY F. CLEVELAND, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Lieut. Colonel Horatio N. Case, 
Lieut. Colonel John T. Wait, 



SAids-de-Camj), 



HIS HONOR 

WILLIAM S. HOLABIRD, 
Lieutenant General. 
Major H. Tudor Brownell, ? /, . t t ^ 
Major Horatio E. Day, ^ ^ 

General Charles T. H[llye.r, Adjutant General, 
Lieut. Co]. Thomas H. Seymour, (Quarter Master Gen. 
Lieut. Col. James Ward, Commissary Gejieral, 
Major John Galfin, Pay Master General, 

governor's guards, HARTFORD. 
horse — first troop. 
Stephen H. Marcy, Major Commandant. 
Jason I. Graham, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
L. B. Page, 2d Lieutenant, 
D. Raphael, Cornet. 
W. E. Gates, Quarter Master. 

FOOT — FIRST COMPANY. 

Henry P. Averill, Major Commandant. 

Henry P. Sweetser, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 

James C. Woodruff, 2d Lieutenant. 

Humiston Chapin, 3d Lieutenant. 

V. A. Bailey, 4th Lieutenant, 

Hill Govvdy, Ensign. 



122 MILITIA. 

governor's guards, new haven. 

HORSE SLCOND TROOP. 

Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Vacant, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Vacant, Quarter Master. 

FOOT — SECOND COMPANY. 

Vacant, Major Commandant. 
Joshua Miller, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Nathan M.| Smith, 2d Lieutenant. 
Edward McNeil, 3d Lieutenant. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 
J.NMES T. Pratt, Esq., Major General. 

Major Thomas H Marshall > ^^ids-de-Camp, 

Major Benjamm H. rrescott, ^ 
Lieut. Colonel Ralph Goodwin, Division Inspector. 
Major Henry L. Clark, Division Quarter Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regi- 
ments Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry, 
and 2d Regiment Artillery. 

George C. Owen, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Ebenezer B. Phelps, Aid-de-Camp. 

James Hazard, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Salmon C. Eno, Brigade Quarter Master. 



3iiLrnA. 123 

FI1?ST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, Wethcrsfield, 
(excepting the society of Stepney,) and Windsor, (ex- 
cepting such part thereof as lies within the society of 
Turkey Hills ) 

Nathan M. Waterman, Colonel. 
Daniel S. Dewe^', Lieut. Colonel. 
John C. Dickinson, Major. 
J. H. Hayden, Adjutant ; E. E. Crofut, Qr. Master ; 
George Hungerford, Pay Master ; S. D. Jewett, Chap- 
lain ; P. W. Ellsworti), Surgeon ; W^m. R. Boardman, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Wm. Benton, Jr. J. G. Smith, Fred'k Rouvier. 

Robert Frink, Charles Nithols, Chas. W. Church. 

Wm. Willard, Zech.Larkin,Jr., Simeon Hale, Jr. 
S. S. Hayden, Orson Moore, Timothy Drake. 

John T. Lattimer, Henry Hubbard, J. C. Rockwell. 
Nathan Griswold, Oscar Phelps, L. Griswold. 
Edward Knight, F.A.Seymour, Emerson Whiting. 
Cor. Everest, C. C. Child, J. M. Stedman. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John Danforth, John Driscoll, E. S. Dickinson. 
Albert S. Hunn, Josiah S. Butler, Erastus Doming. 
Wm. S. Roberts, E. L. Pease, Alfred Bemis. 

RIFLEMEN. 
J. M. Greenleaf, Chas. A. Daniels, Russel Arnold. 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Durham, the first society 
in Chatham, the society of Stepney in Wethcrsfield, 
and that part of Berlin which lies within the society 
of Worthington. 

E. W. N. Starr, Colonel. 

Henry E. Robinson, Lieut. Colonel. 

William PL Bartlett, Major. 



124 MILITIA. 

Edward Treadway, Adjutant ; Erastus Brainard, Jr,. 
Quarter Mester ; Charles H. Sage, Pay Master. 



CAPTAINS. 

Aaron G. Pease, 
R. Sugden, Jr., 
C. H. Hubbard, 
Ashbel Bid well, 
William Sage, 
Elbert Miller, 
H. Gildersleeve, 
Morris Stevens, 



LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Isaac L. Coe, Chester Sage. 
Marshall Grimes, Albert A. Warner. 
Horace Hands, H. W.Chittenden, 
E. J. Cornwell, Fred'k Baldwin. 
Ileub. North, Jr., Charles Wood, Jr. 
Alvin B. Coe, Elbert H. Coe.. 
Saaiuel N. Hail, Hatzel Penfield 
Knowles Stevens, Benj. W. Field. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Geo. H. Taylor, F. G. Payne, Sylvester Bailey. 

Wm. Douglass, Vacant, Oliver Shepard. 

IIIFLEMEN. 

Moses F. Pelton, H. S. Chad wick, Nelson Shepard. 
Geo. F. Markham,Theodore Bishop, Nelson Austin. 
Kussel PI. Shelby, Samuel Piart, N. A. Chidsey. 



FOUIITEEKTII REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, excepting the so- 
ciety of Worthington, Bristol, Burlington, Southington, 
Avon, and that part of Canton which includes CoUins- 
ville. 

Charles U. Upson, Colonel. 

Cyrus Judd, Lieut. Colonel. 

Nathan E. Stannard, Major. 
Frederick H. Crum, Adjutant ; Lucius Pond, Quar- 
ter Master; Benjamin G. Seward, Pay Master ; Fred- 
erick A. Barton, Chaplain ; Jerry Burwell, Surgeon, 
Darwin E. Hitchcock, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Lucius Cowles, Edward Youngs, Shelden Hills. 

Nelson Taylor, L. Dickinson, Orvvin Stanley, 

Jas. H. Beckley, Emri Steele, Jere. Penfield. 

Alvin Hooding, Vacant, Vacant. 



MILITIA. 125 

Julius B. Savage, Dennis Barnes, Howard Flint. 

C. Woodford, A. Woodford, Salmon P. Wilcox. 

S. Beach, Vacant, Vacant. 

Jason Luce, Chester Bowers, Bradford Marcy. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

A. E. Finch, Joseph Gridley, Amzi P. Kent. 

William Wheeler, Thomas Bishop, Thos. J. Andrews. 
Walter Gladding, L. L. Strickland, R. G. Williams. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Asahel Gleason, J. B. Thompson, Wm. Gaylord. 
L. M. Andrews, Elias Burwell, Charles Root. 
Allen Crocker, Jolui Simmons, Vacant. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, SufTield, Granby, the first 
society in Hartland, that part of Windsor which lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills, and Canton, ex- 
cepting Collinsville and such part thereof as formerly 
belonged to New Hartford. 

Jarvis Case, Colonel. 

Simon B. Kendall, Lieut. Colonel. 

Ezekiel Hosford, Major. 

Evelon C. Eno, Adjutant ; James B. Gillet, Quar- 
ter Master ; Oswald C. Holcomb, Pay Master ; Fred- 
erick A. Barton, Chaplain ; Augustus R. Case, Sur- 
geon ; Thomas G. Hazen, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

M. E. St. John, Dennis Lattimer, E. H. Ensign. 

A. S. Burbank, Cyrus Sikes, Geo. Remington. 

Chas. W. Carter, A. B. Kilbourn, Charles Denslow\ 

CM. Dailey, Jos. Dailey, Jr., Arthur W. Foot. 

John Taylor, G. L. Hammond, Henry M. Viets. 
Tho's N. Taylor, Perkins Pratt, James R. Hayes. 

L. L. Cooley, George Dibble, Marshall O.Lee. 

L. W. Gowdy, E. B. Holcomb, Milo B. Miller. 



126 MILITIA. 

LIGHT IXFANTRY. 

Geo. A. Loomis, Joim N. Shade, Henry F. Bissell. 
Addison O. Mills, Osmon Case, Merrill J. Mills, 

RIFLEMEN. 
Fred'k M. Hayes, Ezek'l Alderman, Chauncey Owen. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, Glastonbury, East 
Hartford, Manchester and Vernon. 

Edward H. Watson, Colonel. 

Elijah Miller, Jr., Lieut. Colonel. 

Homer D. Allen, Major. 

John M. Stiles, Adjutant ; Charles H. Talcott, Qr. 

Master ; J. Augustus Wright, Pay Master ; George H. 

Nichols, Chaplain ; Sabin Stocking, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Fred'k H. Sadd, Henry Stoughton, Wm. C. Grant. 
Frary M. Hale, Aaron J. Keeney, Henry Talcott. 
S. A. Brewer, Sidnev Bidwell, Edwin C. Hills. 
Elisha L. Andrus, C. B." Knox, Milo y\' illard. 

C\ M. Phelps, John M. Smith, John Prior. 
Osmer P. Curtiss, A. W. Dickinson, Gaylord Curtiss. 
Chas. Hollister, Gid. O. Adams, J. R. Williams. 
A. K. Talcott, A. L. Thrall, Reuben P. Sage. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Smith Lee, Francis Gowdy, H. A. Ellsworth. 

D. H. Stevens, A. W. Keeney, Parley Bidwell. 
Tiiad. Welles, Gay Sampson, R. P. Talcott. 

RIFLEMEN. 
George A. Hall, R. B. Wolcott, Silas B. Terry. 
Columbus Parker, John S. Dobson, J. W. Tuttle. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Canton, Windsor, Suffield, 
Granby, Hartford, Ea«t Hartford, East Windsor, Ver- 
non. Ellington, Tolland, Somers, Willington, Staiford, 
Union, Manchester and Bloomfield. 



MILITIA. 127 

Samuel W. Thompson, Colonel. 
Jeremiah A. 'Fuller, Major. 
• Samuel W. Skinner, Adjutant ; John E. Filley, Qr. 
Master ; Jabez S. Allen, Pay Master; George Mixter, 
Chaplain; Theodore Sill, Surgeon ; Marcus L. Fisk, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CATTAINS. 1st LIEUTEXANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

L. D. Roberts, Jeffrey O. Phelps, T. C. Cadwell. 
Wm. G. Collins, Jas. T. Talcott, Samuel Stiles. 
L. G. Winter, Lucius C. Fisk, Sidney Work. 
Sam'l W. Bliss, J. E. Andrews, J. C. Phelps. 
Samuel Tripp, Horace Fox, H. Billings. 

Cornets — Chauncey N. Latimer, Asahel Perrin, Ed- 
mund Ruby, John Barnes, Flezekiah Sears. 

FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Berlin, Far- 
mington, Southington and Burlington. 

Elbridge G. Atkins, Colonel. 
Edward L. Durbar, Major. 

Charles A. Steele, Adjutant ; Lorenzo Botsford, Qr. 
Master, Henry A. Pond, Pay Master; Orsamus A. 
Allen, Chaplain ; Edward D. Babcock, Surgeon ; Geo. 
P. Steele, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTATNS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Thomas Savage, Leander Birdse^'^, Vacant. 
Allen A. Atkins, Wm. R. Blossom, John Huns. 
Samuel Stanley, Edwin Belden, D. W. Whittlesey. 
Thomas Wells, J. J. Churchill, J. Griswold. 

Cornets — Willis H. Savage, Edward N. Stanard, D. » 
W. Ellis, Arnold Bailey. 



SECOND REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Say- 
brook, Westbrook, Haddam, Simsbury and Middletown. 



128 MILITIA. 

Luther E. Hale, Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
Asa Bartholomew, Major. 

• Sereno Hubbard, Adjutant ; George W. Williams, 
Quarter Master ; Valett D. Perry, Pay Master ; Geo. 
\V. Camp, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

H. Chipman, E. P. Kendall, Martin O. Hills. 

Hiram Camp, James Young-, L. H. Carter. 
Abijah WoodrufT, Henry Kenneday, J. S. Latham. 
Bezaleel Shailor, Vacant. Benj. N. Sherman. 

J. B. Church, Erastus Phelps, Jona. A. Case, 
L. J. Lamb, Wm. H. Munson, James E. Gaday, 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments 
Infantry ; 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regi- 
ment Light Artillery. 

Samuel Rose, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Thomas Moody, Aid.de-Camp. 

H. L. Scranton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

W. E. Robinson, Brigade Quarter Master, 

SECOND EEGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Orange, East 
Haven, Woodbridge, Derby and Oxford. 

Nicholas S. Halenback, Colonel. 

Benjamin Noyes, Lieut. Colonel. 

George Abbott, Major. 

OfEn G. Wilson, Adjutant ; Owen A. Munson, Qr. 
Master ; Lorenzo Johnson, Pay Master; Lucius Beards- 
ley, Surgeon ; Levi Ives, Surgeon's Mate. 



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129 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Russel Norton, Jonah Treat, J. J. Scarritt. 

Sam'l B. Gunn, Nathan C. Smith, Isaac R. Higby. 
Isaac Hull, E.E.Morgan, Burr Frost. 

H.W.Kimberley, Z. M. Piatt, Amos Allen. 

J. T. Hotchkiss, N. Andrews, Philip Street. 

George Perry, Isaac Jaines, Geo. Lindsley. 

Eben'r Northrop, Peter Ball, Vacant. 

L. H. Sperry, John A. Dibble, G. M. Baldwin. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
J. Kneringer, C. Jackson, Eli Burritt. 

John Galpin, William Skinner, Samuel Tolles. 

Samuel Betts, John Planover, Vacant. 
John Burns, Wm. H. Bull, John B. Porter. 

John Lindsley, A. Hartshorn, David Johnson. 

RIFLEMEN. 
S. Tomlinson, Jacob F. Scott, P. Buckingham. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Saybrook, Westbrook, Haddam, (ex- 
cepting that part thereof v»^hich lies on the east side of 
Connecticut river,) Killingworth, Chester and Clinton. 

John Wilcox, Colonel. 

Charles A. Dickinson, Lieut Colonel. 

William B. Dickinson, Major. 

Richard B. Bull, Adjutant; Edwin M. Bradley, Qr. 

Master ; George E. Elliott, Pay Master ; Ebenezer O. 

Beers, Chaplain. 



CAPTAINS. 

C. S. Brainard, 
C. D.Kelsey, 
F. B. Kelsey, 
Henry G. Smith, 
H. J. Bushnell, 
Ashbel Hull, 
Albert Burt, 

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LIEUTENANTS. 

Chas. A. Tyler, 
John L. Wilcox, 
Chas. Wetmore, 

C. N. Bailev, 
R. H. Bushnell, 
George Jones, 

D. W. Blatchley, 



ENSIGNS. 

C. S. Tyler. 
M. N. Griswold. 
H. N. Elliott. 
R. B. Spencer. 
J. H. B. Pratt. 

C. D. Clark. 

D. L. Spencer. 



130 MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John R. Rossiter, Charles Dibble, Jared O. Wilcox, 
Ezra Brainard, Charles Babcock, Wiliiaiii N. Hier. 
Ogden C. Pratt, D. B. Knowles, S. G.Buckinghani 

ARTILLERY. 
Wra. J. Clark, R. C. Shepard, Theodore Blake. 

RIFLEMEN. 

C. W. Shipman, C. F. Bulkle\', L. B. Southworth, 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Guilford, Bran ford, North Haven, 
Wallingford, Madison, and North Braiiford. 

Curtis B. Bishop, Colonel. 

Ives Merriman, Lieut. Colonel. 

Richard D. Coan, Major. 

Henry K. Spencer, Adjutant; Geo. W. Davis, Qr. 

Master ; Edward S. Fowler, Pay Ivlasler ; L. S. Hough, 

Chaplain; Alvan Talcotl, Sur^reon. 

CAPTAINS. LIKUTl^KANTS, ENSIGNS. 

James A. Norton, C. W. Landon, Oliver Lyon. 

Wm. VV. Ives, Milo Ives, Chas. Woodstock. 

Jas. F. Palmer, Miner Palmer, Stanley Hall. 

Rufus Pierpont, Jas. D. A. Yale, Sharon Bassctt, 

Sam'l S. Meigs, Levi G. Evarts, Ezra S. Smith. 

ElizurLinsley, Leonard Dov/ns, Geo. F. Harrison. 

John R. Rossiter, Wm. P. Benton, D. B. Rossiter. 

S. W. Stephens, Joel !>. Bishop, Aaron C. Stone. 

Julius Smith, J. C. Mansfield, John A. Foot. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

P.L.Van Hauton, Isaac L. Sliles, Ezra S. Manson. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Waterbury, Cheshire, Meriden, Wol- 
cott, Hamden, Bethany, and Prospect. 

Stephen H. Payne, Colonel. 

O. Collins, Lieut. Colonel. 

W^iUiam Kelsey, Major. 



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John S. labcU, Adjutant; George Northrop, Qr. 
Master ; Samiud Pritchard, Pay Master ; Oliver Hop. 
fson, Chaphiin ; Noah 11. Byin^ton, Surgeon ; Timothy 
Langdon, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIh:UTENANT3. ' ENSIGNS. 

Richard Welton, H. Merriinan, Chas. T. Gully. 
Charles Mall, Sylv. Stephens, Ozias Cook. 

Lyman Butlor, Julias Augur, O.K.Johnson. 
Ives A. Lewis, S. S. Hotchkiss, Dan'i H. Holt. 
R. B. Isbell, Gid. A. Johnson, R. H. Isbell. 

Elizur Kimball, Ich. Hitchcock, John Wallace. 
E.B. W.Hitchc'k, A. T. Hotchkiss, Anson B. Peck. 
H. G. Gill, Enos Foot, Vacant. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Mark Bishop, Goo. D. Allen, Sam'l A. Tuttle. 
John S. Blako, Edwin Birdscy, Alfred P. Curtiss. 



FIRST KEGIMENT HOKSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, 
Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wallingtord, Water- 
bury, and Cheshire. 

Abel R. Hine, Colonel. 

D wight Hall, Lieut. Colonel. 

Jared R. Cook, Major. 

Jonah Clark, Adjutant; Henry S. Ford. Qr. Master ; 
Elijah B. Hine, Pay Master ; David B.Coe, Chaplain; 
L. A. Beardsley, Surgeon ; Enos E. Hemingway, Sur. 
geon's Mate. 

1st Comp. — Abram Rogers, Captain ; George W. 
Linsley, 1st Lieut. ; John J. Bartholomew, 2d Lieut.; 
Norman G. Scranton, 3d Lieut. ; William R. Frisbie, 
4th Lieut. 

2d Comp. — Hezekiah Hall, Captain ; Elisha Hall, 
1st Lieut. ; Edwin Williams, 2d Lieut.; Sereno Bar- 
tholomew, 3d Lieut. ; Sylvester Cook, 4th Lieut. ; Eli- 
zur Hall, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Orlando T. Baldwin, Captain ; Dennis 
Andrew, 1st Lieut. ; Bryan Clark, 2d Lieut. ; Isaac 
Porter, 3d Lieut. ; Ptobert Treat, Jr., 4th Lieut. ; Joha 
H. Mosiah, Cornet. 



132 MILITIA. 

THIRD REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Oxford, Guilford, Madison, Westville, 
New Haven, Milford, Branford, and Killingworth. 
Chauncey Wells, Colonel. 
Charles B. Gilbert, Lieut. Colonel. 
Isaac A. Merwin, Major. 
Colin M. Ingersoll, Adjutant ; Charles Carlile, Qr. 
Master; A. C. Hutman, Pay Master; T. C. Teas- 
dale, Chaplain ; Pliny A. Jewet, Surgeon ; Samuel 
Noyes, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS, 

H. A. Perry, Charles Smith, F. H. Chatfield. 

Ed. L. Leete, U. N. Parmelee, J. L. Field. 

H. E. Chittenden, Samuel Dudley, Sam'l Crampton. 

Samuel Hull, M. N. Sperry, L. R. Gorham. 

C. B. Doolittle, Daniel Spencer, W. Watrous. 

Vacant. Wm. E. Burns, Alonzo Johnson. 

Eli Goodrich, Gilbert Bush, T. R. Lindsley. 

Vacant. Vacant. H. P. Barnham, 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 

Amos Fowler, Esq., Major General. 

Major Edwin H. Loomis, ) /,.t , ^t 
Major Amos T. Fowler, \-Aids-de-Camp, 

Lieut. Colonel Chas. A. Converse, Division Inspector. 

Major Henry E. West, Division Quarter Master, 

THI RD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regiments In- 
fantry, and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

William C. Stanton, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Wilham Mercer, Aid-de-Camp. 
John L. Devotion, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Jonathan N. Harris, Brigade Quarter Master. 



MILITIA. 133 

THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, Salem, and the society of Millington, in East 
Haddam. 

Orrin F. Smith, Colonel. 
E. H. Douirlass, Lieut. Colonel. 
E. H. Wood worth, Major. 
A. White Bush, Adjutant ; Elisha Turner, Qr. Mas. 
ter ; B. F. Bolles, Pay Master ; Haskell, Chap- 
lain ; Frederick B. Latimer, Surgeon ; Henry E. Tur- 
ner, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Chas. E. Holt, C. R. Crocker, Edward Badett. 
O. Champion, S. A. Caulkins, Charles Gilbert. 
S. H. Atwell, O. W. Chapman, Salmon C.Vibber. 
■ Vacant, Wm. H. Beebe, P. A. Comstock. 

W. A. Bailey, James R. Moore, W. Manwaring. 
Fred'k Fosdick, John M. Parker, W. P. Brockway. 
A. G. Jones, John R. Griffin, William Way. 

Edward Morgan, Gurdon Bishop, C. K. Bishop. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Thos. T. Badett, D. A. Redfield, Sam'l Douglass. 
C. H. Wheeler, William Green, Wm. H. Palmer. 

ARTILLERY. 
George R. Miner, Thos' W. Fox, Lester S. Phillips. 
William Hall, Wm. Armstrong, Dan'l Anderson. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stonington, Groton, North Stonington, 
Ledyard, and Voluntown. 

Elias H. Brown, Colonel. 

John S. Lester, Lieut. Colonel. 

Ezra D. Cheesbrough, Major. 

Rufus M. Gallup, Adjutant; Dudley Davis, Qr- 

Master ; Henry W. Avery, Jr., Pay Master ; Charles 

S, Weaver, Chaplain; Alva Gray, Surgeon? 



134 MILITIA. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

E. C. Denison, Dennis Burdick, Vacant. 

C. E. Tufts, R. E, Burrows, F. R.. Chapman. 

G. F. Wilkinson, Geo. E. Hewitt, A. P. Williams. 

Isaac W. Howe, Arch. Robbins, B. E. Kegwin. 

Jacob L. Gallup, R. S. Stoddard, Jas. A. Billings, 

Wm. H. Davis, Stephen F. Nye, Vacant. 

Joseph Kinney, W. S. Babcock, Stanton B. Main. 

Benj. F. Lewis, Wm. H. Noyes, W. H. Peckham. 

LIGHT ITS^FAjNTRY. 

I. W. Denison, C. Morgan, E- R. Gallup, 

B. H. P. Bennett, Ellis Leonard, Horace White. 

ARTILLERY. 

C- H. Smith, Wm. Spencer, Cha's H. Allen. 
RIFLEMEri. 

H. Morgan, A. B. Latham, R. Y. Latham. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Franklin, 
Griswold, Lisbon, and Bozrah. 

Edwin Allen, Colonel. 

Dwight W. Cook, Lieut. Colonel. 

Edward W. Eells, Major. 

John B. Perry, 2d, Adjutant ; Philo M. Judson, Qr. 

Master ; H. Henry Osgood, Pay Master ; L. Casey, 

Chaplain ; Alden Wattles, Surgeon ; Frank Johnson, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS, 

Leonard Lathrop, N. P. Douglass, O. W. Champlin. 

J. R. Stanton, A. H. Davis, Wm. Ayer, Jr. 

G. E. Morgan, And. L Hough, J. Chesebrough. 

Thomas Sweety Nathan L Abel, Luther M. Ladd. 

C. F. Browning, Samuel Clift, H. W. Fanning. 

C. Browning, S. D. Johnson, Henry F. Bishop. 

Rufus Darby, R. R. Barber, Luciur H. Carey. 

John Barston, G. Maples, S. A. Gardiner. 



MILITIA. 135 

LTGTTT IIVFAINTRY. 

Dan'I P.Wheeler, F. L. Bisseil, Georfre W. Potter. 

Tho^s W. Segur, George FI. Hill, A. LfBabcock. 

KTFLKMEIV. 

S. R. Kinney, A. G. Bromley, J.M.Wooclnnansee 

E. C. Eaton, Jr., Levi Perry, Charles Judd. 

R. B. Downinjr, H. Tarbox, 2d., George Wilcox. 

Isaac Avery, 2d., H, B. Roade, Isaac Gallup, Jr. 



TWENTIF-TH KEGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, (excepting 
such part thereof as lies within the society of Milling- 
ton, Hebron, Marlborough, and Chatham, excepting 
the first society, 

Joseph U. Holmes, Colonel. 
Elijah Ransom, Lieut. Colonel, 
Philo Bevin, Major. 
Joseph Selden, Adjutant ; Hiram Veazery, Qr. Mas- 
ter ; Timothy F. Greene, Pay Master ; S. A, Loper, 
Chaplain ; N. A. Emmons, Surgeon ; J. S. Wells, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Vacant, J, B. Hungerford, J. D. Burnham. 

G. W. Arnold, O. W. Avery, S. A. Kellogg. 
H. S. Brainard, W. S. Williams, H. S. Brainard. 
Plenry Buell, Wm. Phillips, Austin Haley. 

Charles W. Lay, tienry A. Palmer, Ebenezer Snow. 
John B. Staples, Asa C Shailor, T.N.Williams. 
Vacant, E B. Bailey, G. W. Goodrich. 

J. W. Sumner, Wm. L. Ellis, Bisseil E. Post. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Plarris, R. S. Bisseil, G. L. Gilbert. 

E.F. Peck, John Stark, James E. Swan, 

Vacant, Samuel Skinner, Allen C. Clark. 



SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 
Formed from Colchester, Marlborough, East Had- 
dam, Salem, Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Preston, Wa- 
terford, New London, Groton, and Stonington. 



136 MILITIA. 

Albert F. Bennett, Colonel. 
James D. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel. 
Jedediah S. Hough, Major. 
Edward T. Moore, Adjutant; Nathan Bingham, Qr. 

Master; James M. Nelson, Pay Master; Salter, 

Chaplain ; Rufus W. Mathewson, Surgeon ; Henry H. 
Kingsley, Surgeon''s Mate. 

1st Comp. — Francis Gillett, Captain ; Helam B. 
Cone, 1st Lieut. ; William R. Tisdale, 2d Lieut. ; Sel- 
den A. Bailey, 3d Lieut. ; Isaac D. Chappell, 4th Lt. ; 
Hezekiah N. Williams, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — Isaac Johnson, Captain ; Dan Has- 
tings, 1st Lieut. ; Benadarn Pendleton, 2d Lieut. ; Pitt 
D. Rogers, 3d Lieut. ; Vacant, 4th Lieut. ; Edmund J. 
Frazier, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Robert A. Morgan, Captain ; William 
F.Mitchell, 1st Lieut.; John S. Barber, 2d Lieut.; 
Jefferson L. Avery, 3d Lieut. ; Oliver Buddington, 
4th Lieut. ; William E. Leeds, Cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th and 23d Regiments 
Infantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Battalion Ar« 
tillery. 

Calvin Daggett, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Lucius J. Hendee, Aid-de-Camp. 

— , Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Francis A. Porter, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, 
Brooklyn, Plainficld, and the south society of Killingly. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Colonel. 

Edwin S. Fitch, Lieut. Colonel. 

Epaphras Saflford, Major. 



MILITIA. 137 

Andrew C.Lester, Adjutant; Julian E. Baldwin, 
Qr. Master ; Lucius Lincoln, Pay Master ; Andrew 
Sharp, Chaplain ; Oliver Kingsley, Jr., Surgeon ; Jas. 
Burnett, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

N. B. Hall, 
Albert Frinke, 
Charles G. Main, 
Wolcott Carey, 
T. A. Lewis, 
F. D. Fuller, 
J. A. B. Douglass, 
L W. D. Pike, 

John S. French, 
W. B. Hawkins, 

L. W. Foster, 

Norman Malony, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Vacant, 
H. A. Briggs, 
C. G.Williams, 
Henry Webb, 
Jacob M. Allen, 
Edwin Pollard, 
Rich'd Lathrop, 
John Spalding, 
RIFLEMEN. 

A. Witter, Jr., 
C.Thompson, Jr. 
GRENADIERS. 

R. N. Divison, 

ARTILLERY. 
Wm. A. Owen, 



ENSIGNS. 

Loron Lincoln. 
William Olin, Jr. 
C. Cleaveland. 
A. G. Fuller. 
P. F. Smith. 
John J. Penrose, 
John Harris. 
S. D. Hutchins. 

Wm. B. Ames, 
, Pearl D. Peck. 

Sylvester Fuller. 

Joel Fox. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thomp- 
son, and Killingly, except the south society. 

Luther Day, Colonel. 
Isaac Mills, Lieut. Colonel. 
George S. F. Stoddard, Major. 
Joseph D. Bates, Adjutant ; Ransom D. Marcey, 
Qr. Master ; Jeremiah S. Wheaton, Pay Master. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

N. Williams, C. D. Sharpe, Prescott May. 

W. H. Weaver, John D. Lyon, J. S. Haughton. 

Daniel C. Basto, George S. Case, W. W. White. 

AVm. S. Taylor, Olney Davis, Vacant. 

Sam'l M. Child, Wm. Whitney, Nelson Morse. 

S. H. Davis, Elias Jacobs, C. Brown, Jr. 



138 MILITIA. 

Vacant, Otis Hiscox, R. Tonrtelott* 

And. J. WaicP, C. Hownrd, Natli'i Sessions. 

J. Wheaton, Jr., Williani Jacobs, M. A. Elliott. 

KIFLEMEN. 

C. Scarborough, M. Weatherell, S. T. Wheaton, 
T. B. Underwood, Albert Converse, C. P. StockwelU 

CD. Williams, S. S. Spragoe, Charles Stone. 

AllTILLERY. 

Otis Slater, Tho's Trucsdell, Orrin I. Lewis. 



NINETEE>JTII REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Soniers, Stafford, 
and Ellington. 

David D. Abbe, Colonel. 
Marcus Woodward, Lieut. Colonel. 
Elijah W. Smith, Major. 
Jolm W. Gilbert, Adjutant ; Eli L Smith, Qr. Ma.?- 
ter ; Henry Abbe, Pay Master ; Francis L. Robbins, 
Chaplain; Joseph P. Converse, Surgeon ; Joseph Olm- 
sted, Jr., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

M. Kingsbury. Wm. G. Little, Woodruff. 

Darius Starr, Jr., H. W. West, N. W. Charter. 

A. F. Kibbe, L H. Meacham, J. W. Russell. 

J. E. Winter, Benj. Brooks, Alvin B. Alden. 
Anson Spelman, A. G. Carew, M. Cummings. 
PL M. Chapman, F. M. Walker, L. Edgerton. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Lucius G. Fuller, Sam'l M. Darby, Elihu Chaffee. 
Henry D. Clark, Gardiner Wood, Joseph Sexton. 

RIFLEMEN. 
Adolphus King, G. A. Taylor, Luke Parsons. 
F. N.Brown, Wm. Colburn, A. L. Rogers. 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coven- 
try, Bolton, Wiliington, and Chaplin. 



MILITIA. 139 

Richard H. Rose, Colonel. 

Jonathan C. Porter, Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles Scovel, Major. 

Henry T. Hough, Adjutant ; Samuel N. Kincrsbury, 

Qr. Master; Henry W. Hutchinson, Pay Master; 

James Ely, Chaplain ; Timothy Dimick, Surgeon ; 

John H. Simmons, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. T.IEUTENANT3. ENSIGNS. 

R. p. Barrows, C.L Southworth, O. Shumway. 

E. A. Coleman, Vacant, Chauncey Clark. 

C. Scovel, Vacant, C. Kingsley. 

N. W. Talcott, D. FT. Maine, S. Loomis. 

Henry Clark, J^. Manning, J. Edwards. 

Vacant, M. N. Loomis, O. P. Loomis. 

L. Carpenter, Wm. Sprague, L. Burnham. 

H. N. Squires, J. Alcott, D. S, Goodnough. 

A. T. Knight, A. H. Snow, C. E. Hough. 

Wm. Dorrance, Vacant, A. H. Fitch. 

LKJHT INFANTRY. 

Marcus Barrows, Jabcz Sears, H. Moulton. 

Z. A. Allen, Z. Bugbee, A. A. V^ilson. 

ARTILLERY. 

John Brace, Vacant, Wm. Mason. 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Forn-'ed from Hampton, Windham, Ashford, Mans- 
field, Plainfield, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, 
Woodstock, Thompson, Hebron, and Lebanon. 
Horace Sabin, Colonel. 
Justus Collier, Major. 

Henry S. Searls, Adjutant ; Gallup, Qr. Mas- 
ter ; Nath'l M. Hyde, Pay Master ; Vacant, Chaplain ; 
Elisha Williams, Surgeon. 

1st Comp, — Samuel Bicknell, Captain; Austin P. 
Southworth, 1st Lieut. ; James M. Fuller, 2d Lieut. ; 
Ceaphus Dunham, Cornet. 



140 MILITIA. 

2d Comp. — Jirah Hyde, Captain ; Harris Keyes, 1st 
Lieut. ; Joseph P, i\insworth, 2d Lieut. ; George W. 
Lyon, Cornet, 

3d Comp. — Elias L. Williams, Captain ; James M. 
Kingsley, 1st Lieut. ; Erastus D. Post, 2d Lieut. ; Alan- 
son C. Abel, Cornet. 

4th Comp. — Judson M. Lyon, Captain ; Luther E. 
Rawson, 1st Lieut. ; Elijah M. Jackson, 2d Lieut. ; 
D wight Austin, Cornet. 



FIRST BATTALION ARTILLEUY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Wind- 
ham, Lebanon and Preston. 

Frederick W. Tread way, Major. 

Nathan L. Gallup, Quarter Master , Eleazer Jewett, 
Pay Master ; Elijah J. Huntington, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTEXANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS . 

Henry Hartson, T. G. Kingsley, D. VV. C. Lathrop. 

J. W .French, Vacant, Vacant. 

A- G. Bailey, Lyman C. Clark, J. D. Maxwell. 

W. K. Palmer, W. H. Branch, Benjamin Irish. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

Sands Adams, Esq., Major General.' 

Major W^illiam T. Miner, } n-j j n 
Major John Layden. \ -^^ds-de^^amp. 

Lieut. Colonel Edward Hill, Division Inspector, 
Major Oliver H. Perr}^, Division Q^uarter Master, 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th. 15th and 24th Regiments 
Infantry, 3d Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th Regiment 
Cavalry, and 4th Battalion Artillery, 



MILITIA. 141 

Charles W. Thorp, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Charles A. Adams, Aid-de-Camp. 

Henry Edwards, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

William I. Gould, Brigade Quarter Master. 



rOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, West- 
port, Trumbull, Huntington, and Monroe. 
Judson Curtiss, Colonel. 
Coville H. Beardslcy, Lieut. Colonel. 
Scth Seeley, Major. 
Augustus Jennings, Adjutant ; Absalom Northrop, 
Qr. Master ; Burr S. Hubbel!, Pay Master ; P. Hitch, 
cock, Chaplain ; E. B. Middlebrook, Surgeon ; An- 
drew B. Beers, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

D. Wilson, Jr , 
J. McEwen, Jr., 
Coley Bartrara, 
G. T. Thatcher, 
H. Baldwin, 
Albert Burritt, 
Wheeler Booth, 
Abel Bensley, 
Burr Beach, 

Burr Osborn, 
T. W. Taylor, 
Orlando B. Hall 
Henry P. Burr, 

John Powell, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

U. L. Morehouse, 
Philo Osborn, 
C. Seribner, 

F. M. Olmsted, 
V^^m. Bradley, 
L. L. Wilcoxson, 
Geo. Hinman, 
Norman Peck, 

I. E. Booth, 

LIGHT INFANTIi 
Morris Gould, 
A. H. Youngs. 

, Chas. Nichols, 

G. S. Adams, 
RIFLEMEN. 

Hanford Hull, 



ENSIGNS. 

Albert Osborn. 
G. F. Jackson. 
Seth A. Seers. 
S. A. Cooley. 
A. J. Gray. 
A. C. Lewis. 
Stiles Johnson. 
Isaiah Burrit, 
Elijah Beach. 

Y. 

G. Morehouse. 
G. W. Olmsted, 
.lohn Smith. 
T. F. Rockwell. 

Amariah Mallitt. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk, and 
Darien. 



142 



MILITIA. 



Haiiford Stevens, Colonel. 
Augustus Weed, Lieut. Colonel. 
Legrand Smith, Major. 
Edward B. Piatt, Adjutant ; William P. Brown, Qr. 
]SI aster ; Jared Biirtiss, Pay Master; C. Ayers, Sui- 
geon ; Stephen Raymond, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

L. R. Youngs, 
Eliianah Mead, 
L. G. Wilcox, 
M. G. Seeley, 
S. G. Wilson, 
Alonzo St. John, 
E. S. Lockwood, 
Isaac S. Jones, 
Isaac Buxton, 

N. C. Quintard, 
Win. T. Miner. 
N. S. Husled, 
Vv . E. Raymond, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Alex. Austin, 

A. R. Lane, 
S. G. Ferris, 
C. E. Djsbrow, 
J. B. Wilson, 

E. S. Arnold, 

F. B. Scofield, 
Y\'m. A. Hoyt, 

B. D. Purdy, 
EIFLEMEN. 

George Smith, 
Ed. Caprom, 
J. E. Russell, 
Sam'l St. John, 



ENSIGN?. 

Vacant. 
Lyman Mead. 
H. Johnson. 
Reed Bradley. 
Vacant. 
Elisha Seeley. 
Geo. W. Smith. 
Amzi Waters. 
C. V/. St. John. 

Vacant. 
J. H. Miner. 
C. W. Sniffin. 
Plenry lioyt. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof 
as is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, 
New Milford, (except such part thereof as lies within 
the society of New Preston,) Brooklield, New Fair- 
field, and Sherman. 

Walter B. Ferris, Colonel. 
David B. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel. 
Charles W. Northrop, Major. 
William Hall, Adjutant; John Brisco, Qr. Mas- 
ter; John C. Smith, Pay Master; S. S. Stockingi 
Chaplain ; D. W. Northrop, Surgeon ; David Buck- 
ingham, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 



113 



CAPTAINS. 

Ferris D. Hall, 
Vacant, 

B. J. Northrop, 
Chas. Patcliin, 
H. S. Wilson, 
B. B. Keelcr, 
J. A. Giddiii2;s, 
W. P. Bennett, 
11. O. Gurle} , 

Alonzo Clark, 

H. Buckingham 
J. P. Sanders, 



LIEUTKNANT.^. 

Samuel Hard, 
Isaac Picket, 

C. B. Booth, 
L. M. Crotbrt, 
B. B. Kcllong, 
Vacant, 

D. Picket, 

F. L. Siiennan, 
Vacant, 
LIGHT INFANTR 

E. Beardsle}^, Jr. 
EIFLEMKN. 

, Vacant, 
H. G. Barnum, 



ENSIGNS. 

BariiUm Jackson. 
A. Northrop. 
11. Benedict. 
E. Fcnn. 
S. Whithcad. 
Vacant, 
H. Giddings. 
Peter Wooster. 
Vacant. 
Y. 



L. Pepper. 

Vacant. 

James B. Taylor. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ridgefield, Wilton, lledding, Weatoa, 
and New Canaan. 

Frederick W. Meeker, Colonel. 

Henry B. Fanton, Lieut. Colonel. 

Francis Meel^er, Major. 

Henry Sanford, Adjutant ; Henry S. Banks, Qr. 

Master ; Aaron L. Sanford, Pay Master ; N. Bennett, 

Surgeon ; Andrew Meeker, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Vaca,nt, W.L.Stephens, Thaddeus Hoyt. 

C. Grummon, Alanson Holmes, Vacant. 

Wm. Sherwood, L. Bartram, Vacant. 

A. N. Jones, Vacant, Wm. Olmsted. 

Geo. Buckle}^, Vacant, Vacant. 

W. Ferguson, Vacant, Vacant. 

Abram Bradley, Vacant, Vacant, 

Henry Couch, S. B. Sherwood, Aaron Lyon, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Hanford Lj^on, Vacant, Vacant. 

J. Lockwood, Vacant, Vacant. 



144 MILITIA. 

FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Bethlem, Soulhbury, Wa* 
lertown, Danbury, Newtown, New Milford, Brookfield, 
and Washington. 

John B. Newton, Colonel. 
Grandison B. Warner, Major. 

John E. Hoyt, Adjutant; Henry Dibble, Qr. Mas- 
ter ; William F. Hoyt, Pay Master ; George Bennet, 
►Surgeon. 

1st Comp.— F. C. Eggleston, Captain ; H. R. Whit- 
tlesey, 1st Lieut. ; Samuel S. Tuttle, 2d Lieut. ; Joel 
Pierce, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — G. M. Barnum, Captain ; Charles W. 
Fry, 1st Lieut. ; W. A. Judd, 2d Lieut. ; Judah P. 
Crosby, Cornet. 

3d Comp.— H. S. Mygatt, Captain ; Carr Hine, 
1st Lieut. ; S. E. Squires, 2d Lieut. ; Sherman Titus, 
Cornet. 

4th Comp.— J. B. Fairchild, Captain ; E. F. Shep- 
ard, 1st Lieut. ; William Botsford, 2d Lieut. ; Leman 
Bradley, Cornet. 

THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Nor- 
ivalk, Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, West- 
port, New Canaan, Trumbull, and Huntington. 
Hall Beardslee, Colonel. 
Samuel C. Beardslee, Lieut. Colonel. 
David S. Beardslee, Major. 
Ebenezer Ayers, Jr., Adjutant ; John H. Smith, Qr. 
Master ; B.. M. Sherman, Pay Master ; Asa Hill, Sur- 
geon ; C. S. Middlebrook, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Comp. — Charles Blackman, Captain ; Oliver E. 
Plumb, 1st Lieut.; Charles B. Labaree, 2d Lieut. ; 
Joel Shelton, 3d Lieut. ; James W. Beardslee, Cornet. 



KILITIA, 145 

Sd Comp.— William H. Weed, Captain ; E. J. Rich- 
ards, 1st Lieut. ; George Whitlock, 2d Lieut. ; Chs. 
Seymour, 3d Lieut. ; Francis A. Rockwell, 4th Lieut. ; 
Joseph L. Sturg-es, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Seth W. Meeker, Captain ; Timothy 
M. Banks, 1st Lieut. ; Eleazcr Sherwood, 2d Lieut. ; 
John Buckley, 3d Lieut. ; Aaron S. Morehouse, 4th 
Lieut. ; Nathan T. Merwin, Cornet. 

4th Comp. — George Weed, Captain ; William S. 
Brown, 1st Lieut. ; Samuel B. Dayton, 2d Lieut. ; 
William M. Davenport, 3d Lieut. ; Benj. W. Mead, 
4th Lieut. ; Alpheus Brown, Cornet. 



FOURTH REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Danbury, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Trum- 
bull, and Huntington. 

Thomas P. Guycr, Colonel. 
William A. Dowd, Major. 
William O. Beard, Adjutant ; R. H. Cady, Quarter 
Master ; William H. Benedict, Pay Master ; Ira Greg- 
ory, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEXTTENANTS. 

James H. Beebe, G. S. O. Banks, A. Dickman. 

Fenelon Hubbell, T. U. Stillman, G. B. Smith. 

ChaunceyKnapp, Hiram Bell, G. W. Hoyt. 

Benj. Burton, J. B. Nichols, J. D. Brinsmade. 

E. P. Curtis, L. H. Blackman, E. C. Hawley. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16lh, and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Frederick Phelps, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Frederick L. Taylor, Aid-de-Camp. 
Peter W. Mills, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
John A. Ensign, Brigade Quarter Master. 
10 



146 MILITIA, 

TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem, Wa- 
tertovvn, Roxbury, Washington, Middlebury, and so 
much of the towns of iSew Miiford and Kent as lio 
within the society of New Preston. 

George P. Shelton, ColoneL 
William C. Bronson, Lieut. Colonel. 
George Hurlbut, Major. 
Nathaniel Wheeler, Adjutant ; Edwin L. Thomp- 
son, Quarter Master; Truman A.Warren, Pay Mas- 
ter ; Nathaniel Richardson, Chaplain ; Myron Downs, 
Surgoon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS, ENSIGNP. 

B. N. Strong, David Betts, Jr., George Staples. 

A. W. Guthrie, Sam'l I. Stoddard, Elliot Bradley. 
George E. Hall, Frederick Allen, Levi T. Scott, 
Eli N. Baldwin, .Joseph Baldwin, T. A. Warren. 
T. H. Woodrufi; Vacant, C. S. Nettleton. 
Julius Cable, D. M. Benedict, Sher. Benedict. 
Job Z. Warner, Alson Bradley, Vacant. 

H. W. Munson, Robert Porter, L. S. Bronson. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

B. T. Russell, Sherman Tuttle, William Roberts. 

RIFLEMEN. 

D. Maltoon, Amos W. Judd, Jonas Hungerford. 

ARTILLERY. 
Levi R, Tuples, Leander Odell, Vacant. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY, 

Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornwall, 
and Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within 
the society of New Preston, 

D wight W. Pierce, Colonel. 

Julius B. riamson, Lieut. Colonel. 

W. T. King, Major. 



MILITIA. 147 

Walter S. Covvlcs, Adjutant; Hsnry G. Fuller, Qr. 
Master; Stephen R. G.iy, Pay Master; H. H, Wood- 
bridge, Cliaplain ; Burritt B. North, Surgeon ; T. L. 
Andrevvis, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAIN'S. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

.Tas. Warner, Jr , T. B. Strong, E. D. Lawrence. 
Homer Edwards, E. H. Burroughs, W. T. Bull. 
N. E. Wheeler, Caleb M. Lake, B. H. Hamlin. 

Horace Ball, H. S. Jacob.s. 

Vacant, Alans on E. Todd. 

Ch'jster Curtiss, C. L. Hunt. 

W. T. Ingersoil, Vacant. 

James M. Smith, L. H. Hollister. 
LIGHT I.\I ANTilY. 

G. W. Stephens, E. Hinman. 
G. S. Miner, F. L Calhoan- 

Cha's A. Smith, C. Williams, Henry I. Davis. 

AirriLLERY.. 
A. L. Baldwin. Ezra B. Eaton. 



r. G. Merritt, 
Judson Welles, 
E. P.Hunt, 
A. S. Harrison, 
GibbsW. Skiff, 

S. A. St. John, 
D. D. Miner, 



Reuben Eaton, 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Harwinton, Torring- 

ton, Plymouth, and Warren. 

Francis Bacon, Colonel. 

John Phelps, 2d., Lieut. Colonel. 

William F. Baldwin, Major. 

Henry G. Wolcott, Adjutant ; Leverett W. Wes. 

sells, Quarter Master ; Robert F. Ensign, Pay Master ; 

William Payne, Cliaplain ; David B. W. Camp, Sur- 

geon ; Reuben M. Woodruff, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTg. ENSIGNS. 

Josiah Giles, Newton Morse, George S. Odell. 

L. Humphrey, D. B. Stanton, Vacant. 

O. L. Webster, Eli G. Catlin, John G. Buley. 

L. W. Thrall, J. A. Newberry, Linus Scoville. 

Joseph Bilge, Jr., Albin Buel, A. J. Beach. 

Henry Hamlin, Henry VVaugh, Alvah Bristol. 



148 



MILITIA. 



CAPTAINS. 

Ransom Hine, 
H. P. Hopkins, 
G. Gilbert, 
N. C. Bates, 
Hiram Fenn, 

Solo. Marsh, 2d.. 
A. D. Apley, 
Zenas Tolles, 

Francis Bacon, 
Hiram Welton, 



LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

R. W. Griswold, John Bisseil. 
George Hayes, Charles Curtiss. 
Linus Marsh, Vacant. 
C. C. Palmer, Horatio B. Ames. 
Vacant, Vacant. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



S. S. Mase, 
Geo. A. Hill, 
Timo. S. Jones, 
RIFLEMEN.. 
G. F. Davis, 
Russel Coe, 



Walter C. Palmer. 
T. D.Luddington. 
John Weekes. 

Geo. W. Beers. 
Apollos Fenn. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Hartford, Winchester, Norfolk, 
Colebrook, Barkhamsted, the second society in Hart- 
land, together with that part of Canton which formerly 
belonged to New Hartford. 

Abram G. Kellogg, Colonel. 

Henry H. Crane, Lieut. Colonel. 

Bobbins Battell, Major. 

Henry H. Bartlett, Adjutant ; , Quarter 

Master ; Albro Fyler, Pay Master ; Joseph Eldridge. 
Chaplain ; Wilham Carrington, Surgeon ; Williaoi 
Welch, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Andrew Barnes, Fred'k Lyman, 
Jason Lilly, 
Salmon Howe, 
H. I. Gaylord, 



Abner Bancroft, 
Josiah Allen, 
Vacant, 

W. R. Kentfield, H. W. Coe, 
W. S. Burwell, 
■^hn Hinsdale, 



ENSIGNS, 

Vacant. 

Noah Benedict. 
L. E. NewelL 
James Cone. 
Vacant. 



Cha's De Forest, Vacant. 
Charles Blake, Charles Alvord. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

^lair, Cha's S. Booth, James H. Coe. 

GRENADIERS. 

>ur, Wm. S. Nash, Enoch Gaines 



MILITIA, &C. 149 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. BNSIQNS. 

KIFLEMEN. 

Miles Grant, Ferris W. Cady, George Wilson. 

ARTILLERY. 

R. B. Perkins, L. W. Phelps, S. S. Merrill. 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

[Enlists throughout the Brigade.] 
Major C. Peck, Colonel. 
OHver W. Austin, Major. 

Martin Phelps, Adjutaut ; Nathaniel B. Gaylord, 
Quarter Master ; Cyrus G. Babcock, Pay Master ; 
William Church, Chaplain ; John A. Gillett, Surgeon; 
G. K. Peck, Surgeon's Mater 

1st Comp. — Sylvester M. Scoville, Captain ; Samuel 
Catlin, 1st Lieut. ; John Hart, 2d Lieut. ; Augustus 
Squire, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — Hubbard Pendleton, Captain ; Vacant, 
1st Lieut. ; Cicero Beach, 2d Lieut. ; Vacant, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — William G. Norton, Captain ; Henry 
Seymour, 1st Lieut. ; Enos Sage, 2d Lieut. ; Vacant^ 
Cornet. 

4th Comp. — James L. Hubbell, Captain ; H. Hotch- 
kiss, 1st Lieut. ; Rufus L. Pickett, 2d Lieut. ; Alan- 
son Moss, Cornet. 



Societies. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
OFFICE Rt. 

Elijah Middlebrook, M. D., President. 
Luther Ticknor, M.D., Vice President. 
Virgil Marrow Dow, M. D., Treasurer. 
Archibald Welch, M, D., Secretary. 



150 SOCIETIES. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County. 
David S. Doclge, M.D.; William C. Williams, 
Pinckney W. Ellsworth, M. D. ; George B. Ilawley^ 
M. D.; Lucias VVoodrufF. 

New Haven County. 
Timothy P. Beers, M. D. ; Lyman Parker, M. D. ; 
J. Augu. Totten, M. D. ; Charles S. Thompson, M.D. ; 
Alvan Talcott, M.D. 

JVev) London County. 
Elijah Dyer, Jr., M. D. ; Louis* Phinney, M. D. ; 
Lucicrs Tyler, M. D. ; Ashbel Woodward, M. D. ; 
Eleazer B. Downing, M. D. 

Fairfield County. 
Samuel Simons, M. D. ; Jere'h T. Denison, M.D,; 
Rufus Blakeman, M. D. ; E. B. Middlebrook, JVl. D. ; 
George Blackman. 

Windham County. 
William H. Cogswell, I\I. D. ; Harvey Campbell, 
M. D. ; William Witter, M. D. ; Chester Hunt, M. D.; 
Asa Witter, M.D. 

Litchfield County. 
Remiis M. Fowler, M . D. ; Benj. W^elcli, Jr., M. D. ; 
Samuel Buel, M. D. ; John S. Wolcott, M. D. ; Chs. 
Vaill, M. D. 

Middlesex County, 
Charles Woodward, M. D. ; Ira Hutchinson, M. D, ; 
Rufus Turner, M. D. 

Tolland County. 
Orson Wood, M.D. ; Horatio Dow, M. D. ; Oliver 
K. Isham, M.D. 



GENEKAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY OF CONjN^ECTICUT. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., President. 
Dennis Kimberly, Vice-President. 
Amos Townsend, Treasurer. 
i3. H. Bishop, Secretary. 



SOCIETIES. 151 

Edward C. Herrick, Auditor. 
John Skinner, Ajront. 
Charles Hooker, Ao^ont for the U. S. Marine Hospital. 

Directors...E. H.'^Bishop, T. P. Boers, V. M. Dow, 
John Skinner, Jotin Beach, WiUiam W. Boardrnan, 
Henry Peck, Charles Hooker, Sidney M. Stone, C. A. 
Jewett. 

Prudential Committee— Sidney M. Stone, Timothy 
P. Beers, Virgil M. Dow, 

Visitors — John Skinner, John Beach, Elias Gilbert. 
Samuel Punderson, Timothy P. Beers, Henry Peck. 

PJiysicians and Surgeons— Eli Ives, J. Knight, V. M. 
Dow, Charles Hooker, E. H. Bishop, Pliny A. Jewett. 

Commissioners— His Excellency Chauncey F. Cleve- 
land, John Skinner, Zebul Bradley. 



GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

Trustees of the MissiGiiary Society of Connecticut. 

Rev. Joel Hawcs, D. D., Hon. Seth Terry, Rev. 
Noah Porter, D. D., Hon. Elisha Stearns, Hon. Sam. 
uel J. Hitchcock, Rev. Oliver E. Daggett, Rev. Tim- 
othy P. Gillett, Rev. Alvan Bond, Thomas C. Per- 
kins, Esq., EJon. Thomas S. Williams, Rev. Horace 
Bushnell, D. p., Edvvard Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Parsons, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary and Auditor. 

Directors of the Missionary Society of Connecticut^ Aux- 
iliary to the Ayn. Home Miss. Soc. 
Rev. Thomas Punderson, Rev. Bennett Tyler, 
D. D., Rev. Samuel Spring, Jonathan Barnes, Esq., 
Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Rev. Anson S. Atwood. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D., President, 
Vice PresidenL^ — Rev. Joel Havves, D. D., John 
Hall, Esq., Pion. Thomas S. Williams, Henry Hud- 
son, Esq. 



152 SOCIETIES. 

Secretary— Edward Goodwin, Esq, 

Treasurer — Reuben Langdon, Esq. 
Directors — Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev, 
Shnbael Bartlett, Eliphalet Terry, Rev. David Smith, 
D.D., Rev. Horace Hooker, Rev. Samuel Sprinjr, Rev. 
John Bartlett, Elisha Hart, Rev. George A. Calhoun^ 
Rev. Isaac N. Sprague, Barzillai Hudson, Rev. Horaco 
Bushnel!, D. D., James B. Hosmer, Thomas Day, Rev. 
Oliver E. Daggelt, William Rogers, Rev. Robert 

Southgate. 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. . 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 

Rev. John C. Brigham, Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Edmund S. Janes, Finance Secretary. 

William Whitlock, Jr., Esq., Treasurer. 

Joseph Hyde, Esq., Gen. Agent and Asst. Treasurer. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. A, Parker, President, 
Vice Presidents — Rev. D. Harrington, Rev. N. Wild- 
man, Rev. D. T. Shailor. 

Rev.Jiimes T. Woolsey, Secretary. 
Dea. Joseph B. Gilbert. Secretary. 
Trustees— Rev. J. B. Cook, H. Ellis, H. Miller, A. 
Gregory, W. Bentley, R. Jennings, B. Cook, S, Bar- 
rows, W. Denison. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN 
TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, President. 

David F. Robinson, Vice President. 

Charles Hosmer, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — Whiiing H. Hollister, Daniel Burgess, 
Thomas Smith, Albert W. Butler, R. G. H. Hunting- 
ton. 

General Agent— Charles Hosmer. 



SOCIETIES. 153 

CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D.D., LL. D., ex-off. 
President. 

Board of Education— Rov. Silas Totten, D. D., Rev, 
Arthur C. Cox, Thomas Belitnap, William T. Lee, 
Dudley Buck, Zephaniah Preston, Denison Morgan, 
Esquires. 

Composed of all baptized persons in communion 
with that church. 

President — Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, D. D., 
ex-officio. 

Secretary — Rev. Peter Van Pelt, Philadelphia, 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST SAB. SCHOOL SOCIETY. 

Rov. N. W. Wildman, President. 
Vice Presidents— Rgv. M. G. Clark, R* C. Mills, 
C. S. Weaver. 

Rev. B. Cook, Secretary. 
Dea. G. Robinson, Treasurer. 
Managers — Rev. R. Jennings, Rev. H. R. Knapp, 
Rev. J. B. Guild, Rev. P. Brockctt, P. C. Turner, 
Rev. H. Bromlcv, Rov. E. Cushman, Rev. N. E. Shai- 
ler. Rev. J. R. Steward, Dea. W. Andrews. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

Rev. Ira R. Steward, President. 
Vice Presidents — Rev. Augustus BoUes, Rev. Addl- 
BOn Parker. 

Rev. H. Miller, Secretary. 
Joseph W. Dimock, Treasurer, 
Trustees— I. R. Steward, D. T. Shailer, T. C. Teas- 
dale, P. Brocket, H. R. Knapp, R. C. Mills. 



CONNECTICUT STATE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 
Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Hartford, President. 
Charles J. Warren, Secretary. 
Francis Parsons, Treasurer. 



154 SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY, 

Austin F. Williams, Farmington, President. 

S. S. Cowles, Hartford, Secretarj. 

Georcje Hastings, Treasurer. 

John T. Norton, Auditor. 
Rev. Josiah Brewer, General Agent — No. 7, Asylum 
street, FJartford. 

The Society meet annually, on the Wednesday next 
{succeeding the* 2d Thursday in May, alternately, at 
Hartford and New Haven. [Next meeting will be hol- 
den at Hartford.] 



WASHINGTON STATE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

Charles Chapman, Esq., Hartford, President. 

Vice Presidents— Fredus Reed, Farmington ; James 
Donaghe, New Plaven ; Rev. John Whittelsey, Salem ; 
Hiram L. Sturdevant, Danbury ; John Boyd, Winsted ; 
Daniel Kies, Brooklyn ; Raljoh Gilbert, Hebron ; Will- 
iam H. Flarris, Durham. 

William Storer, Jr., New Haven, Rec. Secretary. 

J. T. Beebe, Hartford, Corresponding Secretary. 

Royal Flint, Hartford, Treasurer, 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES IN 


CONNECTICUT. 




NO. 


SOCIETfES. 


NO. MEMBERg. 


County 


of Hartford, 


24 


7,002 


(( 


New Haven, 


24 


8,315 


u 


New London 


, 15 


5,750 


ifc 


Fairfield, 


18 


* 4,528 


»t 


Windham, 


13 


5,041 


It 


Litcli field. 


22 


4,997 


u 


Middlesex, 


7 


2,832 


u 


Tolland, 
Total, 


12 
*135 


3,146 




41,611 



* Several Societies not reported. 



SOCIETIES. 155 

HARTFORD COUNTY AORICULTERAL SOCIETY. 

Solomon Olinsted, President. 

Sidney Wadsvvorll], ) ^j. t> -i , 
m if ia; 11 > Vice ricsidcnts. 

Tliaddens Welles, ^ 

Nathan Johnson, Corresponding Secretary. 

li. Barber Case, Recoidingf Sccretury. 

Harvey Seynjour, l'roa;urer. 

Albert W. Butler, Auditor. 

E. VV. Bull, Seedsman. 

Committee of rublicalion — William James Hamers- 
ley, Gideon Welles, IJ. L. Miller. 

Committee of Arrans^ements — Silas B. Hamilton, 
Charles Collins, James L. Howard, Perry Smith, Chs. 
Mygatt. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Prof. Benjamin Silliinan, President. 
Vice [^residents- — John Hubbard, Jared Bassett, Chs. 
U. Pond, James D. Woostcr. 

PI, Whiting, Recording Secrelar)'. 

A. Blackman, Corresponding Secretary. 

A. S. Monson, Treaturer. 

I«iEW HAVEN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Dr. Alfred S. Monson, President. 

/-« D I,- t Vice Presidents. 

O Robmson, ) 

Benjamin Silliman, Jr., Corresponding Secretary. 

William T. Peters, m. d., Bee. Sec. and Treasurer. 



YALE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY, NEW HAVEN. 

William Tully, President. 
Council — Benjamin Silliman, Eli Ives, Jonathan 
Knight, Edward C. Herrick. 

Secretary and Treaj^urer — Benjamin Silliman, Jr. 
Librarian— Edward C. Herrick. 



156 VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 

OFFICIAL CANVASS FOR GOVERNOR, 1842. 



Q 



t>!l 



o 



2 JS- 



Counties. 




s. 


? 






^' 


Hartford County, 


4735 


4775 


228 


322 


20 


New Haven 


do. 


4278 


4065 


179 


50 


2 


New London 


, do. 


3071 


2725 


132 


32 


18 


Fairfield 


do. 


3712 


3434 


106 


53 


3 


Windham 


do. 


2127 


2107 


93 


22 


4 


Litchfield 


do. 


3739 


3455 


311 


20 


3 


Middlesex 


do. 


2202 


1647 


179 


18 


5 


Tolland 


do. 


1700 


1492 


91 


95 


3 



Total, 



25,564 23,700 1,319 612 58 



LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

James C. Palmer, Esq., Surveyor General. 

DEPUTIES. 

County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Ho.rtford. 

** New Haven — Noyes Darling, New Haven. 

*« New London — Isaac Gallup, Preston, 

»' Fairfield — Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 

<» Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 

*« Litchfield — William M. IJurrall, Canaan. 

•* Middlesex — Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER STEAM BOAT COMPANY. 

Charles H. Northam, President and Treasurer. 
James M. Bunce, Secretary. 
Directors— Charles H. Northam, M. Sanford, S. B. 
Stone, M. W. Chapin, J. N. Clark. 



TABLES. 1 57 

Tahle^ showing the number of Representatives^ to which 
the several States arc entitled^ by the Census o/* 1840. 



Maine, 


- 7 


Georgia, 


8 


New HjMTipshire, 


4 


Alabama, 


- . 7 


Massachusetts, 


10 


Louisiana, 


4 


Rhode Island, 


- 2 


Mississippi, 


. 4 


Connecticut. 


- 4 


Tennesce, 


. 11 


Vermont, 


4 


Kentucky, 


- 10 


New York, 


- 34 


Ohio, 


- 21 


New Jersey, 


- 5 


Indiana, 


10 


Pennsylvania, 


- 24 


Illinois, 


7 


Delaware, 


1 


Missouri, 


5 


Maryland, 


- 6 


Arkansas, 


- 1 


Virginia, 


15 


Michigan, 


3 


North Carolina, 


9 






South Carolina, 


7 


Total, 


223 



Table, showing the number of persons in the U. Slafrg^ 

employed in the various occupations; by the Census of 

1840. 

Mining, . - - - . 15,9o0 

Agriculture, - - . - 3,719,951 

Commerce, . . - - 117,606 

Manufactures and Trades, - , 791,739 

Navigation of the Ocean, - - 56,021 

Do. of Canals, Lakes, and Rivers, C2,976 

Learned Professions and Engineers, - 65.255 

Pensioners, . . . , 20,798 

With regard to agriculture, the States which are 
most prominent, are New York, which employs 455,- 
954 ; Pennsylvania, 257,533 ; Virginia, 318,770 ; North 
Carolina, 217,095; South Carolina, 198.363; Geor- 
gia, 209,383; Tennessee, 227,739; Kentucky, I97,v 
738 ; Ohio, 272,579. 



153 GOVERNORS OF THE STATES, 

C .1 O y E II N O R s 

OF THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, WITH THEIR SAL- 
ARIES AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 



-Stales. 


Coveniors. 


Salary 


. Tenn 


Term expires.! 


Maine, 


John Fairiieid, 


1,509 




Jan.* 


1843 


N. PI. 


Henry Hubbard, 


1,203 




June, 


1843 


Vt. 


Charles Paine, 


750 




Oct. 


1844 


Mass. 


John Davis, 


3,666.^ 




Jan. 


1843 


R.I. 


Samuel W. King-, 


400" 




May, 


1843 


Conn. 


C. F. Cleveland, 


1,100 




May, 


1843 


N. Y. 


William C. Bouck, 


4,000 


2 


Jan. 


1845 


N. J, 


Wm. Pennington, 


2,000 


1 . 


Oct. 


1843 


Penn. 


David R. Poster, 


4,000 


3 


Jan. 


1845 


Del. 


Wm. B.Cooper, 


1,333^ 


3 


Jan. 


1844 


Md. 


Francis Thomas, 


4,200 


3 


Jan. 


1845 


Va. 


J. M. Gregory, ^^c\ 


3,333i 


3 


Mar. 


1843 


N. C. 


J. M. Morehead, 


2,000 


2 


Jan. 


1845 


s.c. 


James Hammond, 


3.500 


2 


Dec. 


1844 


Ga. 


C.J. McDonald, 


3,500 


2 


Nov. 


1843 


Ala. 


Benj. FitzpaLrick, 


3,500 


2 


Dec. 


1843 


Mp. 


T. M. Tucker, 


3,000 


2 


Jan. 


1844 


La. 


Alex. Mo n ton, 


7,500 


4 


Jan. 


1847 


Ark. 


Archibald Yell, 


2,000 


4 


Nov. 


1844 


Tenn. 


James C. Jones, 


2,000 


2 


Oct. 


1843 


Ky. 


Robert P. Letcher, 


2,500 


4 


Sept. 


1844 


Ohio, 


Wilson Shannon, 


1.500 


2 


Dec. 


1844 


Mich. . 


John S. I>arry, 


2,000 


2 


Jan. 


1844 


Ind. 


3a mil el Bij^-ger, 


L500 


3 


Dec. 


1843 


111. 


rhomas Ford, 


1,000 


4 


Dec. 


1846 


Mo. ' 


rhomas Reynolds, 


1,500 


4 


Yov. 


1844 


Territ. 












Flor. 


Richard H. Call, i 


2500 


3 ] 


Dec. 


1844 


Wise. , 


ames D. Doty, ' 


2,500 


3 J 


Vlar. 


1844 
1844 


Iowa, 


ohn Chambers, i 


2 500 


3 . 


ruly, 



In New Jersey, Virginia, and South Carolina, the 
Governors are appointed by the Legislatures; and if 
no one has a majority of votes for Governor in the 
States where a majority is requisite, the Legislature 
elects to the office one of the candidates voted for bj 
the people. 



UNITED STATES GOVEltNMENT. 150 



United States Calendar. 

Executive Govcrnmenl, 
JOIiN TYLER, of Virginia, President, 
Salary $25,000 per anviutn. 
Vacant, Vice President. 
Salary |5,000 per annum. 
[William H. Harrison having deceased the 4th of 
April, 1841, John Tyler, in accordance with the pro- 
vision of the Constitution of the United Slates, be- 
came President.] — 

THE CABINET. Salary, 

Daniel Webster, of Mass., Secrdarij of State. $ 6,000 
Walter Forward, of Penn., Secretcu\y of Treasury., 6,000 
John C. Spencer, of N. Y., Secretary of War, 6,000 
Abel P. Upsher, of Virginia, Secretary of J^avy, 6,000 
Chas. A. WicklifFe, of Ky., Postmaster GeneraU 6,000 
Hugh S. Legare, of S.Carolina, Attorney GeneraU 4,000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Walter Forward, Secretary, - - $6,000 

James W. McCullok, First Comptroller, , 3,500 

Albion K. Parris, Second Comptrijller, - 3,000 

Tully R. W^ise, First Auditor, - - - 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, - 3,000 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, . - - 3,000 

Aaron O. Dayton, Fourth Auditor, - - 3,000 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, - 3,000 

William Selden, Treasurer, - - . 3,000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, . - . 3,000 

Charles B. Penrose, Solicitor, - . 3,500 

Thomas H. Blake, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 
John Williamson, Roc. Gen. Land Office. 
Charles Hopkins, Solicitor General Land Office. 

Henry L Ellsworth, Commissibner of Patents, 3,000 

Robert M. Patterson, Director of the Mint, 3,500 

Isaac Roach, Treasurer of the Mint, . 2,0U0 



160 UNITED STATES GOVEKNMENT, 
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles A. Wickliffe, Postmaster General, $6,000 

tSelah R. Hobbie, First Assistant P. M. G., Con- 

tract office, 2,500 

John A. Bryan, Second Assistant P. M. G., Ap- 
pointment office, , 2,500 

John S. Skinner, Third Assistant P. M. G., In- 
spection office, 2,500 

John Marion, Chief Clerk Post Office Depart- 
ment, 2,000 

Elisha Whittlesey, Auditor of the Treasury for 

the Post Office, 3,000 

Peter G. Washington, Chief Clerk of the Auditor, 2,000 

E. T. Bridge, Mail Agent for New England, 

WAR DEPARTMENT, 

John C. Spencer, Secretary. 

Bureau of Indian jiff airs. 
T. H. Crawford, Commissioner. 

Pension Bureau. 
James L. Edwards, Commissioner. 

Head Quarters of ike Army, 
Winfield Scott, Major General Commanding. 
R. Jones, Brev. Brig, and Adj. General. 
L. Thomas, Maj. and Assistant do. 

. Quarter Master\i Bureau. 
T. S. Jessup, Brev. Maj. Gen. and Qr. Mast. Gen. 

Clothing and Equipage Bureau, 
Vacant, Com. Gen. of Purchase. 
Subsistence Bureau. 
G. Gibson, Brev. Brig. Gen. Com. Gen. Sub. 

Pai/ Bureau. 
N. Towson, Brev. Brig. Gen. and Pay M. Gen. 

Medical and Surgical Bureau. 
Thomas Lawson, Surgeon General. 



SENATORS. 



161 



Engineer Bureau, 
J. G, Totien, Colonel and Chief Engineer. 

Topographical Bureau, 
John J. Albert, Chief Topographical Engineer. 

Ordnance Bureau. 
George Bomford, Col. and Chief of Corps. 



NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Abel P. Upsher, Secretary. 

JVaval Bureaus, 
Lewis Warrington, Chief of Ba. of Docks &; Yards. 
Wm. M. Crane, do, do. Ordn, and Hydro. 

David Connor, do. do. Const, and Equip. 

C. W. Goldsborough, do. do. Prov.and Cloth'g. 
W. P. C. Barton, do. do. Medi. & Surg. In. 



MST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

W. P. Man GUM, of JVorlh Carolina, President of the 

Senate, 

Asbury D-ickins, Secretary — Salary, $3,000. 



MAINE. 




CONNECTICUT. 




Ruel Williams. 


1843 


Perry Smith, 


1843 


George Evans, 


1847 


J. W. Huntington, 


1845 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 




NEW YORK. 




Leonard Wilcox, 


1843 


Silas Wright, 


1843 


Levi Woodbury, 


1847 


N. P. Tallmadge, 


1845 


VERMONT. 




NEW JERSEY. 




Samuel C. Crafts, 


1843 


W. L. Dayton, 


1845 


Samuel Phelps, 


1845 


Jacob W. Miller, 


1847 


MASSACHUSETTS 




PENNSYLVANIA. 




Rufus Choate, 


1843 


James Buchanan, 


1843 


Isaac C. Bates, 


1847 


Daniel Sturgeon, 


1845 


RHODE ISLAND. 




DELAWARE. 




William Sprague, 


1845 


Richard H. Bayard, 


1845 


James F. Simmons, 
11 


1847 


Thomas Clayton, 


1847 



162 



SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 

John Leeds Kerr, 
Wm. D. Merrick, 


1843 
1843 


TENNESSEE. 

Vacant, 
Vacant, 


1845 
1847 


VIRGINIA. 

William C. Rives, 
William S. Archer, 


1845 
1847 


KENTUCKY. 

John J. Chittenden, 
J. T. Morehead, 


1843 
1847 


NORTH CAROLINA 

William A. Graham, 
W. P. Mangum, 


1843 

1847 


OHIO. 

Wilham Allen, 
Benjamin Tappan, 


1843 
1845 


SOUTH CAROLINA 

George McDaffie, 
John C. Calhoun, 


1843 
1847 


INDIANA. 

Oliver PI. Smith, 
Albert S. White, 


1843 
1845 


GEORGIA. 

W. T. Colquitt, 
John M. Berrien, 


1843 
1847 


ILLINIOIS. 

Richard M. Young, 
Samuel Mc Roberts, 


1843 
1847 


ALABAMA. 

Arthur P. Bagley, 
WiUiam R. King, 


1843 
1847 


MISSOURI, 

Lewis F. Linn, 
Thomas H. Benton, 


1843 
1845 


MISSISSIPPI. 

John Henderson, 
Robert J. Walker, 


1845 

1847 


ARKANSAS. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, 
William S. Fulton, 


1845 
1847 


LOUISIANA. 

Charles M. Conrad, 
Alexander Barrow, 


1843 
1847 


MICHIGAN. 

Augustus PI. Porter, 
Wm. Woodbridge, 


1845 
1847 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



John White, of Kentucky, Speaker, 
Matthew St. C. Clarke, Clerk. 

Maine, 
Nathan Clifford, W. P, Fessenden, Benjamin Ran- 
dall, David Bronson, Nathaniel S. Litllefield, Alfred 
Marshall, Joshua A. Lowell, Ehsha PI. Allen. 

JVe?y; Hampshire. — General Ticket. 
Tristam Shaw, I. A. Eastman, Charles G. Atherton, 
Edmund Burke, John R. Reding. 



BEPRESENTATIVES. 163 

Vermont* 

Ililand Hall, William Slade, Horace Everett, Au. 
gustus Y^oung, Jolm Mattocks. 

Massachusetts. 
R. C. Winthrop, Leverett Saltonstall, Caleb Gush- 
ing, William Panneiiter, Charles Hudson, Osmyn Ba- 
ker, George N. Brigirs, William B. Calhoun, Nathaniel 
B. Borden, Barker Burnell, Jolm Quincy Adams. 

Connecticut. 
Joseph Trumbull, William W. Boardman, Thomas 
W. Williams, Thomas B. Osborne, Truman Smith, 
John H. Brockwaj. 

Rhode Island, — General Ticket. 

Joseph L. Tillinghast, Robert B. Cranston. 
JVeiv York. 

Charles A. Floyd, Joseph Egbert, John McKeon, 
James J. Roosevelt, Fernando Wood, Ciiarles G. Fer- 
ris, Aaron Ward, Richard D. Davis, James G. Clinton, 
John Van Buren, R. McCIellan, Jacob Houck, Jr., 
Hiram P.Hunt, Daniel D. Barnard, Archibald L. Linn, 
Bernard Blair, Thomas A. Tomlinson, Henry Van 
Rensellaer, John Sanford, Andrew W. Doig, John G. 
FIo3^d, David P. Brewster, T. C. Chittenden, Samuel 
S. Bowne, Samuel Gordon, John C. Clark, Lewis 
Riggs, Samuel Partridge, Victory Birdseye, A. L. Fos- 
ter, Christopher Morgan, John Maynard, Francis Gran- 
ger, William M. Oliver, Timothy Childs, Seth M. 
Gates, John Young, Stanley N. Clark, Millard Fill- 
more, Alfred Babcock. 

Kew Jersey.— General Ticket. 
J. B. Aycrlgg, J. P. B. Maxwell, William Halsled, 
Joseph F. Randolph, Charles C. Stratton, Thomas J. 
Yorke. 

Delaware. 
George B. Rodney. 



164 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Pennsylvania. 

Charles Brown, George W. Toland, Charles J. In- 
gersoU, John Edwards, Jeremiah Brown, Frs. James, 

Joseph Fornance, , John Westbrook, 

Peter Newhard, George M. Keim, William Simonton, 
James Gerry, James Cooper, Amos Gustine, James 
Irvine, Benjamin A. Bidlack, John Snyder, Albert G. 
Marchand, Andrew Stewart, William W. Irwin, Will- 
iam Jack, Thomas Henry, Arnold Plumer, Almon H. 
Reed. 2 vacancies. 

Ohio, 

N. G. Pendleton, John B. Weller, Patrick G. Goode, 
Jeremiah Morrow, William Doane, Calvary Morris, 
William Russell, Joseph Ridgway, William Medill, 
Samson Mason, B. S. Corwin, Joshua Mathiot, James 
Matthews, George Sweeney, S. J. Andrews, Joshua 
R. Giddings, John Hastings, Ezra Dean, Samuel 
Stokely. 

Virginia, 

Henry A. Wise, Francis Mallory, George B. Cary, 
John M. Botts, R. M. T. Hunter, John Taliaferro, 
Cuthbert Powell, William O. Goode, John W, Jones, 
E. W. Hubard, Walter Coles, Thomas W. Gilmer, 
William L. Goggin, R. W. Barton, William A. Harris, 
A. H. H. Stuart, George W. Hopkins, George W. 
Summers, S. L. Hays, Lewis Steinrod. 1 vacant. 

Maryland, 
Isaac D. Jones, James A. Pearce, J. P. Kennedy, 
Alexander Randall, William Cost Johnson, John T. 
Mason, Augustus R. SoUers. 1 vacant. 

J^orth Carolina, 

Kenneth Rayner, John R. J. Daniel, Edw. Stanley, 
Wilham H. Washington, James J. McKay, Archibald 
Arrington, Edmund Deberry, R. M. Saunders, Augus- 
tine H. Shepherd, Abram Rencher, Green W. Cald- 
well, James Graham. 1 vacant. 



REPRESENT ATIVKS. 165 

South Carolina, 
Isaac E. Holmes, William Butler, F. W. Pickens, 
John Campbell, James Rogers, Thomas D. Sumter. 
R. Barnwell Rhett, C. P. Caldwell, S. W. Scotti. 

Georgia. — General Ticket. 
Lott Warren, Thomas Butler King, Roger L. Gam- 
ble, James A. Merriwether, Thomas F. Foster. 4 vac. 
Alabama. — General Ticket. 
Reuben Chapman, G. S. Houston, W. W. Payne, 
Dixon H. Lewis, Benjamin G. Shields. 

Mississippi. — General Ticket. 
A. L. Bingaman, W. R. Harley. 

Louisiana. 
Edward D. White, J. B. Dawson, John Moore. 

Arkansas, 
Edward Cross. 

Tennessee. 
Thomas D. Arnold, Abraham McCIellan, Joseph L. 
Williams, Thomas J. Campbell, Hopkins L. Turney, 
William B. Campbell, Robert L. Caruthers, Meredith 
P. Gentry, Harvey M. Watterson, Aaron V. Brown, 
Cave Johnson, Milton Brown, Christopher H. Will- 
iams. 

Kentucky. 
Linn Boyd, Philip Triplet, Joseph R. Underwood, 
Bryan W. Owsley, John B. Thompson, Willis Green, 
John Pope, James C. Sprigg, John White, Thomas 
F. Marshall, I^andrafF W. Andrews, Garret Davis, 
William O. Butler. 

Illinois. 
Zadock Casey, John Reynolds, John T. Stewart. 

Indiana. 
George W. Profit, Richard W. Thompson, Joseph 
L. White, James H. Cravens, Aijdre\y Kennedy, Da^-* 
vid Wallace, Henry S. Lane, 



166 COMMITTEES. 

Missouri. — General Ticket. 
John Miller, John C. Edwards. 

Michigan, 
Jacob M. Howard. 

TERRITORIES. 

Florida. — 1 Delegate. 
Vacant. 

Wisconsin. — 1 Delegate. 
Henry Dodge. 

Iowa — 1 Delegate. 
Augustus C. Dodge. 

CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 

On Foreign Relations — William S. Archer. 
Finance — George Evans. 
Commerce— Jabez W. Huntington. 
Manufactures — James F. Simmons. 
Agriculture — Lewis F. Linn. 
Military Affairs — John J. Crittenden. 
Militia — Alexander Barrow. 
Naval Affairs — Richard A. Bayard. 
Public Lands — Oliver H. Smith. 
Private Land Claims — John Henderson. 
Indian Affairs — Albert S. White. 
Claims — William A. Graham. 
Revolutionary Claims — Samuel Phelps. 
Judiciary — John M. Berrien. 
Post Ofiices and Roads — William D. Merrick. 
Roads and Canals — A. H. Porter. 
Pensions — Isaac C. Bates. 
District of Columbia— Jacob W. Miller. 
Patents and Patent Office — John Leeds Kerr. 
Retrenchment — J. T. Morehead. 
Public Buildings — WilHam S. Fulton. 
Contingent Expenses — Benjamin Tappan, 
Printing — Thomas Clayton. 
Enrolled Bills — William Sprague. 
Engrossed Bills — Charles M. Conrad. 
Librarv — William Woodbridge, 



COMMITTEES JUDICIARY. 167 

CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE. 

On Elections — Willi.im II aisled, of New Jersey. 
Ways and Means — Miilard Fillmore, of New York. 
Commerce — J. P. Kennedy, of Maryland, 
Public Lands — Jeremiah Morrow, of Ohio. 
PoslO ffices and Roads — George N. Briggs, of Mass. 
Claims — Joshua R. Giddings, of Ohio. 
District of Columbia — J. R. Uunderwood, of Ky. 
Manufactures — Lcverctt Saltonstall, of Mass. 
Agriculture — Edtnund Deberry, of North Carolina. 
Judiciary — Daniel D. Barnard, of New York. 
Revolutionary Claims — Ililand flail, of Vermont. 
Public Expenditures — Arcli. L. Linn, of N. York. 
Foreign Relations— John Quincy Adarns, of Mass. 
Militia — George M. Keim, of Pennsylvania. 
Military Affairs — Edward Stanlc}', of N. Carolina, 
Naval Affairs — Henry A. Wise, of Virginia. 
Pensions— John Pope, of Kentucky. 
Revolutionary Pensions — John Talliaferro, of Va, 
Invalid Pensioners — Calvary Morris, of Ohio. 
Indian Affairs — James Cooper, of Pennsylvania. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Supreme Court of the United States, 

Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in Januar}^, 

annually. 

Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, salary, $5,000 

Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, do. 4,500 

Smith Thompson, do. do. 4,500 

John McLean, do. do. 4,5C0 

Henry Baldwin, do. do. 4,500 

James M. Wayne, do. do. 4,500 

Peter Y. Daniel, do. do. 4,500 

William Catron, do. do. 4,500 

John McKinley, do. ' do. 4,500 

Hugh S. Legare, Attorney General, do. 4,000 

Richard Peters, Jr., Reporter of Decisions, 1,000 

William T. Carroll, Clerk, 1,000 

Alexander Hunter, Marshall, Salary, Fees of ofEce. 



168 OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS, &C, 

UNITED STATES COURTS IN CONNECTICUT. 

February, District— New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
April, Circuit — New Haven, last Wednesday. 

May, District—Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
September, Circuit— Hartford, 17th day.* 
November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

* When the day o<Jcui*s on Sunday, the Session com- 
mences on the following Monday. 

DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge; Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Clerk ; Charles Chapman, Attorney ; John B. Eldridge^ 
Marshall ; Charles W. Curtiss, New Haven, Deputy 
Marshall. 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London — Wolcott Huntington, Collector ; Eli- 
jah Ames, Dep. ; John French, Surveyor ; John How- 
ard, Inspector, John Mason, Keeper of Light House. 

Stonington — Giles Hallam, Collector and Surveyor ; 
James Stanton, Inspector. 

Middlelown — Austin Baldwin, Collector ; L. Hub- 
bard, Dep. ; Daniel Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown ; 
William Willard, Surveyor, Saybrook ; Perry Smith, 
Surveyor and Inspector, Hartfordc 

New Haven — James Donaghe, Collector ; John T. 
Coltis, Surveyor. 

Inspectors — Marcus Merriman, Jr., Timothy Les- 
ter, Eli Mix, 2d, Samuel Niles, David Kimberly, Wil- 
liam Myers, Amos Baker, New Haven. — RichM Fow- 
ler, Guilford and Madison. — Daniel S. Redfield, Bran, 
ford and Saohem*s Head. — Anthony Stowe, Milford 
and Derby. 

Fairfield — Joseph Thompson, Collector* 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 169 

MINISTERS ABROAD. 

Minislers^ diarize des Affaire^ &cc.^ of the United States^ 
in Foreign Countries. 

Great Britain — Edward Everett, Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary ; Benjamin Rush, Secretary of Legation. 

France — Vacant, Minister Plenipotentiary ; Henry 
Ledyard, Secretary of Lcgulion. 

Spain — Wasliington Irving, Minister Plenipotcn- 
tiury. 

Russia — Charles S. Todd, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Prussia — Henry VVheaton, Minister Plenipotentiary, 

Austria— Daniel Jenifer^ Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Mexico — VVaddy Thompson, Minister Plenipo. 

Brazil — William Hunter, Minister Plenipotentiary. 
Minister Resident, 

Turkey — David Porter, Constantinople, 
Charges d^ Affaires, 

Netherlands — Christopher liughs. 

Belgium — Henry W. Hilliard. 

Sweden— George W. Lay. 

Denmark — Vacant, Copenhagen, 

New Grenada — William M. Blatchford, Bogota. 

Venezuela — Allen A. Hall. 

Chili—John S. Pendleton. 

Peru — James C. Pickett. 

Texas — Joseph Eve. 

Two Sicilies — John S. Pendleton. 

Sardinia — William Baker. 

Portugal — Washington Barrow. 

Foreign Ministers and their Secretaries^ 
Accredited to the Government of the United States. 

Great Britain — Henry S. Fox, Envoy Extraordi- 
nary and Minister Plenipotentiary ; James Hudson, 
Secretary. 

France — M. de Bacourt, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary ; Alph. Pageot, Secretary. 

Russia — Alexander Bodisco, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary ; George Khremer, Sec- 
retary, 



170 FOREIGN MINISTEKS. 

Spain — Chovelior D'Argaiz, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister l*lenipotentiary ; Sr. Tacon, Secretary. 

Austria — Vacant, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary ; Chevalier ]Iulseman, Secretary. 

Aro^enline Republic — Carlos Maria de Alvear, En. 
vov Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Prussia — Baron Roenne, Minister Resident. 

Portugal — J. C. de Figanieree Morao, Minister Re. 
sidont. 

Brazil — Chevalier Gasper Jose Lisboa, Charge d'Af. 

Netherlands — Vacant, Charge d'AfFaires. 

Belgium — M. Charles Surruys, Charge d'AiFaires. 

Sweden — Chevelier Gustavus de Nordin, Charge 
d'Aftaires. 

Denmark— M. Steen de Bille, Charge d'Affiiires. 

Sardinia — Count do Colobiano, Charge d'AfFaires. 

New Grenada — Joaquin Acosta, Charge d'AfFaires. 

Texas — Bernard E. Bee, Ctiarge d'AfFaires. 

Mexico — Juan de la Granja, Consul General. 

The pay of Ministers Plenipotentiary is $9,000 per 
annum, as salary, besides $ 9,000 For outfit. The pay 
of Charges d'AfFaires is $ 4,500 per ai^nnm ; of Secre- 
taries of Legation, ^2,000; of Ministers Resident, 
$6,000. 



NAYY LIST. 
Captains — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Isaac 
Hull, Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, 
William M. Crane, James Biddle, Charles G. Ridge- 
ley, John Downes, Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, 
James Renshaw, Alexander S. Wadswoith, George C. 
Read, Henry E. P3allard, Samuel Woodhouse, E. P. 
Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, John B. Nicholson, 
Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap. Catesby Jones, William C. 
Bolton, C. W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearney, Foxhall 
A. Parker, Edward R. McCall, Daniel Turner, David 
Connor, William M. Hunter, John D. Sloat, Matthew 
C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Jo. 
seph Smith, Lawrence Rosseau, George W. Storer, 



NAVY LIST. 171 

Beverly Kennon, E. R. Sliul»iick, F. H. Grcgfory, 
Benjamin Cooper, D. Geisingor, R. L. Stockton, Isaac 
McKcever, J. P. Zantzingcr, VV. D. Slater, C. S. Me- 
Cauley, T. M. Newell, E. A. F. Lavaletie, W. A. 
Spencer, 'J\ T. Webb, John P«ucival, J. 11. Aulick, 
W. V.Taylor, B. Dulany, Silas H. Slrinebam, Isaac 
Mayo, William Morvine, T. Crabb.. Thomas Paine, 
James Armstrong, Joseph Smoot, Samuel L. Breeze, 
Benjamin Page. 

Commanders — Jolin Gwinn, Thomas W. Wyman, 
Andrew Fittshugh, Abraham S. Teneick. Hiram Paul, 
ding, Jonathan D. Williamson, Uriah P. Levy, Chs. 
Boarman, F. Forrest, W. Jameson, W. Ijocrnm, Chs. 
L. Williamson, Charles Gaunit, William Ramsey, 
Ralph Voorh.oes, Henry Henry, S. W. Downing, Hen* 
ry W. Ogden, T. A. Conover, John C. Long, John 
li. Graham, J. Mcintosh, Josiah Tattnall, Hugh N. 
Page, William Innman, Joel Abbott, L. E. Simrnonds, 
John M.Dale, H. H.Cocke, William J. McCluney, 
John B. Montgomery, Horace B. Sawyer, C. K. St rib- 
ling, Joshua R. Sands, John J. Young, C. H. Bell, 
Abraham Bigelow, Josejih R. .Tarvis, Thomas Vv.Fre- 
lon, Samuel W. Lecompte, Charles T. Piatt, William 
M. Armstrong, William F. Shields, G P. Pendcrgrast, 
William C. jNicholson, James B. Cooper, E. W. Car- 
penter, John L. Saunders, Joseph B. Hull, John S. 
Paine, Joseph Moorehead, Thomas Petigru, John S. 
Chauncey, Irvine Shubrick, John Kelly, Edmund 
Byrne, Edward S. Johnson, William H. Gardner, 
David G. Farragut, Stephen B. Wilson, E. C Rut- 
lidge, William S. Harris, Thomas A. Dornin, R. B. 
Cunningham, James Glynn, Joseph Myers, W^illiam 
C. Wetmore, '^I'homas R. Gedney, John Rubier, Vic. 
tor M. Randolph, J. Crowninshield, Frederick Engle, 
J . Rudd, Robert Ritchie, William W. McKeon, Frank- 
lin Buchanan, Samuel Mercer, Charles Lowndes, 
li M. Goldsborough, George N. Hollis, D. N. Ingra. 
ham, John Marston, Jr., Henry Bruce, William D. 
Newman, Henry Adams, Alexander P. Pinkham, 
James D. Knight, Joseph Mattison, William S. Wal. 
ker, Alexander S. McKenzie, George F. Pierson. 



ITZ 


NAVY 


LIST. 






VESSELS 


OP WAR OF THE U. S. 

Ships of the Line. 


NAVY. 






Guns. 




G 


uns. 


Franklin, 


74 


Alabama, 




74 


Washington, 


74 


Vermont, 




74 


Columbus, 


74 


Virginia, 




74 


Ohio, 


74 


Pennsylvania, 




120 


North Carolina, 74| 


New York, 




74 


Delaware, 


74| 










Frig-Oites, \sl Class. 






Independence, 


Razeet 54 


Cumberland, 




44 


United States, 


44 


Sabine, 




44 


Constitution, 


44 


Savannah, 




44 


Java, 


44 


Raritan, 




44 


Potomac, 


44 


Columbia, 




44 


Brandyvvine, 


44 


St. Lawrence 


> 


44 


Hudson, 


44 


Congress, 




44 


Santee, 


44 










Frigates, 2d Class. 






Constellation, 


36 Macedonian, 
Sloops of War. 




36 


John Adams, 


20 


Cyane, 




20 


Boston, 


20 


Levant, 




20 


Vincennes, 


20 


Saratoga, 




22 


Warren, 


20 


Ontario, • 




18 


Falmouth, 


20 


Marion, 




16 


Fairfield, 


20 


Decatur, 




16 


Vandalia, 


20 


Preble, 




16 


St. Louis, 


20 


Yorktown, 




16 


Concord, 


20 


Dale, 




16 




Brigs. 






Somers, 


10 


Pioneer, (store ship.) 




Dolphin, 


10 


Consort, 


do. 




Porpoise, 


10 










Schooners. 






Grampup, 


10 


Boxer, 




10 


Shark, 


10 


Experiment, 




4 


Enterprise, 


10 


Miss. & Missouri, steam, 10 



RETURN OF THE ARMY. 173 

GENERAL RETURN OF THE ARMY, BY THE ADJUTANT 
GENERAL, FOR 1841, 

General StnfF, .... 57 

Medical Department, ... 83 
Pay Department, - - - 19 

Purchasing Department, . . 3 

Corps of Engineers, - - 39 

Topographical Engineers, - . • 36 
Ordnance DepartJnent, - - 31 1 

Two Regiments of Dragoons, - 1,444 
Four Regiments of Artillery, . 2,593 
Eight Regiments of Infantry, - 5,843 
Recruits unattached, - - 779 



Total, 11,169 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. 

Summary of tlie Report of the Secretary of the 

Treasury of the United States, December 15, 1842. 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1842, ex- 
clusive of Deposiles with the Stales, 
and Trust Funds, - - - $230,480 68 

Receipts for the first three quarters of 
the present year, from Customs, Lands, 
and Treasury Notes, - - 8,857,027 64 

Loan, ($2,296,129 67,) &c., . 26,610,593 78 

Estimated receipts for the fourth quar- 
ter of the year, from all sources, 
$7,886,000— Making' the total esti- 
mated receipts for the year, and hal- 
anco on hand, January 1, 1842, $34,733,077 46 

EXPENDITURES. 

For the three first quarters, - $26,264,882 20 

Estimated expenditure for the fourth, 8,238,278 15 

Add outstanding Warrants issued prior 
to January 1, 1842, $ 805,474 OS- 
Making total expenditure, - $35,308,634 38 

Leaving a deficit in the Treasury, on 

the 31st of December, 1842, of $575,556 92 



174 ADDITIONAL AKTICLES. 

[Articles received too late for insertion in their proper 

places.] 
Samuel Ingham, States Attorney for Middlesex. 
E. J. Sylvester, Attorney in Canterbury. 
Dennis Sage, Attorney in Saybrook. 

Goshen — William Gaylord, Clerk ; Moses Lyman, 
Jr., Treasurer; Milo Bartholomew, 1st Selectman ; 
Joseph Wooster, Collector. 

Prospect — Isaac Bradley, Clerk ; James Street, 
Treasurer ; Isaac Beardslee, 1st Selectmen ; Richard 
Tyler, Collector. 

Middlebury — Larmon Tovvnsend, Clerk and Treas- 
urer ; Laban B. Hine, 1st Selectman; Julius Bronson, 
Collector. 

Huntington — Lemuel Bradley, Clerk and Treasurer ; 
Eben'r Wakelee, 1st Selectman ; (^yrus Lewis, Col'r. 

Redding — Jonathan San ford, Clerk and Treasurer ; 
Joel Foster, 1st Selectman ; Benjamin Meeker, Col'r. 

Hampton — Dyer Hughes, Jr., Clerk and Treasurer ; 
William Bennet, Jr., 1st Selectman; Charles Griffin. 
Collector. 

Southbury — Walter Johnson, Clerk ; William Gu- 
thrie, Treasurer ; 11. B. Stiles, 1st Selectman; S. S. 
Tuttle, Collector. 

Bethany — Hezekiah Thomas, Clerk and Treasurer ; 
Andrew Beecher, 1st Selectman ; E. S. Sperry, CoPr. 

Westport — John N. Tuylor, Clerk; Lewis Ray- 
mond, Treasurer ; David Coley, 1st Selectman ; Co. 
ley Bartram, Collector. * 

Haddam — E. S. Clark, Clerk; Gideon Brown, 2d., 
Treasurer ; Warren Taylor, 1st Selectman ; — ' 
Spencer, Collector. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTEK. 

Allyn N. Morris, Principal. 
James S. Eaton, Assistant Instructor. 
One Male and three Female Teachers in the prima- 
ry department. 

H. D. Briggs, Teacher of E rawing and Penmanship, 
Average number of scholars, 250, 



INDEX. 



A. Page. 

.Almanac, 11 

Academies, 115, 116 

Agricultural Societies, 155 
Allotment of Judges, 28 
Alpha Beta Kappa, 116 
American As}'lum, 116 
Anti-Slavery Soc. Con. 154 
Association, Gen. Con. 151 
Attorneys, 32 — 53 

[See Counties.] 
Athanoeum, Hartford, 1 1 8 

B. 

Banks, ; 93—105 

Bible Society, Conn. 151 

American, 152 

Baptist Bible Society, 152 

Education do. 153 

Sabbath Sch. 153 

Bishops Pro. Epis. Ch. 113 

Boroughs, .■ 90—92 

C. 
Canvass for Governor, 156 
Church Schol. Soc. 153 
Cities, 

Hartford, 87 

'New Haven, 88 

New London, 88 

Norwich, 89 

Middletown, 89 

Bridgeport, 90 

Clergymen, 79 — 87 

Colleges, 108—113 

Commencements, 114 

Commiss.on Turnpikes, 57 

Bridges, 61 



Conimiss. on Ferries, 61 

Rail Roads, 62 

Acknowl. of Deeds, 64 

Congressional Districts, 64 

Courts in Connecticut, 

[See Calendar pages.] 

Courts of Probate, 54 

Connecticut, Exec. 23 

Legislative, 23—28 

Judicial and Civil, 28 

Hartford County, 29 

New Haven ^' 33 

New London " 36 

Fairfield " 40 

Wmdhani " 44 

Litchfield '' 46 

Middlesex, " 50 

Tolland, " 52 

D. 
Directors of Banks,State,65 
Districts, Senatorial, 63 

H. 
Historical Soc. Conn. 119 
Hospital, Gen. Conn. 150 
Horticul. Soc. N. H. 155 

L 
Institute, E. Windsor, 113 
Institution, Lit.Suffield,115 
Institute, Young Men's,118 
Insurance Companies, 

Fire, Hartford, 105 
Protection " 105 

iEtna " 105 

Mutual '<- 106 

Fire and Mar. New 
London, 106 



176 INDEX. 

Ins.Mulu. Assi. Mid. 106 
Mutu. Fire, Norw.106 
Fire, Norwich, 106 
N.London co. Mu.l06 
Mutu. Litchfield, 107 
Mutual, Tolland, 107 
L. 
Lyceum, Norwich, 119 

M. 
Militia of Conn. 121—149 
Miss. Soc. Auxiliary, 151 
Medical Soc. Conn. 149 
Mutual Aid Soc. N. H. 120 

N. 
Nat. History Society, 

Hartford, 119 

Notaries Public, 55 

Number of persons of 
various occu. in U. S. 157 
P. 
Post Offices and Post 

Masters, 73—78 

Postage, 79 

R. 
Rep. in Congress by the 

Census of 1840, 157 

Rail Roads, 107, 108 

Retreat for the Insane, 117 

S. 
School Fund, 120 



Steam Boat Ct. R. Co. 156 

State Prison, 117 

States, Governors of, 158 
Summary of Rep. Sec. 

ofTreas.U. S. 1842,173 
Surveyors of Land, 156. 

T. 
Temperance, State Soc.153 
Washington do. 154 
Societies, Conn. 154 
Town Officers, 66—72 
Tract Soc. Branch. 152 
Yale College Nat. Hist.155 

U. 
United States Calendar. 
Executive Depart. 159 
Treasury do. 159 
Post Office do. 160 
War do. 160 

Navy do. 161 

Senate, 161 

Representatives, 162 
Com. of the Senate, 166 
Com. of the House, 167 
Judicial Depart. 167 
Custom House Offi. 168 
Ministers Abroad, 169 
For. Min. resident, 169 
Navy List, 170—172 
Return of the Armyi l73 



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i 1 2 3 4 

) 8 9 10 11 

• 15 If) 17 18 
"2-2 23 24 25 
29 30 31 
FEB 1 

5 6 7 8 

12 13 14 15 

19 20 2! 22 
26 27 28 

MARCH . . 1 

5 6 7 8 

12 13 14 15 

19 20 21 22 

26 27 28 29 

APRIL 

2 3 4 5 

J 9 10 11 12 

S 16 17 18 19 

>23 24 25 23 
^#0 
i MAY 

# 12 3 
J 7 8 9 10 
5 14 15 16 17 
5 21 22 23 24 
^28 2) 30 31 

J JUNE 

5 4 5 6 7 

Ml 12 13 14 

< 18 19 20 21 

J 25 26 27 28 



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12 
19 
26 

3 

9 

16 

23 

2- 

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23 

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6 7 

13 14 

20 21 

27 28 

3 4 

10 11 

17 18 

24 25 

3 4 

10 11 

17 18 

21 25 
31 

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20 

27 



14 15 
21 22 

23 29 



5 6 

12 13 

19 20 

23 27 

o 3 

9 10 

16 17 

23 34 

30 



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JULY ...... 

2 3 4 5 
9 10 11 13 

16 17 18 19 

23 24 25 26 
30 31 
AUG. . 1 2 

6 7 8 ^ 

13 14 15 16 

20 21 22 23 

27 28 29 30 
SEPTEMBER 

3 4 5 6 
10 11 12 13 

17 18 10 20 

24 25 26 27 
OCTOBER 

1 2 3 4 

8 9 10 11 

15 16 17 18 

22 23 24 25 

29 30 31 

NOV .... 1 

5 6 7 8 

12 13 14 15 

19 20 21 22 

28 27 28 29 
DECEMBER . 

3 4 5 6 

10 11 12 13 

17 18 19 20 

24 '25 26 27 
31 



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.:.... I 

6 7 &■! 

13 14 15' 

20 21 22 

27 28. ; 

3 4 5J 

10 11 1^1 

17 18 19 

24 25 26 
31 

. . . . 1 2 ' 

7 8 9 ;a 

14 15 16 

21 23 23 J 

28 29 30l 

5 6 71 

12 13 14 

19 20 21 

26 27 

2 3 4i 

9 10 U 

16 17 18^ 

23 24 25 
30 

, . . . 1 2 

7 8 9 
14 15 16 
21 23 23 
28 29 30. 



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ANNUAL REGISTER, 

AND 



1844: 

TO WHICH IS TREFIXED, 

AN ALMANAC. 

CONTAINING ALSO, 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS, TOWN OFFICERS, CORPORATE 
INST1TUT10^S FOR LITERARY AJND RELIGIOUS PUR- 
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PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN. 

BOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

1844. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL GREEN, 

in the Office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



E. GLEASON, Printer, Hartford, 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1844. 

There will be five Eclipses this year ; three of the 
Sun, and two of the Moon. 

I. The Moon will be eclipsed at her full, May 31st, 
evening, invisible at St. Louis, Natchez, New Orleans, 
Nashville, Cincinnati, and throughout the greatest por- 
tion of the United States ; but the Moon will rise at 
Boston 15m., at New York 8m., at Baltimore 2m., and 
at Charleston 6m. before the eclipse ends, with a small 
eclipse on her upper limb, amounting to .2 of a digit 
for every minute of visibility. 

II. The Sun will be eclipse at the time of the New 
Moon, June 15th, evening, invisible in the U. States; 
visible in the S. Pacific and Great Southern Oceans. 

III. The Sun will be eclipsed at the time of the New 
Moon, November 10th, invisible. This eclipse will be 
visible only in a very small portion of the Great South- 
ern Ocean. Not central on the earth. 

IV. There will be a total eclipse of the Moon on 
Sunday, November 24th, evening, visible, and chiefly 
so in the United States. 

V. There will be a small eclispe on the Sun's nor- 
thern limb, on the 9th of December, in the afternoon, 
visible throughout the United States, excepting the 
south part of Florida. 

Morning and Evening Stars. — Venus [ ? ] will be 
Evening Star until July 23d, then Morning Star until 
May 16th, 1845. Jupiter [71] will be Evening Star 
until February 29th, then Morning Star until Septem- 
ber 2l8t, then Evening Star until April 6th, 1845. 



1217028 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London. 

The sixth colamn of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — PI. stands for hours — 



NAMES OF PLACES. 

Amboy, S. 

Annapolis, Md. S. 
Annapolis, Novs. A. 



Albany, 
Block Island, 
New Bedford, 
Boston, 
Cape Ann, 
Cape Fear, 
Casco Bay. 
Charleston Bar, 
Fairfield, 
Frederica, 



A. 
S. 
S. 
A. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 



Georgetown Bar, S. 

Guilford, A. 

Halifax, A. 

Hell Gate, A. 

Hartford, A. 

Huntington, A. 

Ipswicli, A. 

Jamestown, A. 

Louisburg, A. 

Main Ocean, S. 

Mobile Point, A. 



H. M. NAMES OF PLACES. 

45|Nanracket. S. 

2 Newbury port, A. 

3 0|New Haven, A. 
6 30, New Providence, S. 

1 17| Norwich Landing, A. 

1 12Penobscot, A. 

2 15'Peasacola, S. 
2 45;PhiIad8lphia, A. 

1 Piscataway, A. 

2 loTlvmouth, A. 
2 20, Port Royal, S: C. S. 
2 Portsmouth, A. 

1 O.Providence, S. 

2 20 Quebec, A. 

1 30,Rhode Island, S. 

3 OSalem, A. 
30 Sandy Hook, A. 

2 20JSavannih, S. 
2 Saybrook, A. 

2 45 St. Augustine, B. S. 
50 St. Johns, Nevvf. A. 

3 Tybcc Bar, A. 
45 VVilliamsburg, Va. A. 
6 Wilmington, N.C. A. 



M, 

30 
45 
50 
25 
45 


20 
40 
45 

30 

2 45 

1 

3 
45 

2 45 

55 

1 12 

15 

1 25 

3 
15 

2 15 
2 15 



JANUARY nas HL nays, oeginning on ivionaay. 



Full Moon 5d. Oh. 59m. e. 
Last qn. 12d. 4h, 47(n. e. 



New M. 19cl. 111. 34m. E. 
First (iii.27d. 7h.47m.M. 



M.|w.| Calendar, &c. 


lO'- 


•J©^'. 


|F 


.3efl(r(|Dg. 


i\2 Circumcision. 


7 28 4 32| 


'6 


3 


3 49 


2. 


3 $ sets 9h 56m. 


7 27 


4 32 


6 


50 


4 47 


3. 


4| 


7 27 


4 33 


7 


44 


5 35 


4 


5 


7 26 


4 33 


8 


87 


6 27 


5 


51 


7 26 


4 34 


9 


29 


riso. 


6' 


7 Epiphany. 


7 25 


4 34 


10 


2 


6 7 


7. 


S 1st Sunday after Epiph. 


7 25 


4 35 


11 


9 


7 15 


8 


2 


7 24 


4 35 


n 


58 


8 19 


9 


3 


7 24 


4 36 


morn. 


9 28 


10 4 Day br. 5h. 42m. 


7 23 4 36 





46 


10 38 


11! 


5 


7 22 4 37 


1 


34 


U 45 


12! 


5 


7 21 4 38 


2 


24 


morn. 


13 


7 5 's gr. elong. 


7 21 4 39 


;i 


16 


1 4 


14 


S 2d after Epiphany. 


7 20 4 39 


4 


13 


2 16 


15 


2 


7 194 41 


5 


9 


3 17 


16 


3 


7 18 4 42 


6 


9 


4 38 


I7i 


4 


7 18 4 42 


7 


9 


5 30 


id 


5 c^O^ 


7 17 


4 43 


8 


8 


6 25 


19 


6 High tides. 


7 16 


4 44 


9 


4 


sets. 


20 


7 


7 154 45 





57 


6 19 


21 


S 3d after Epiphany. 


7 14 4 46 


10 40 


7 26 


22 


2 


7 134 47 


11 


32 


8 36 


23 


3 Day br. 5h 59m. 


7 12 4 48 


aft. 16 


9 34 


24' 


4 


7 114 49 





58 


ia36 


25| 


5 Conversion of St. Paul. 


7 10 4 50 


1 


41 


11 32 


26 


6 


7 94 51 


2 


24 


morn. 


27 


7 


7 8 4 52 


3 


9 


35 


28 


S 4th after Epiphany. 


7 74 53 


3 


54 


1 35 


29 


2 


7 6 4 54 


4 


44 


2 33 


30 


3 


7 5'4 55 


5 


34' 3 20 


31 


4 slow clock 13m 


7 44 5G 


6 


26' 4 15 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN THIS STATE ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Hartford, last Tuesday. At New Haven and 
Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 



February has 29 days, beginning on Thursday. 



Full Moon 4d. 3h. 59fn. m. 
Last qa. lid. Oh. 38ai. m. 



New Moon 18d. 4li. 2in.M. 
First qr. 26d. 5h. 16m. m. 



M. 


w,\ Calendar, &c. | 


3 


r. 3s.| 


F. sea. 


r.ds. 


"j 


5 




"7 


24 


58 


7 15 


5 


2 


6 


Pari. B. V. M. 


7 


1 


4 


59 


8 13 


5 46 


3 


7 




7 





5 


00 


9 


6 25 


4 


5 


Septaagesima Sand. 


6 


59 


5 


1 


9 51 


rises. 


5 


2 


Daybreak, 5h 20in. 


6 


57 


5 


3 


10 4i 


7 15 


6 


3 




6 


56 


5 


4 


tl 21 


8 20 


7 


4 


San slow clock 14m. 


6 


55 


5 


5 


morn. 


9 19 


8 


5 




6 


54 


5 





22 


10 52 


9 


6 




6 


53 


5 


7 


1 13 


11 59 


10 


7 


14. sets 6h. 30m. 


6 


51 


5 


9 


2 7 


morn. 


11 


.S 


Sexag. S. 


6 


50 


5 


10 


3 4 


1 15 


12 


2 




6 


49 


5 


11 


4 2 


2 14 


13 


3 




6 


48 


5 


12 


5 1 


3 25 


14 


4 


Valentine. 


6 


46 


5 


14 


5 59 


4 19 


15 


5 




6 


45 


5 


15 


6 55 


5 3 


16 


6 




6 


44 


5 


16 


7 48 


5 41 


17 


7 




6 


42 


5 


18 


8 37 


6 12 


18 


S 


QainquaCTesima. 


6 


41 


5 


19 


9 2-4 


sets. 


19 


2 


Daybreak 5 h. 5m. 


6 


40 


5 


20 


10 9 


7 18 


20 


3 




6 


38 


5 


22 


10 52 


8 20 


21 


4 


Ash Wednesday. 


6 


37 


5 


23 


11 35 


9 22 


22 


5 




6 


36 


5 


24 


aft. 19 


10 22 


23 


6 




6 


34 


5 


26 


1 3 11 22 


24 


7 


Sr.. Matthew. 


6 


33 


5 


27 


1 48 morn. 


25 


6 


1st Sunday in Lent. 


6 


32 


5 


28 


2 46 20 


26 


2 




6 


30 


5 


30 


3 25 


1 16 


27 


3 




6 


29 


5 


31 


4 15 


2 9 


28l4 




6 


28 


5 


32 


5 6 


2 57 


29l5 


slo. clock 12m. 0' O^- 


'6 


27 


15 


331 5 28 


3 41 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4lh, do. 
Fairfield, 21 do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 
At New-London, fa] 2d Tuesday. 



March has 31 days, beginning on Friday. 



Full moon4d. 4h. ISm.E. 
Lastqr. lid. 8h.37m. m. 



New Moon 18d. 7h.33m. e. 
First qr. 27d. Oh. 18m. m. 



M.|w.| Calendar, &c. 



|(g)r. [(g)3-|F. sea|r.(fg . 



1€ 


' 


6 26 


5 


34 


6 49 


4 19 


S'i 


r 


6 25 


5 


35 


7 39 


4 54 


3^ 


?2d Sunday in Lent. 


6 23 


5 


37 


8 31 


5 25 


45 


I 7*s- midnight. 


6 22 


5 


38 


9 20 


rises. 


5 t 


^ 


6 21 


5 


39 


10 12 


7 20 


6^ 


1 


6 19 


5 


41 


11 5 


8 35 


7,^ 


> 


6 18 


5 


42 


morn. 


9 51 


8( 


5 


6 16 


5 


44 


7 1 


11 6 


9*" 


1 


6 15 


5 


45 


58 


morn. 


10. 


53q Sunday in Lent. 


6 14 


5 


46 


1 59 


16 


115 


I slow of clock lOm. 


6 12 


5 


48 


2 56 


1 20 


n: 


I 


6 11 


5 


49 


3 55 


2 16 


13^ 


i 


6 10 


5 


50 


4 51 


3 2 


14. 


5 


6 8 


5 


52 


5 43 


3 41 


15 ( 


3 2 sets 9h. 17m. 


6 7 


5 


53 


6 33 


4 14 


16 


7 


6 5 


5 


55 


7 20 


4 43 


17 


S4th Suday in Lent. 


6 4 


5 


56 


8 5 


5 9 


18 


2 Daybreak 4h. 25m. 


6 3 


5 


57 


8 48 


sets. 


19 


5 


6 1 


5 


59 


9 31 


7 10 


20 


4 


6 


6 





10 14 


8 11 


21 


5 


5 58 


6 


2 


10 53 


9 11 


22 


6 7*s set lOh. 50 m. 


5 57 


6 


3 


11 41 


10 9 


23 


r\ 


5 56 


6 


4 


aft. 30 


11 6 


24 


5' 5th Sunday in Lent. 


5 54 


6 


6 


1 18 


12 


25 


2 Annunciation B.V.M. 


5 53 


6 


7 


2 07 


morn. 


26 


3 


5 51 


6 


9 


2 57 


49 


27 


4 


5 50 


6 


10 


3 47 


1 34 


28 


5 O slow clock 5m. 


5 49 


6 


11 


4 47 


2 14 


29 


6 


5 47 


6 


13 


5 27 


2 49 


30 


7 


5 46 


6 


14 


6 16 


3 21 


31 


S Palm Sunday. 


5 45 


6 


15 


7 6 


3 51 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
At Norwich, 3d Tuesday, 

COVISTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday, At New.Haven, 3d do. 
At Harford, 4th do. At Tolland, 4th do. 



April has 30 days, beginning on Monday. 

New moon 17d.llh.48m.M. 
First qr. 25d .3h. 33m. e. 



Full moon 3d. 2h. 14m. m 
Last q^. 9d. 5li- 25m. e. 



m| w 



Calendar, &c. 



Qr. |{?)«.|F. scolr.dHg. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

U 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



Daybreak 4h. 3m. 
Ip rises 2h. 57m. m. 

Good Friday. 
High tides. 
Easter Sunday. 



7*s set 9h. 38m, 

1st Sunday after Easter, 



) Apogee. 

2d Sunday after Easter. 
7*s. set 9h. 

1^ rise 3h. 35m. m. 
St. Mark. 



3d Sunday after Easter. 
^ rise Ih. 11 m. M. 



17 


7 57 


18 


8 50 


19 


9 40 


21 


10 44 


22 


11 45 


24 


morn. 


25 


47 


26 


1''47 


28 


2 46 


29 


3 40 


30 


4 31 


32 


5 18 


33 


6 03 


34 


6 47 


36 


7 29 


37 


8 12 


38 


8 55 


39 


9 40 


41 


10 26 


42 


ll 14 


43 


i^ft,.12 


45 


56 


46 


1 41 


47 


2 30 


48 


3 \S 


49 


4 6 


51 


4 54 


52 


5 43 


53 


6 34 


54 


7 28 



4 22 
4 52 
rise. 

8 39 

9 51 
f 11 

morn. 
2 

53 

1 37 

2 12 

2 44 

3 12 

3 40 

4 6 
4 32 
sets, 

7 58 

8 50 

9 49 

10 37 

11 25 
morn. 

6 

45 

1 17 

1 49 

2 47 

3 3 
3 22 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Tolland, 3d. Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday. 
At Litchfield, 2d. Tuesday. 



May has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



Full Moon "2d.lOh.32mM. New moon I7d. 4li. 9m. m. 


Last qr. 9d. 31i. 29m. m. First qr. 25d. 2h. 4Cm m. 


Full moon 3ld. 6 


1. 3m 


. E. 


yy.y 


r.| Calendar, &;c. 


1©- 


l©s.|F.se«|r.(is. 


14 


Election at New-Haven. 


5 5 


6 55 


8 18 


3 51 


25 




5 3 


6 57 


9 31 


rise. 


36 




5 2 


6 58 


10 28 


8 47 


4i7 


Uprises 1h. 


5 1 


f5 59 


11 42 


9 54 


5*5 


>'4th Sunday aftci* Easter. 


5 


7 


mcrn. 


10 51 


62 


Daybreik "Sli. 


4 59 


7 1 


39 


11 38 


73 




4 58 


7 2 


1 32 


mom. 


84 


7*s set 8h. 


4 57 


7 3 


2 26 


16 


9|5 




4 56 


7 4 


3 16 


48 


IOC 




4 55 


7 5 


4 9 


1 16 


11 1 




4 54 


7 6 


4 40 


1 42 


12 .< 


? 5tli Sunday after Easter. 


4 53 


7 7 


5 28 


2 7 


43 S 


) 


4 52 


7 8 


6 U 


2 32 


14^ 


J ?sets lOh, 57m. 


4 51 


7 9 


6 54 


2 53 


15. 


i 


4 50 


7 10 


7 38 


3 27 


16 A 


i Ascension. 


4 49 


7 11 


8 28 


3 59 


17 e 


• 


4 48 


7 12 


9 11 


sets. 


18^ 


r ^ > 


4 47 


7 13 


5 59 


8 40 


19, 


S; l6t. Sunday after Asc. 


4 46 


7 14 


10 48 


9 27 


20^ 


I Davbreak 2h 45m. 


4 45 


7 15 


11 38 


10 10 


2U 


} 


4 44 


7 16 


aft.25 


10 47 


22^ 


1 


4 43 


7 17 


1 15 


11 20 


23^ 


> 


4 42 


7 18 


2 2 


11 50 


24 ( 


) 


4 42 


7 18 


2 48 


morn. 


25' 


1 


4 41 


7 19 


3 35 


18 


26. 


S Whitsunday. 


4 40 


7 20 


4 23 


46 


27^ 


} Daybreak 2h. 32m. 


4 39 


7 21 


5 14 


1 15 


28: 


5 


4 39 


7 21 


6 7 


1 46 


29. 


1 


4 38 


7 22 


7 5 


2 21 


30 


S 


4 37 


7 23 


8 6 


3 3 


31 


5 C) Per. ) Eclipsed. 


4 37^7 23 


9 10 


rise. 




JVo Courts holden 
1 


/A 2 5 1 


month 







June has 30 days, beginning on Saturday. 



Last qr. 7d.3li.48m. e. 
New Moon,l5d.7h.42in e. 



First qua. 23d. lUh.40ni. m- 
Full Moon 30d. Ih. 33m. m. 



M. 


w.( Calendar, Ave. 


|©r.|0s.|F.sea.|r.(ls. 


1 


7 


High tides. 


4 36 


7 24 


10 14 


8 35 


2 


S 


Trinity Sunday. 


4 36 


7 24 


11 17 


9 28 


3 


2 


Daybreak 2h. 20m. 


4 35 


7 25 


Morn. 


10 11 


4 


3 




4 34 


7 26 


1 44 


10 47 


5 


4 




4 34 


7 26 


1 07 


11 18 


6 


5 




4 33 


7 27 


1 56 


11 45 


7 


6 


^sets 8h. 52m. 


4 33 


7 27 


2 42 


morn. 


8 


7 


I2 rises lOh. 39m. 


4 32 


7 28 


3 26 


11 


9 


«S 


1st. Sunday after Trinity. 


4 32 


7 28 


4 0^ 


36 


10 


2 




4 32 


7 28 


4 52 


1 2 


11 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


5 36 


1 29 


12 


4 


]) Apogee. 


4 31 


7 29 


6 21 


2 


13 


5 




4 31 


7 29 


7 7 


2 36 


14 


6 




4 3F 


7 29 


7 55 


3 16 


15 


7 


and cl'k even. Q eclip. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 45 


sets. 


16 


5 


2d. Sunday after Trinity. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 35 


8 9 


17 


2 




4 30 


7 30 


10 24 


8 48 


18 


3 




4 30 


7 30 


11 12 


9 23 


19 


4 




4 30 


7 30 


aft. 2 


9 54 


20 


5 


$ sets 8h. 35m. 


4 30 


7 30 


47 


10 22 


21 


6 


© enters 05. 


4 30 


7 30 


1 33 


10 50 


22 


7 




4 30 


7 30 


2 19 


11 17 


23 


^ 


3d. Sunday after Trinity. 


4 30 


7 30 


3 07 


11 46 


24 


2 


St. John Baptist. 


4 29 


7 31 


3 58 


morn. 


25 


3 


$ sets 9h. 12m. 


4 29 


7 31 


4 52 


18 


26 


4 




4 29 


7 31 


5 49 


56 


27 


5 


D Perigee. 


4 29 


7 31 


6 51 


1 40 


28 


6 


11 rise llh. 43m. 


4 29 


7 31 


7 54 


2 34 


29 


K 




4 29 


7 31 


8 57 


3 37 


30 


S 


4th Sunday after Trinity. 


4 29 


7 31 9 571 


rises^ 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Fairfield, [a] 4th do- 
At New-Haven, 4lh do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

New-London, 2d Tuesday. At New-Haven, 4th do* 



July has 31 days, bo^inninjj on Monday. 



5 last qr. 7d. 6li. 2in. m. 


First qr. 22d. 4h. 25m. m. 


M.|W 


[ew 15th, 9h. 35ni. m. 


Full moon 29c 


I 9h 45m M. 
FullLlrT^)^ 


1 Calendar, &;c. | (v)r. |(v)s. | 


1 


2 


^ 6 €) 


4 32 


7 28 


10 53 


8 39 


2 


3 


. ? sets 9h. ]m. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 46 


9 12 


3 


4 




4 32 


7 28 


morn. 


9 45 


4 


5 


Independence declared. 


4 33 


7 27 


34 


10 13 


5 


6 


/ 


4 33 


7 27 


1 20 


10 40 


6 


7 


'4 .rises llh..l3ni. 


4 33 


7 27 


2 5 


U 8 


7 


5 


5th after Trinity. 


4 34 


7 26 


2 47 


11 36 


8 


2 


, 


4 34 


7 26 


3 32 


morn. 


9 


3 


$ sets 8h. 5m. 


4 35 


7 25 


4 17 


6 


10 


4 


j> Apogee. 


4 36 


7 24 


5 8 


44 


11 


5 




4 36 


7 24 


5 51 


1 22 


12 


6 


d^ runs high. 


4 37 


7 23 


6 39 


2 8 


13 


7 




4 38 


7 22 


7 29 


2 54 


US 


6th after Trinity. 


4 38 


7 22 


8 19 


3 47 


152 


Daybreak, 2h. 3om. 


4 39 


7 21 


9 8 


sets. 


163 




4 40 


7 20 


9 57 


7 55 


17 


4 




4 40 


7 20 


10 45 


8 36 


18 


5 


'4 rises lOh. 27in. 


4 41 


7 19 


11 34 


8 55 


19 


6 




4 42 


7 18 


aft. 18 


9 25 


20 


7 




4 43 


7 17 


1 6 


9 54 


21 


5 


7th Sunday after Trin. 


4 43 


7 17 


1 55 


10 27 


22 


2 


Sun fast. ci. 6ni. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 46 


U 


23 


3 




4 45 


7 15 


3 41 


11 44 


24 


4 




4 46 


7 14 


4 39 


morn. 


25 


5 


Dogdays begin. 


4 47 


7 13 


5 39 


28 


26 


6 


J) perigee. 


4 48 


7 12 


6 41 


1 29 


27 


7 




4 49 


7 11 


7 41 


2 30 


28 


5 


8th San. after Trin. 


4 50 


7 10 


7 39 


3 40 


29 


2 


High tides. 


4 51 


7 9 


9 33 


rises. 


30 


3 


4 rises 91i. 40m. 4 52 


7 8 


10 24 


7 44 


31 


4 


7 ^s rise llh. 15m. 4 53 


7 7 


11 12 


8 15 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Hartford, 1st Tuesday. At Haddam, [a] 2d. do. 
At Norwicli, [a] 31. ditto. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 
At Tolland, Tuesday after tho 4th do. 



August has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



f) Last qr.5d. l0h.38m.af. 
New moon 13d. 9h.3m. af. 



First qr. 20d. 9h.27ni. aft. 
Full moon 27d.7h.45m.af. 



M.|w.| Calendar. &c. [Qr. | (v)s-| Fulls-|r.(|Ds. 



[7 
[S 
12 
>3 
74 
85 
9G 
107 

lis 

12,2 
13:3 

144 

15'5 

166 

I7|7l 

185- 

192 

203 

2l|4 

22|5 

23'6 

24i7 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 5 



$ rises 4h. morn. 
Daybreak 2h. 55m. 
9th after Trinity. 
0) slow clock 6m. 
(f Apogee. 
11 rises 9h. 9. 

Ip sets 3h. 52m. 

10th ^fter Trinity. 

$ rises 3h. Bin. M. 
Daybreak 3h. 16m. 
Assumption. 

nth after Trinity. 

21 rises 8h. 15m. 
fj) Perigee. 

*s. rise lOh. 

St.. Bartholomew. 

12Lh after Trinity. 

^ sets 2h. 36m. M. 

St. John Bap, behead 
11 rises 7h. 28m. 



7 6 



11 50 

morn 

42 



ed. 



6.6 54 . „- 
7(6 53I 8 39' 
8 6 52| 9 27 
96 51 10 15 
IOI3 5011 3 
12'6 4811 52 



13:6 47 
14 6 46 
16 6 44 

17|6 43 
18,6 42 
196 41 
21 6 33 
226 38 
23 6 37 



6 35 
6 34 
6 33 



a(t.44 

1 37 

2 34 

3 32 

6 32 

5 81 

6 28 

7 22 

8 14 

9 2 
9 49 

10 35 



8 42 

9 10 

9 38 
10 9 

10 40 
U 19 

11 59 
morn. 

47 

1 40 

2 39 

3 37 
sets. 

6 59 

7 29 

7 58 

8 31 

9 3 
9 45 

10 27 



11 19 

morn. 

6 



28 6 32 U 20 
30 6 30'morn. 



26 
36 
44 

;e. 
42 
11 
40 
10 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4th Tuesday. 

COUNT\r COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday. 

At Tolland, 4th Tuesday. 



September has 30 days, beginning on Sunday. 



Last qr. 4d. 4li. 55in. aft. 
New ) 12d. 8h. 2[iin. m. 



First qr. 19J. 31i. 4in. m. 
Full (ID 26d. 8h. 2.5m. m. 



M.|.w.| Calendar, Slc. 



|(?) v.\m 3.|b\b-ea|r.(i3. 



15 13th after Trinity. 

2|2 

32 Dog-days end. 

4'4 ) ApoE^ee. 

5 5 ?rise 2h. 10m. M. 

6 6 Daybreak 3h. 54m. 
11 21 iises 7h. 
8,5|14th after Trinity. 
9,2| 

10 3 J rises 4h. 36m. 

114 7* rise 8h. 50m. 

125 

13;6 

14 7 

155 

16|2 

17 3 

184 

19 5 

206 

217 

225 

232 

243 



$ rise 2h. 4m. m. 

15th after Trinity, 
Perigee. 

$ rise 4h. 28m. M. 



St. Mathew. 

16th after Trinity. 



25 4 
265 
27:6 

287 
29'5 
30'2 



$ rises 2h. 5m. m. 
Daybreak 4h. 24m. 
fast clock 8m. 

rises 4h. 22m. m. 
3t. Michael. 
1( south lib. 10m. 



33 
5 35 

36 



3l|6 29 

32' 6 28 



38 
39 

40 
41 
42 

44 
43 

47|6 



6 26 
6 25 

6 24 

6 22 



21 

20 

19 

18 

16 

15 

13 
48|6 12 10 87 
49 6 11,11 32 
Oaft.23 



5| 8 40 

55 9 18 

1 36 9 55 

2 25 10 42 
8 1411 30 

3 morn. 



8 55 

9 45 



51 
52 

54 
55 
5Q 

58 
596 
05 



2:5 58 
3|5 57 
4 5 56 

6 5 54 

7 5 53 



25 

1 25 

2 26 

3 30 

4 84 
sets. 

6 29 

7 5 

7 42 

8 29 

9 10 
27:10 18 
26,11 19 
23 morn. 



27 



16 



57 

7 43 

8 29 



27 

1 35 

2 42 

3 47 

4 52 



9 141 rise. 



9 59 
10 44 



9;5 51 11 31 
10 5 50 morn. 



6 10 

6 43 

7 16 

7 52 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At New-London, 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 



October has 31 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



Last 

New 



qr. 4d. llli. 45m. m. 
) lid. 6lr 39in. a. 



irst qr. ISd. lOli. 32m.M. 
all ® 26\. Oh. 2lm.M. 



M.|w.| Calendar, (Sec. 



13 

2'4 
35 
46 



8*3 

9 
10 
11 



12 
13 
14 

153 
164 
175 
18|6 
197 
20 S 
21j2 
23 '3 
23|4 
245 
256 
267 
27S 
282 
293 
304 
3115 



$ great, clong. 

5 stationary. 

I8th Sunday aft. Trinity, 

7*s rise 71i. I2m. 

19th Sunday afterTrinity 

J rises 2h. 26ai. m. 

St. Luke. 

20th Sunday after Trini. 
$ groat, hel. N. 



f, sets lO'.i. 46in. 

2lst Sandfly after Trini. 
St. Simon and J. 

2| sets 3h. M. 



6 12 5 
135 

16^5 
165 

17|5 
195 



20 



Ir 



215 

23 5 

24 5 
26|5 
27j5 
28 t 
30'; 
31^5 
32 5 

6 33'5 
6 35 5 
6 36 5 
6 38:5 
395 
40I5 



425 
435 
445 
45|5 
475 
48.5 
49,5 
6 5l|5 
6 52 5 



<g)s.|F.sQa.| r.(iS' 

"T"47' 
33 

10 18 

11 14 
morn. 

12 

1 14 

2 18 

3 26 

4 33 
sets. 

5 37 

6 2a 
7.11 

8 12 

9 14 

10 24 

11 33 
morn. 

33 

1 48 

2 47 

3 51 

4 50 

5 49 
rise. 

5 56 

6 30 

7 23 

8 16 

9 9 



48 10 


47, 1 9 


45' 1 58 


44 2 49 


43; 3 32 


41 


4 22 


40 


5 8 


39 


5 44 


37 


6 43 


33 


7 35 


34 


8 27 


33 


9 23 


32 


10 20 


30; 11 19| 


29 


aft. 21 


28 


1 20 


27 


2 21 


25 


3 17 


24 


4 6 


22 


4 34 


21 


5 42 


20 


6 26 


18 


7 12 


17 


7 56 


16 


8 42 


15 


28 


14 10 15 


I3II 3 


11 10 52 


9 morn. 


s! 


44| 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New-Haven, 2d do. 

At Danbury, 1st do. At Tolhind, 3d ditto, 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. At Middletown, 3d do. 



November has 30 days, beginning on Friday. 



Last 
New 
w. 
6 
7 
S 
2 
3 
4 
5 



qr. 3d. 5h. 34m). m. , 
(§ lOd. 4h. 51m. m. 
I Calendar, &c. 



First qr. 16d. 81). 47m. a 
Ful l ^ 2 4d. 6 1i .43m. a. 

Idr. 



9i7 
10 S 
112 
1^3 
134 
14 5 
156 
16 7 
l7iS 
182 
193 
20 4 
215 
226 
23:7 
24!S 
25 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



All Saints. 
22d. after Trinity. 
$ rises 3h. 

i 6 (L 

Eclip. of the <y) inv. 
' 23d. aft. 'J riuity. 

Tp sets 9h. 39m, 
? rises 3h. 17m. m. 

24th afier Trinity. 

? rises 3h. 51m. m. 



25th after Trinity. 
Tp sets 8h. 50m- 



21 5ets Ih, 4m. m- 
St. Andrew. 



6 53 
6 54 
6 55 
6 57 
6 58 
6 59 




<v)s.|F.sea.i t.(§' 

6 
5 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 9 

7 10 

7 n 

7 12 

7 13 
7 14 
7 15 
7 16 
7 17 
7 18 
7 19 
7 19 
7 20 
7 21 
7 22 
7 23 



4 
3 

2 
5 1 
4 
4 59 
4 57 
4 56 
4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
4 51 
4 50 
4 49 
4 48 
4 47 
4 46 
4 45 
4 44 
4 43 
4 42 
4 41 
4 41 
4 40 
4 39 
4 38 
4 38 



1 28 


9 56 


2 15 


10 54 


3 


11 59 


3 4s 


morn. 


4 35 


1 2 


5 21 


2 7 


6 9 


3 17 


7 2 


4 31 


8 1 


5 47 


9 1 


sets. 


10 5 


5 52 


11 6 


6 56 


aft. 1 1 


8 7 


1 10 


9 17 


2 5 


10 26 


2 45 


11 34 


3 41 


morn. 


4 33 


44 


5 13 


1 42 


5 55 


2 44 


6 39 


3 45 


7 31 


4 46 


8 13 


5 45 


9 


rises. 


9 48 


5 9 


lo 35 


6 


11 27 


6 53 


morn. 


7 49 


15 


8 50 


1 


9 49 



COUNTY COURTS. 
At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, 2d. ditto. 
At Nevv. Haven, 4th ditto. 



December has 31 days, beginning on Sunday, 



Third qr. 2d. 9h. 22m. 


Fir 


8t qr. 16d. lOh. 36m. 


New 


) 9d- 3h. 31m. 


Full f) 24d.2h. 42m. 


Calendar, &c. l#ri.l ©s.| 


[•'.sea.lr.dlie. 


""is 


ist. Sunday in Advent, j 


7 23 


4 .37 


1 39 10 53 


22 




7 24 


4 36 


2 2511 56 


33 


1^ sets Oh. 42m. m. 


7 24 


4 36 


3 7 morn. 


44 


^ rises 4h. m. 


7 26 


4 35 


3 50 


1 29 


65 




7 25 


4 35 


4 40 


2 8 


66 




? 26 


4 34 


5 34 


3 17 


77 




7 26 


4 34 


6 30 


4 29 


8S 


2d. Sunday in Advent. 


7 27 


4 33 


7 30 


5 43 


92 


dJ) Perigee. 


7 26 


4 33 


8 86| 


sets. 


10 3 




7 28 


4 32 


9 40 


5 33 


n^ 




7 28 


4 32 


10 42 


6 51 


12 5 


$ rises. 4h. 19m. 


7 29 


4 31 


U 43 


8 8 


136 




7 29 


4 31 


aft.38 


9 17 


14^ 




7 29 


4 31 


1 29 


10 27 


15^ 


5 3d. Sunday in Advent. 


1 29 


4 31 


2 15 


11 33 


16 S 




7 30 


4 30 


3 


Morn. 


172 




7 30 


4 80 


3 51 


37 


18. 


i J ^rises 3h. 31m. m. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 30 


36 


19£ 




7 30 


4 30 


5 16 


2 37 


20 ( 


;l 


2 30 

7 30 


4 30 


6 2 


3 3G 


21" 


1 1 ^ enters y^. Winter be. 


4 80 


6 48 


4 30 


22 J 


3 4th Sund. in Ad. [gins. 


7 30 


4 30 


7 38 


5 25 


S3$ 




7 30 


4 30 


8 24 


6 19 


24: 


5 Pp sets 7h. 6m. 


7 30 


4 80 


9 16 


rise. 


25. 


i Clirisimas Day. 


7 30 


4 30 


10 1 


5 42 


26 


5 St. Stephen. 


7 29 


4 31 


10 48 


6 41 


27 


5 St.Jolin, Ev. 


7 29 


4 31 


11 33 


7 22 


28 


7 Innocents. 


7 29 


4 31 


morn 


8 43 


29 


S 1st. Sunday after Chr. 


7 28 


4 31 


IS 


9 45 


30 


2 


7 2C 


4 35 


J 1 2|10 50 


31 3' # in Perigee. 


i7 2S 


4 32 1 48'll 55 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday Litchfield, 3d do. 
At Tolland, 4th do. At Fairfield, 2d do. 



CJoTeriiinent of Connecticut* 

ISrecutiiie department. 

CHAUNCEY FITCH CLEVELAND, Governor, 
Salary |1100. 

WILLIAM S. HOLABIRD, Lieutenant Governor, 

Salary |300. 

JABEZ L. WHITE, Jr., Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

NOAH A. PHELPS, Secretary, 

Salary $84 and Fees of Office. 

GIDEON WELLES, Comptroller of Public Accounts. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fimd, 

Salary $1250. 

JAMES A. HOVEY, Executive Secretary, 

SAMUEL L. PITKIN, ) . .., 
CALEB POND, Yudxtors, 



aeflt^latifae IStjiartment. 




SENATORS. 


District No. 1. 


Horatio Gridley. 


u 


2. 


Samuel L. Pilkin. 


fcl 




Am mi R. Palmer. 


(C 


4. 


Griswold I. Gilbert. 


i4 


. 5. 


Edward Hinman. 


(& 


6. 


Levi S. Parsons, 


U 


7. 


William Hyde. 


l( 


8. 


Asher P. Brown. 


i( 


9. 


Amos Fowler. 


i( 


10. 


Thaddeus Beardsley 


(I 


11. 


Oliver Shepard. 


i( 


12. 


Clark Bissell. 



18 SENATORS... REPRESENTATIVES, 

District No. 13. John Kendall. 

" 14. William Alexander, 

" 15. Israel Coe. 

« 16. Charles B. Phelps. 

^^ 17. John Dewell. 

" 18. Guy Cooper. 

*^ 19. Richard S. Pratt. 

*t 20. Rufus G. Pinney. 

'' 21. Alpheus Kingsley, 

Colin M. Ingersoll, Secretary. 
H. Hebard, Messenger. 
C. R. Johnson, Assistant Messenger, 
Elizur 6kinner, Door-keeper. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

NOTES BILLINGS, Speaker, 

Charles W. Bradley, Clerk. 

Thomas Cowles, Assisla7it Clerk. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 
Hartford, Thomas C. Perkins, Timothy M. Allyn. 
Avon, Edward Woodford. 
Berlin, Marcellus Claik, Truman Cole. 
Bloomfield, Hiram Thrall. 
Bristol, Zelotus C. Grant. 
Burlington, Bowers French. 
Canton, Chauncey Moses. 

East Hartford, Wm. Bigelow, Richard^D. Hubbard. 
East Windsor, Ebonezer Pinney, one vacancy. 
Enfield, Henry Thompson, Erastus Olmsted. 
Farmington, Timothy Cowles, Harmanus M. Welch. 
Glastenbury, Noah Tryon, David Andrews. 
Granby, Erastus Holcomb, Elmore Clark. 
Hartland, Darwin Griffin, one vacancy. 
Marlborough, John S. Jones. 
Manchester, Salmon Lyman. 
Simsbur}^ Plielps Barnard, Mamre Case. 
Southington.* 

* Where Representatives were not chosen— left vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 19 

Suffield, Henry P. Kent, Gad Sheldon. 
Wethersfield, Leonard R. Wells, Geo. O. Chambers. 
Windsor, Richard Niles, Gamaliel W. Griswold. 

NEW II^VVEN COUNTY. 
New Haven, Philip S. Galpin, Eleazer K. Foster. 
Bethany, ^urton Sperry. 
Branford, Calvin Frisbie. 
Cheshire, Julius Brooks, Thomas H. Brooks. 
Derby, Samuel French. 
East Haven, Harvey Rowe, 2d. 
Guilford. 

Hamden, Loyal F. Todd. 
Meriden, Henry Stedman. 
Madison, Charles M. Miner. 
Middlebury, Ebenezer Smith. 
Milford, Selah Strong, Isaac Tibbals. 
North Branford, Ebenezer H. Fowler. 
North Haven, Everlin Blakeslee. 
Orange, Aaron Clark, Jr. 
Oxford. 
Prospect. 

Southbury, Charles B. Hicock. 
Wallingford, William Hill, Almon Doolittle. 
Waterbury, George L. Smith, one vacancy. 
Wolcott, Moses Pond. 
Woodbridge, Nathan P. Thomas, 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Noyes Billings, one vacancy. 

Norwich. 

Bozrah, Joshua Maples. 

Colchester, Enoch Brown, Bobbins Tracy. 

East Lyme, Ezra Moore, Jr. 

Franklin, Darius Frink. 

Griswold, Hezekiah L. Morgan. 

Groton, Albert Latham, Sanford Stark. 

Lebanon, Peter C. Brown, Henry H. Abel. 

Ledyard, Roswell Allyn. 




20 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Lisbon, Vine Smith. 

Lyme, Joshua R. Warren, John W. Bill. 

Montville, Albert G. Darrow. 

North Stonington, John D. Gallup, Oliver Hewitts 

Preston. 

Salem, Matthias W. Baker. 

Stonington, Asa Fish, Charles T. Stanton. 

Waterford, John Cavarly. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Joseph Bartrani, Thomas Robinson. 

Danbury, Sherman Ferry, one vacancy. 

Bridgeport, Sherwood Sterling. 

Brookfield, Eli Ruggles. 

Darien, Gilbert G. Waterbury. 

Greenwich, Gideon Close, Peter Ferris. 

Huntington, Peter Beardslee. 

Monroe, Agur Cable. 

New Canaan. 

New Fairfield. 

Newtown, Oliver Somers, Charles C. Warner. 

Norwalk, Thomas B. Butler, Matthew Wilcox. 

Redding, Edward Starr, Jr., Barney Bartram. 

Ridgefield, Ebenezer Hawley, Albin Jennings. 

Sherman, Levi Northrop. 

Stamford, William T. Minor, Josephus Brush. 

Stratford, Eli W. Lewis. 

Trumbull, Walker Wheeler. 

Weston, Edward Hill, David Patchen. 

Westport, David Coley, 2d. 

Wilton, Giles Gregory. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. 

Ashford, Benjamin Warren, Charles Richmond. 

Canterbury, Joseph Farnham, Warren Wheeler. 

Chaplin. 

Hampton, Henry G. Taintor. 

Killingly, Joseph Adams, Ebenezer Kelly. 

Plainfield, John Gardner, James Miller. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 21 

Pomfret, Charles I. Grosvenor, Scarborough Osgood. 

Sterling, Archibald Douglass. 

Thompson, Edward Lippitt, Vernon Stiles. 

Voluntovvn, William C. Stanton. 

Windham, Benjamin Perry, Calvin B. Brumley. 

Woodstock. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Origen S. Seymour, Enos Stoddard. 

Barkhamsted, Warren Phelps, Richard A. Doolittle. 

Bethlem, Gideon Allen. 

Canaan, John A» Gillett, John Watson. 

Colebrook, Dorrance Barber, Milton Smith. 

Cornwall, William Hindman, Edwin White. 

Goshen, Tho's Bartholomew, Obed M. Humphrey, 

Harwinton, Asahel N. Barber, John Bull. 

Kent, John L. Stuart. * 

New Hartford, Isaac Kellogg, Gordon Henderson. 

New Milford, Frederick Gunn, Abijah Thompson. 

Norfolk. 

Plymouth, Heman Welton. 

Roxbary, John Trowbridge. 

Salisbury, Samuel C. Scoville, Roger Averill. 

Sharon, Lorenzo D. Smith, William Everitt. 

Torrington, Griswold Woodward, Asaph Gillett. 

Warren, Henry W. Carter. 

Washington, George Steel, one vacancy. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtis. 

Winchester. 

Woodbury, Daniel Curtiss, Stephen Atwood. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Daniel M. Crowell, one vacancy. 
Haddam, Diodate Brainard, Ansel Spencer. 
Chatham, Cyrus Hurd, Dan B. Niles. 
Chester, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 
Clinton, Edward Wright. 

Durham, Leverett W. Leach, Asher Robinson. 
East Haddam, John C. Palmer, Nathan Jewett, Jr. 
Killingworth, Wyllys D. Kelsey, Jedediah Stone. 



« 



22 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Portland, Erastus Brainerd. 

Saybrook, Asa H. King, Selden M. Pratt. 

Westbrook. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, William C. Newcomb, Luther C. Anderson. 
Bolton, Samuel Ruggles. 
Columbia, William Osbom. 
Coventry, John Winchester, Stanley White. 
. Ellington, Asa Willey. 
Hebron, Gurley Phelps, Chauncey L. Root. 
Mansfield, Feeding Swift, Jacob B. Gurley. 
Somers, Elam Chaffee, Marvin Mudge. 
Stafford, Eliab A. Converse, Loren Dimock. 
Union, Danford Morse, Nathan Kinney. 
Vernon, Oliver H. King. 
Willington, John Turner, Marvin Peck. 

John Jameson, Messenger. 

Tudor Adams, Assistant Messenger. 

James Levon, Door-keeper. 



JtttJictal antr m\)U 2Bej>artment0* 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, AND SUPREME COURT 
OF ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge, 
Samuel Church, I Henry M. Waite, 

William L. Storrs, | Joel Hinman. 
Thomas Day, Reporter, 



Allotment of the Judges of the Superior Court 
for the year 1843--4. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. N. London k. Windham County. 

Church, J, New Haven " 

Waite, J. Middlesex and Hartford " 

Stores, J. Litchfield and Tolland " 

HiNMANj J. Fairfield " 



DEPARTMENTS. 23 

WINTER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. Hartford and Middlesex County. 

Church, J. IJ'indham & New London " 

W^iTE, J. Litchfield " 

Storrs, J. Fairfield '^ 

HiNMAN, J. New Haven and Tolland " 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

SAMUEL H. HUNTINGTON, Judge. 
Thaddeus Welles, i 
Giles Stillman, > County Com'rs. 
Welles Adams, ) 

Loren T. Pease, Clerk, 
Nathaniel Goodwin, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford— John M. Niles, William W. Ellsworth, 
Thomas K. Brace, Seth Terry, Thomas Day, Nathan 
Johnson, Cjprian Nichols, Charles Shepard, Isaac Tou- 
cey, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Albert Day, 
Sam'l H. Huntington, Gideon Welles, Benning Mann, 
R. R. Hinman, Nathaniel Goodwin, Vvm. R. Cone, 
Nathan Preston, Tho's H. Seymour, O. E. Williams, 
Francis Fellowes, J. W. Giddings, James G. Bolles, 
Richard G. Drake, A. H. Pomroy, Wm. N. Matson, 
Gurdon Robins, Simeon L. Loomis, Barzillai Hud- 
son, Henry Kilbourn, Henry Francis, Jesse Savage, L. 
Kennedy, Edwin Benjamin, Jeremiah Brown, William 
Wadsworth, John Russell, Isaac G. Allen, Caleb Pond, 

C. H. Northam, S. PL Parsons, James Dixon, Joseph 
Pratt, Wm. Hayden, Lot Dean, Normand Lyman, Ro- 
manta Seymour, J. H. Holcomb, Elihu Olmsted, Geo. 

D. Gates, Hezekiah G. Webster, Wm. Conner, Olcott 
Allen, Moses Smith, Walter Mitchell, J. C. Walkley, 
Charles Chapman, Erastus Smith, D. F. Robinson, 
Chauncey Howard, Henry Fowler, Seymour N, Case, 



24 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Chas. H. Tuthill, Edward Goodman, J. M. Goodwin, 
Henry Perkins, Jesse Olmsted, Daniel Crowell, Samuel 
Talcott, William Bigelow. 

Avon — Alfred Kellogg, Noble Towner, Conell Hig- 
ley, Truman FI. Miller, D. M. Alford, Luther Wood- 
ford, George B. Woodford, Edward Woodford, Sam'l 
O. Alford, Marcus Day. 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith, Shubael Risley, Sam'l Hart, 
2d., Justus Bulkley, Cyprian Goodrich, Cyrus Stanley, 
Elijah Hart, James B. Carpenter, Wm. H. Smith, Mil- 
ton Andrews, Theron Hart, Jared Higgins, B. R. Fan- 
ning, Freedom Hart, Norton Wright, John Lee, 2d., 
Edward W^ilcox, Elenry W. Flagg, Marcellus Clark. 

Bloomfield— Joab H. Hubbard, David W. Grant, 
Hiram Roberts, Jason J. Graham, George Newbury, 
Gaylord Meacham, Hiram Thrall. 

Bristol — George Mitchell, Tracy Peck, Charles G. 
Ives, G. W. Bartholomew, Lloyd Atkins, R. Upson, 
Bryan E. Hooker, Levi Smith, B. F. Hawley, Z. C. 
Grant, Thomas Mitchell. 

Burlington — W^illiam Marks, D. F. Butler, David 
Bennett, Enoch Cornwall, Billy Gaylord, H. Morse, 
Truman Smith, Gad Frisbie, Elisha Hotchkiss, Abra- 
ham Pettibone. 

Canton — x\biel Brown, Luther Higley, Ephraim 
Mills, Isaac Mills, Jesse L. Barber, Theodore Petti- 
bone, Jarvis Case, Wm. H. Hallock, Ruggles Case, 
A. N. Humphrey, N. R. L. Bristol, Nathan L. Peck, 
Dwight Humphrey, John Case, Pomroy Higley. 

East Hartford — Samuel Brewer, Giles Olmsted, S. 
L. Pitkin, Roderick Fowler, James Hills, Horace Wil- 
liams, Daniel Pitkin, Jr., Moses Elmore, Jr., Alfred 
Kilbourn, R. D. Hubbard. 

East Windsor — William Barnes, Josiah Ellsworth, 
Joseph S. Bartlett, Ruell Payne, Horace Grant, B. O. 
King, Joshua Risley, Jemmy Bissell, James Pasco, Jr., 
Jesse Charlton, Frank Grant, Ebenezer Pinney, Ira 
Welles, Harvey Elmore, Samuel Mills. 

Enfield — Jabez Collins, Gear Terry, G. C. Owen, 
H. S. Belcher, Elam Gowdy, Horace Holkins, Squire 



DEPARTMENTS. 25 

B. Haskell, Normand Allen, Jonathan Pease, Aholiab 
Johnson, Jabez T. Taylor. 

Farmington — Solomon Whitman, Adna Whitin/^, 
Samuel S. Miller, Frederick W. Crum, Henry Lewis, 
Roderick Stanley, John Hooker, Cornelius R. Wil- 
liams, Giles Siillman, Tliomas Cowles, Wm. Cramp- 
ton, Wm. A. Ives, Samuel S. Cowles, Simeon Hart. 

Glastonbury — George Merrick, Henry Dayton, T. 
Welles, Frary Hale, George Covell, Asahel Hollister, 
Oliver Hale, Wm. J. Covell, Wm. M. Roberts, Wm. 

C. Sparks. 

Granby — Abner Case, Samuel Benjamin, Jr., Chas. 
T. Hillyer, Samuel Weed, Sereno Holcomb, A. Bates, 
A. B. Holcomb, Edmund Thompson, Oliver Alder- 
man, Truman Allen, M. M. Owen, Edmund Holcomb, 
S. W. Cornwall, M. A. Holcomb, Horace Kendall, Al- 
mon Gillett, R. H. Phelps, Justus D. Wilcox. 

Hartland — Virgil Stebbins, Austin Ensign, Henry 
Robinson, Benjamin Giddings, Samuel Blakeslee, S. 

E. Miller, John Ward, John Gates, N. Gaylord, Wm. 
H. Huggins. 

Marlborough — Ezra Hall, Oliver Northam, Aaron 
Phelps, R. D. Gellston, S. F. Jones, Asa Day, William 
Jones, L. \V. Mackintosh, H. Bolles, David Phelps, 2d. 

Manchester — Norman Buckland, Asbbel W. Case, 
Arnold Kenney, Bunnell Eldredge, F. W. Cowles, C. 
Bryant, A. L. Strong, H. Bidwell, E. A. Strong, John 
Willis, A. Keeney, Walter Bunco. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, J. O. Pettibone, Jeffrey 
O. Phelps, Ambrose Adams, Henry Ely, Moses Ensign, 
Whiting Shepard, Mamre Case, Lewis Dickinson, H. 

F. Phelps, Rockwell Hoskins, Elihu H. Case, James 
W. Adams, Daniel F. Olcott, Justin Bradley, Giles 
Pettibone, S. S. Hoskins, Aurora Case, Nathan Moses, 
Phelps Barnard. 

Southington — Jesse Olney, Isaac Shepard, Anson 
Matthews, James Tyler, Levi Newell, Wm. Wilcox, 
Mansfield Merriman, Wm. Porter, D. R. Sloper, John 
M. Hobart. ^ 

Suffield — Odiah L, Sheldon, Henry Wright, Anson 



26 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Birge, Edwin P. Stevens, Gamaliel Fuller, E. S.Tay- 
lor, D. W. Norton,- David Bemont, Artemas King, 
Albert Kent, Gad Sheldon. 

Wethersfield — Alfred Francis, Welles Adams, L. R. 
Welles, Charles Clapp, Elizur Goodrich, Harvey Fran- 
cis, Robert Francis, Jr., Jedediah Doming, Ebenezer 
Goodale, Martin Brown, Henry Bnlkley, G. O. Cham- 
bers, Henry Webb, Nehemiah Stevens, Amos Pillsbury, 
Chester Bulkley. 

Windsor — Richard Niles, Giles Ellsworth, Sidney 
Bowers, Zophar Case, Walter Thrall, Hiram Phelps, 
James Loomis, 2d., G. W. Griswold, Isaac P. Owen, 
Henry Sill. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Isaac Toucey, State Attorney. 

Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Walter Mitchell, Joseph 
Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, J. M. Niles, 
William Hungerford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac 
Toucey, Charles Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. 
Huntington, T. C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Charles 
Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, William 
R. Cone, James H. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, Ben- 
ning Mann, Richard G. Drake, James Dixon, Henry 
Perkins, Francis Fellow^es, Wm. N. Matson, Thomas 
H. Seymour, Chauncey Ploward, Charles H. Tuthill, 
John W. Seymour, James C. Walkley, Seymour N. 
Case, Richard D. Hubbard, William E. Ely. 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith, Henry Nash, (New Britain.) 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — Aholiab Johnson, Frederick M. Walker. 

Farmington — John Hooker, 

Glastenbu-ry — George Merrick. 

Granby — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb, 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps,- Geo. W. Grisw^old. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps, Giles 
Pettibone. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 



DEPARTMENTSr 27 

Suffield— Samuel E. Hartwell, Selh Parsons. 
Windsor — Horace H. Sill. 

Sheriff — Chester Adams, Hartford. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Hartford, Nathan M. Waterman ; 
Farmington, Plenry Covvles ; Windsor, Anson Loomis ; 
Suffield, P. Harmon, Jr. ; Granby, Eratiis Holcomb ; 
East Windsor, Samuel W. Thompson ; Simsbury, C. 
E. Eno ; Bristol, Asa Barlholomew, Jr. ; Canton, E. 
Hosford ; Enfield, Albert Clark ; Manchester, Eli Pit- 
kin ; Berlin, James F. Lewis. 

Jailer — Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

NOYES DARLING, Judge. 
William H. Ellis, ) 
George Landon, V County Com'rs, 
Malachi Cook, ) 

Robert H. Osborn, Clerk. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 

JtJSTICES OF THE PEACH. 

New Haven — Joseph N. Clark, Elias Gilbert, Den- 
nis Kimberly, Roger S. Baldwin, Wm. H. Ellis, Wm. 
H. Jones, Henry White, Leverett Griswold, L Towns- 
end, Charles A. Ingersoll, Noyes Darling, R. S. Hin- 
man, Isaac Mix, Philip Curtiss, Henry C. Flagg, Jas. 
Donaghe, Daniel Brown, Andrew L. Kidston, John 
Gilbert, Silas Mix, Samuel Mason, Robert H. Osborn, 
E. K. Foster, Thomas Bennett, James Punderford, W, 
J. Flagg, -Asa Budington, Jonatlian Stoddard, Charles 
T. Shelt jn, Reuben Bunnel, Sidney S. Morse, Charles 
L. English, Joel B. Foote, Stanton Pendleton, Newell 
Johnson, Miliden M. Isbell, Ambrose Clark, J. Whea- 
don, James G. Hotchkiss, Chauncey Welles, Chester 
Dickerman, Minott A. Osborn, Peter W. Powell, Colin 
M. Ingersoll, John C. Hollister, Anson T. Colt, Ira 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVII^ 

Merwin, Alfred Bassett, Henry S. Wadsworth, Levi 
Baldwin, Jonathan H. Cramplon, Isaac N. Prior, Ben. 
jamin Beecher, Philander B. Hine, Christopher Sweet- 
man, Wm. A. Reynolds, John S. Beach, C. Robinson, 
William B. Bristol, John S. Rice, Lucius G. Peck, 
Stephen Bunnel. 

Bethany — Archibald A. Perkins, Hezekiah Thomas, 
Miles French, Alvan Sperry, J. N. Stoddard, Theoph. 
ilus Smith, Jason W. Bradley. 

Branford — William Tyler, Chandler Barker, Sam'l 
Frisbie, Asa Norton, Israel Linsley, Abraham Rogers, 
Jr., Orrin D. Squire. 

Cheshire — William L. Foot, John Barnes, Edward 
A. Cornwall, Charles Shelton, Barrage Beach, Bena- 
jah Ives. 

Derby — Samuel Bassett, Chester Jones, Daniel S. 
Holbrook, Charles E. Morse, Abel Holbrook, Sheldon 
Bassett, Ira L. UfFord, Henry Lum, David Beach, Jos. 
P. Canfield, Geo. F. DeForest, Hiram P. Johnson. 

East Haven — James Williams, Nicholas C. Goodale, 
Ralph Warren, Willis Heminway, Ruel Andrews. 

Guilford — William Spencer, George Landon, Geo. 
Hart, A. B. Goldsmith, Elisha Hutchinson, Samuel C. 
Spencer, Horace Norton, S. A. Baker, Wm. Kelsey, 
Walter Osborn, Henry Elliott, Victor Fowler, Richard 
Fowler, Ammi Fowler, J. H. Bartlett, Joel Tuttle. 

Hamden — Horace Potter, Jared Bassett, R.Dorman, 
Leverett Hitchcock, Elihu Dickerman, Leverett Tut- 
tle, James M. Ford. 

Madison — William Blatchley, John R. Wilcox, Mar- 
tin L. Dowd, Jonathan Dudley, James H. Dowd, Tru- 
man Harrison, Walter P. Munger. 

Meriden — James S. Brooks, Eli C. Birdseye, Noah 
Pomeroy, Levi Yale, Calvin Coe, Moses Baldwin, Levi 
Foster, *Nathan F. Goodrich, Nath'l C. Sanford. 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, J. D. Wooster, 
Wm. Bronson, Ebenezer Smith, Samuel Clark, Leon- 
'ard Bronson, Henry S. Wheeler. 

Milford— William H. Fowler, William Strong, Wm. 
Durand, DeLuzerne Hubbell, Curtiss Oviatt, Alfred 



DEPARTJyfENTS. 29 

Mallett, Nathan Bolsford, Enoch B. Peck, Josiah P. 
Isbell, Andrew Frencli, Barnabas Woodcock. 

North Branford — Herman PI. Wilhams, B. Page, Jr., 
Jasper Monroe, WilHarn EWarts, Eliakim Lhidsley, A. 
Baldwin, Hobart M. Cook. 

North Haven — Daniel Pierpont, Jesse Brockett, B. 
Barnes, Ezra Stiles, Stephen C. Gilbert, Ira Doolittle, 
Miles Bradley. 

Orange — Ciiarles W. Ailing, Aaron Clark, Jr., D. 
B. Stone, Wm. A. Bronson, Nehemiah Kimberly, W. 
Smith, Jr., Isaac Hine, Jr., Lockwood Smith. 

Oxford — Samuel Wire, John Davis, Jr., Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Alfred Harger, Sheldon Bristol, Samuel 
Meigs, Henry W. Upson. 

Prospect — Lorain Preston, Thomas Wilmot, Benja- 
min Doolittle, R. R. Russell, Andrew Smith. 

Southbury — William Hinman, Edward Hinman,H. 
Downs, John Pierce, Erastus Pierce, Elisha Wheeler, 
Charles Ilickock, George Smith, A. B. Burritt. 

Wallingford — John D. Reynolds, Malachi Cook, A. 
Hall, 2d., Randall Cook, Street Jones, Ira Tutlle, 
Sherlock Avery, Elisha M. Pomeroy, Lyman Hall, 2d., 
Hiram Cook. 

Waterbury — Alfred Blackman, E. F. Merrill, Nor- 
ton J. Bue], Luther Hall, Humphrey Nichols, Leonard 
Pritchard, Wooster Warner, Abram Ives, David W.- 
Austin, Francis H. Pratt, Josiah Culver, Giles Hotch- 
kiss, Selden Lewis, Henry Hull, Asahel Smith. 

Wolcott — Elisha Moulthrop, Jr., Timothy Bradley, 
Carolus R. Byington, Willard Plumb, Leverett Kin- 
ney, Orren Pumb. 

Woodbridge — Daniel C. Augur, Ellone Clark, Jr., 
Leverett Carrington, Thomas Sanford, Newton Bald- 
v^'in, Bevil P. Smith. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, State Attorney. 
New Haven— Ralph L Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, William W. 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Boardman, Isaac H. Townsend, Henry White, Siiaa 
Mix, William B. Bristol, B^obinson S. Hinman, Jona- 
than Stoddard, Charles Pcobinson, B-ichard Fitzgerald, 
Robert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennett, Charles T? Shel- 
ton, E. K. Foster, William J. Fla^g, John S. Rice, J. 
C. HoUister, L. G. Peck, Cohn JVL Ingessoll, John C. 
Beach. 

Cheshire — Barrage Beach. 

Derby — Ira L. UfFord, C. W. Kelsey ; Huniphreys- 
ville, C. Moss. 

Guilford— R. D. Smith. — Meriden— B. Andrews. 

North Haven — Homer D. Ives. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury — Bennett Bronson, Alfred Blacknian, 
N. J. Buell, (Naugatuck.) 

Sheriff — Norris Wilcox, New Haven. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Charles S. A. Davis, New Haven ; 
Roger Griswold, Guilford; Silas Y. Ives, Meriden ; 
Nathan Gregory, Cheshire ; George Warner, Water- 
bury ; Thomas S. Shelton, Derby; Mark Wooster, 
Oxford. 

Jailer — Charles Ball, New Haven. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 



COUNTYCOURT. 

BENJAMIN POMEPvOY, Judge. 
Albert Lath'im, ^ 
Latiiam XI'i'lj > County Com'rs. 
David A. Fox, S 

^ John Da Witt, Clerk. 

Jacob W. Kinney, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

"New London — Henry Douglass, Wm. F, Brainard, 
Jason Beckwith, Daniel B. Hempsted, Lewis Allen, 
Adam Frink, Jonatliau Rogers, Jr., Tho. S. Perkins, 
Benjamin Gardner, Jr., Perry Douglass, Natlian Bel- 
cher, John Bishop, Samuel Moxley, Jr., S. C. Smith, 
Daniel Rogers, Jr., James B. Lyman, John Grace, G. 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

Potter, Jr., Wm. C. Crump, A. C. Lippett, John P. C. 
Mather, Natlian Beckwith, Charles Chapman, Peter 
D. Irish, C. C. Comstock, J. A. Rogers, A. C. Sperry. 

Norwich — Joseph Williams, Roswell Morgan, Asa 
Roalh, Lewis Hyde, John 11. Townsend, John I)e 
Witt, Jesse Fuller, Enoch C. Chapman, Lafayette S. 
Foster, John T. Wait, A. B. Sherman, John B. Perry, 
James A. Ilovey, William Clogg, Martm Kinney, 
Waller Clapp, Theodore F. Alheilson, Joseph B. Tru- 
man, Henry B. Tracy, William French, George Ray- 
mond, William Phillips, Rufus L. Fanning, Gilbert B. 
Prindle, Ebcnezcr Fuller, O. P. Wattles, William L. 
Brewer, J. G. Dennis, Oliver S. Tyler, R. W. Mat- 
Ihewson, Henry Strong, John A. Rockwell, J. B. 
Clark, Samuel Rogers, G. Gagor, S. Swan, A. Con- 
verse, D. M. Prentice. 

Bozrah — David A. Fox, W. L. Crocker, Patrick H. 
L. Cheesebrough, Wm. Hough, Dyer Harris, J. W. 
Haughton, Thomas Baldwin, A. LefFingweil. 

Colchester — George W\iy, E. Bulkley, A. R. Park, 
R. Wyles, D. Smith, E. Harvey, Jr., Daniel Taylor, 
Pomeroy Hall, J. Dodge, Shubael Smith, E. H. Strong, 
J. W. Williams, D. B. Carrol, G. Shattuck, R. Tracy, 
J. C. Shepherd, T. L. Buell, A. Skinner, J. Day, O. 
Emmons. 

East Lyme— John L. Smith, T. Beckwith, E. Beck- 
with, J. Dwyer, D. Watrous, J. Turner, E. Moore, 
Jirah Kellogg, A. F. Perkins, R. W. Lee, R. Smith, 
J. B. Manwarrin^. 

Franklin — C. D. Fillmore, Henry Plazen, F. Ladd, 
Ruel Ladd, J. Tracy, J. W. Kingsley, John Hazen. 

Groton — Nathan Daboll, E. Morgan, B. Burrows, 
C. M. Williams, R. W. Smith, N. Haley, J. S. Bur- 
rows, J. C. Lamb, O. Bailey, Giles Haley, A. Clift, 
A. Williams, S. Fish, B. A. Copp, A. Haley. 

Griswold — W. A. Browning, Nathan Stanton, E. 
C. Cook, Joseph Wilber, Stephen Burrows, A. Bowen, 
'^. Leonard, Joseph Boardman, W. F. Clark, R. Her- 
ick, H. Prentice, J. Boardman, P. P. Parlilo. 

Lyme— J. R. Warren, R. E. Selden, Jr., Charles J. 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

McCurdy, L. Bill, M. S. Parker, W. Marvin, John 
C. M. Brockvvav, R. Lord, S. L. Peck, T. W. Swan, 
S. J. Beckwith,*E. Stark, T. Chadwick, E. W. Caulk, 
ins, E. Brockway, Jr., Z. Brockway, A. Rowland, O. 
J. Lay, E. C. G. Brockway, D. M. Jewett. 

Lebanon— Peleg Thomas, A. Dewey, T. Babcock, 
T.J. Kingsley, H. H. Abell, E. C. West, A. Fowler, 
E. Huntington, E. Abell, G. Kingsley, E. H. Loomis, 
G. H. Hill. 

Ledyard — Peter A. Gallup, D. Lamb, S. Thomas, 
C. Newton, S. Spicer, P. P. Smith, Luke Gallup, S. 
Williams, Jr., H. W. Avery, H. Hallet, J. Brewster, 
E. W. Brown, E. A. Satterlee, G. C. Stoddard, R, 
Gallup, E. Stoddard, G. Ayer, S. Ailyn, J. Geer. 

LiKbon— -Joseph L. Lyon, T. A. Clark, L. Fuller, E. 
Allen, L. C. Corning, C. Colgrove, S. Brunley, D. B. 
Lovett, E. Branch, J. B. Prentice, J, Stetson. 

Montville— Joseph L. Cliapman, R. Bishop, J. R. 
Gay, J. E. Woodworth, M. Leffingwell, G. Holmes, 
P. Strickland, W. Pitten, A. E. Ethridge, J. Man 
warring, G. Wickwire, C. Stoddard, A. G. Smith, J. 
Fitch, E. Smith, W. S. Cardwell, D. L. Browning, J 
Brownley, M. C. Raymond, J. B. Rodger?. 

North Stonington — William Randall, Latham Hull 
E. Hewitt, T. i'. Wattles, O. Hewitt, E. Wheeler, E. 
Hewitt, W. T, Browning, A. Prentice, Jr., E. B. Pen 
dleton, N. M. Crary, R. B. Coats, H.Crandall, Allen 
Wheeler, C. H. Babcock, L. D. Miner, C. G. Hewitt 
A. Chapman, Latham li. Browning, J. Sheffield, C. 
S. Brown, S. Merriott, Jr., R. S. Bennet, D. Miner. 

Preston — Steplien Tyler, Isaac Williams, 2d., Wm 
P. Witter, E. Palmer, W. Pendleton, H. Haskell, J 
P. Gates, Benj. F. Park, E. A. Crary, H. B. Hakos 
H. A. Morgan, A. Browning, W. W. Avery, E. Ben. 
jamin, W. Hinckley, W. Andrews, Jr., E. O'Brien. 

Salem— D. G. Patten, M. Dodge, J. C. Daniels, J 
Hilliard, C. Minard, S. E. Latlirop, James Lamb, A 
Stark, Laban Randall, L. H. Goddard. 

Stonington— George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Ben. 
jamin Pomroy, R. Frink, A. Hinckley, C. Bennet, C 



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DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Mallory, Oliver Burdick, Samuel Wheeler, Elcazer 
Williams, Wm. W. Rodman, li. D. Longworthy, E. 
D. Cheesebrough, B. F. Palmer, J. W. Miner, Charles 
Davis, E. Babcock, N. S. Noyes, A. Palmer, S. A. 
Burdick, H. Lewis, E. Clieesebrough, E. Faxon, Jr., 
George Sheffield, H. Harding. 

Waterford — Philip Morgan, W. Champion, J. Beck- 
with, T. Manwarring, R. P. Smith, J. Avery, G. P. 
Chapman, E. J. Hewitt, H. Gardner, N. Chapman, 
W. Gorton, J. M. Dart, J. Watroua, J. Holt, Samuel 
Fox, Jr., T. Chester, J. C. Burch. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

John T. Wait, State Attorney. 

New London — Wilham P. Cleaveland, Coddington 
Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, William F. Brainard, Eben- 
ezer Learned, Thomas S. Perkins, Nathan Belcher, 
William C. Crump, Andrew C. Lippitt, John P. C. 
Mather, Lucius Bristol, Hiram Willey. 

Norwich — ^Joseph Williams, Jas. Stedman, George 
Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Samuel C. Mor- 
gan, John A. Rockwell, Wm.H. Law, La Fayette S. 
Foster, George Perkins, John T. Wait, Eben'r Learn- 
ed, Jr., Jas. A. Hovey, David Young, Edward R. May. 

Colchester — Samuel A. Peters, Benjamin Trumbull, 
A. R. Park. 

Griswold— J. V. Pettis. 

Lyme — Charles J. McCurdy. 

North Stonington, Matthew Brown, A. C. Main. 

Salem — Levi H. Goddard. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
(Head of Mystic,) Elias Brown, Charles Sabin. 

Sheriff — Alexander Stewart. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Robert Fellows, New London ; G. 
Bliss, Stephen Tracy, Norwich ; Roger Bailey, Leba- 
non ; Albert L. 'Latham, Ledyard ; Daniel BuJkley, 
Colchester ; Perkins Ely, Lyme ; A. Loomis, Salem. 
Jailers — Calvin Lester, New London ; Francis B. 
Lee, Norwich. 

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34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

THOMAS T. WHITTLESEY, Judge. 
Samuel Beardsley, j 
Ezra Morgan, r 

Alexander N. Holley, ) 

William H. Noble, Clerk. 
Jeremiah Sturges, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield — Jeremiah Sturges, John S. Wilson, Sam- 
uel A. Nichols, Thomas Robinson, Joseph Bartram, 
Daniel Wilson, Wm. S. Smith, S. P. V. R. Tenbroek, 
Augustus Jennings, Jessup Banks, Joseph M. More- 
house, Jessup Alvord, Rufus Blakeman, Timo. Burr, 
Charles Nichols, Morris Wilson, N. H. Holdridge, T. 
B. Osborn, David B. Sturges, George Burr, Henry 
Sturges. 

Danbury — Reuben Booth, Nelson L. White, Edw. 
Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Silas H. Hickok, Oh- 
ver Shepard, Frederick Seely, James Beebe, Ezra Mal- 
lory, Sturges Selleck, James Stevens, Joseph Taylor, 
David B. Stephens, John Rider, Fairchild Ambler, J. 
W. Nichols, Ira Lindsley, Timothy Hollister, Ira R. 
Wildman, Thomas P. White, John S. Blackman, T. 
B. Hickok, William Hinman. 

Bridgeport — Josiah Hubbell, Abijah Hawley, Isaac 
Sherman, Ira Sherman, Noah Plumb, Jas. C. Loomis, 
Henry Dutton, Dwight Morris, Mark Moore, William 
H Noble, Wyllis Stillman, Matthew Curtiss, Henry 
Olmsted, Joseph Crosby, Oliver H. Perry, Charles Do 
Forest, Benjamin Stillman, William B. Dyer. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackman, D. 
Burr, Zarr Starr, jr., Zera S. A. Peck, Homer Lake, 
Norman Bradley, Hiram Fairfield, Homer C. Brush, 
John F. Bennett. 

Darien — Abram Clock, Holley Bell, James H. Gor- ^^ 
ham, George Richards, Edward Scofield, Gilbert G. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

Waterbury, Joseph Mather, Charles H. Waterbury, 
George Mather. 

Greenwich — Samuel Close, Conklin Husted, Eph'm 
Golden, Zalmon Miner, Gideon Close, William M. 
Lockwood, Samuel G. Cornell, Daniel M. Griffin, * 
Ezra Keeler. 

Huntington — Tliaddeus Beardslee, Lemuel Beards- 
lee, Cliarlcs N. Shelton, William L. Bennett, Lucius 
Gilbert, Hanson S. Edwards, Freeman Blackman, W. 
M. Hubbell, Ebenezer Wakelee. 

Monroe — Agur Lewis, Cyrus H. Beardslee, Charles 
Curtis, George P. Curtiss, Levi Edwards, James U. 
Hawley, Mark Leavenworth, Wyllis Turney. 

New Canaan — Hanford Carter, John Raymond, W. 
Watson, Charles S. Benedict, Jonathan K. Johnson, 
Peter Smith, Daniel W. Bouton, Charles Raymond. 

New Fairfield — Jesse Scudder, Dan Ball, Reuben 
Hodge, Levi Stevens, Jabez Treadwell, jr., A. Rogers, 
Marcellus Tread way. 

Newtown — David H. Belden, Isaac M. Sturges, Th. 
phickman, Isaac Beers, David B. V. Baldwin, Samuel 

B. Peck, Lawson N. Beers, George Bradley, Charles 

C. Warner, Jacob Beers, Ezra Morgan, Kiah B. Fair- 
phild. Glover Hawley, Isaac Blackman, Charles Peck, 
Israel A. Beardsley. 

Norwalk— Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, L. Ray- 
mond, 2d., James Stevens. WilliamJ. Street, Joseph P. 
H[anford, Samuel Pennoyer, Asa E. Smith, Charles 
Thomas, James Wiseman, Stephen Smith, Ebenezer 
Smith, Henry Selleck, Timothy T. Merwin, Benjamin 
saacs, John A. Weed, John Bouton, Sam'l Richards. 
Redding — Aaron Sanford, Tho's B. Fanton, Jared 
)Imsted, Lemuel Sanford, Walker Bates, Cortes Mer- 
chant, Aaron Perry. 

Ridgefield — Harvey Smith, Hugh S. Banks, Nathan 
5mith, William Sherwood, Jacob T. Haviland, Wm, 
jee, Gamaliel N- Benedict, Thomas St. John, Hez- 
kiah Scott, Pierre Sutton, Harvey Barton. 

Stamford— Charles Hawley, Smith R. Sibley, J. B. 
^erris, Sands Adams, Joseph D. Warren, John W. 



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36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Leeds, Henry A. Mitchell, James H. Miner, A. Doyle, 
Aaron Deane, William T. Minor, James H. Haight, 
Alexander S. IngersoU, William W. Holley, George J. 
Smith, Alexander N. Holley, Nathaniel D. Haight. 

Stratford — Elijah Booth, Josiah Gorham, Isaac J. 
Booth, David P. Judson, Lewis H. Russell, Lewis 
Wells, John Golding, Stephen Booth, Freeman Cur- 
tiss, Charles Edmonds, Hamilton Burton, D. Booth, jr. 

Sherman — Walter B. Ferris, David P. Hawse, Eli 
Beardslee, David Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Levi 
Leach, Philo S. Wooden. 

Trumbull — Eh Beach, Samuel Beardslee, D. Beach, 
David Hawley, Francis Beach, Ali Brinsmade, Sam'l 
Mallett, H. S. Nichols, Lucius B. Burroughs, P. A. 
Fairchild, John C. Mallett, William Squire, Alonzo 
Sherman, B. B. Plumb, E. Middlebrook, Geo. Dyer. 

Weston — Oliver C. Sanford, Walker Sherwood, Eli 
Adams, Zenas Johnson, Edward Hill, Walker Lyon, 
Orando Periy, Hanford Nichols, David Patchen, Mat- 
thew Bulkley, John S. Rowland, Lyman Wakelee, 
Aaron L. S. Sandford, Abram A. Bradley, Burr S. 
Wheeler, Daniel W^akeman. 

Wilton — Samuel Scott, Charles Marvin, George A. 
Davenport, Erastus Sturges, Isaac M. Sturges, Samuel 
Davenport, Maltby Jelliff, James F. Chapman, Odle 
Boughton, Egbert Smith. 

Westport — Alfred Taylor, Burr Meeker, L Bennett? 
Edwin Wheeler, David Coley, 2d., George L. Cable, 
John Gray, 2d., Eliphalet Swift, William H. Richards, 
Josiah Raymond, Ebenezer Drisbrow. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Silas H. Hickok, State Attorney, (Danbury.) 
Fairfield — Roger M. Sherman, Thomas B. Osborn, 

Thomas Ptobinson, (Southport.) 
Danbury — Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whittlesey. 

Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hickok, Nelson L. White, 
Bridgeport — Mark Moore, Henry Dutton, Williair 

H. Noble, James C. Loomis, T. Dwight Morris. 



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DEPARTMENTS. 37 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, Ebcnezer Blackman. 

Monroe — Cyrus II. l^cardslcy, Sidney B. Beardsley. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, David IT. Belden, 
Isaac M. Sturji^es, Charles B. Curtis. 

Norwalk— Clark Bissell, Thoinas B. Butler, Timo- 
thy T. Merwin, G. A. Davenport. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Hen- 
ry A. Mitchell. 

Westport — Eliphalet Swift. 

Sheriff — Samuel Raymond. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ebenezer Smith, Stamford ; Jona- 
than Camp, Norwalk ; Charles Fox, Westport ; Ly- 
man Banks, jr., Fairfield ; Philo B. Barnum, Bridge- 
port ; David Lewis, Huntington ; Judson Curtis, Mon- 
roe ; Jeremiah Banks, Redding ; Benedict, Dan- 
bury ; Josiali B. Fairchild, Newtown. 
Jailers — Lyman Banks, jr., Fairfield, 
Augustus Hoyt, Danbury, 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JARED D. RICHMOND, Judge. 
Eraslus Lester, ^ 

Stowell Lincoln, > County Com'rs. 

William C. Stanton, ) 

Uriel Fuller, Clerk. 
Samuel Webb, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn — Bela P. Spalding, Jos. Tyler, A. Rolles, 
S. Webb, B. Wheaton, A. tl. Storrs, Uriel Fuiler, 
Humphrey Almy, J. K. Green, D. Kies, J. A. Welch, 
J. Maine. 

Ashford — Levi Work, Michael Richmond, Daniel 
KnowUon, Calvin Whitney, Edward S. Keyes, Eben- 
ezer Chaffee, Benj. C. Simmons, J. Kendall, John B. 
Adams, H. Work, Thomas Warren, F. Watkins, J. 
H. Keyes, J. W. Sharpe, B. Warren, N. B. Lyon. 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Canterbury — Chester Lyon, Walter Williams, John 
Francis, Charles Adams, John Kendall, Eben'r San- 
ger, J. Farnham, J. Backug, H, R. Dyer, R. W. Rob- 
inson, E. Browning, P. Spicer, £1. Adams, W. Wheel- 
er, W. F. Willoughby, J. Hyde, D. Bennet, 

Chaplin — Origen Bennet, Luther Ripley, T. Martin, 
E.Canada, D. Knighl, F. Storrs, P. B. Peck, Walter 
Goodell, J. Clark. 

Hampton — Ebenezer Griffin, Philip Pearl, Daniel 
Fox, Jesse Burnliam, J. C. Jackson, A. Burnham, F. 
Burnham, M. Cleveland, A. Martin, C. M. Colnins, 
W. Durkee, 3d., J. J. Penrose. 

Killingly — David Chase, Arba Covel, Tho*s Backus, 
G. Pray, J. T. Hutchins, H. Arnold, L. Graves, J. 
Law, W. R. Durfee, J. W. Torrey, D. Blois, A. Con- 
verse, R. Davis, E. Bacon, C. Preston, S. Adams. 

Plainfield — John Dnnlap, Erastus Lester, J. GofF, 
Amos Witter, Benjamin Bacon, Henry Angell, Lem- 
uel Woodward, Joseph Hutchens, M. Burgess, E. C. 
Eaton, J. Thurston, E. Medbury, E. Wood, Gurdon 
P. Brown, J. Miller, W. Kenyon, M. Potter, John 
Gardner. 

Fomfret — Orrin Sumner, John Williams, G. Thorp, 
R. D. Thorp, E. W. Sessions, G. Randall, Jr., George 
Cady, C. Day, Ithamar May, G. Pike, H. Sabin, P, 
Bowers, W. H. Sabin, H. EldrJch, L. S. Chandler, 
G. H. Perrin, B. F. Durkee. 

Sterling — John Gallup, Nathaniel Gallup, Archibald 
Douglass, G. Tillingliast, S. Matthewson, O. Perkins, 
Daniel Ladd, John Dixon, S. T. Dow, C. Tillinghast, 
A. Rhodes. 

Thompson — George Lamed, Simon Davis, Jona- 
than Nichols, Jesse Ormsbee, James Johnson, N. S. 
Eddy, Vernon Stiles, S. S hum way, Hezekiah Olney, 
Charles C. Wood, J. J. Greene, W. S. Scarborough, 
H. Lamson, T. Crosby. 

Voluntown — Dan'l Keigwin, Gershom Palmer, Har- 
vey Campbell, E. Potter, W. C. Stanton, J. E. Lind- 
ley, Benj. Gallup, 2d., B. W. Palmer, J. Bitgood, H. 
Wylie, 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

Windham — S. Lincoln, C. Hibbard, Geo. S. Cat)in, 
Thomas Gray, D. L. Fuller, J. Palmer, Z. Palmer, 
R. Moulton, b. Tiacy, E. Williams, L. E. Baldwin, 
J. Lilllefield, B. Perry, C. Fitcli, J. D. IJosmer, A. A. 
Burnham, W. Sisson, J. Brown, S. Balcom, E. Hib- 
bard. 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Stoddard, John F. Williams, 
W. Phillips, L. Kavvson, J. Sampson, Ezra Child, G. 
Bowen, O. Saunders, P. Fox, J. Sweet, A. Child, E. 
Litchfield, M. Lyon, L. Litchfield, E. Payne, R. Ar- 
nold, J. Fowler, G. Johnson. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

George S. Catlin, State Attorney. 

Brooklyn— Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, U. 
Fuller, Daniel Kies. 

Ashford — J. D. Richmond, F. Hovey, (Eastford.) 

Canterbury — 

Killingly — Thomas Backus, Abial Converse. 

Plainfield — S. W. Luques. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook. 

Thompson — George Earned, Simon Davis, William 
S. Scarborough, Thomas E. Graves. 

Windham — John Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Calvin 
Hibbard, Tomas Gray, John Baldwin, jr., Alfred A. 
Barnham. 

Woodstock — John McLellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Sheriff — John Gallup, 3d., Brooklyn. 

Deputy Sheriffs — James H. Work, Brooklyn ; Seth 
McCurdy, Pomfret ; Chester Hunt, Windham ; Para- 
clete Skinner, Woodstock ; Edwin May, Thompson ; 
John R. Tweedy, Hampton ; Edwin Ames, Plainfield. 
Jailer — Clark Hill, Brooklyn. 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

WILLIAM M. BURRALL, Judge. 
Russel C. Abernethy, ^ 
Oliver W. Pickett, > County Com'rs. 
Frederick Kellogg, S 

Origen S. Seymour, Clerk. 
Charles L. Webb, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield— Seth P. Beers, Enos Stoddard, Hugh P. 
Welch, Stephen Doming, Origen S. Seymour, Geo. 
C. WoodrulF, Elisha S. Abernethy, Samuel P. BoUes, 
Joseph Birge, Jr. Dan Catlin, Alanson J» Pickett, A, 
Landon, P^dward Pierpont, Ralph G. Camp, Charles 
L. Webb, Chester C. Goslee, Francis Bacon, Isaac 
Newton, William L. Smediey. 

Barkhamsted — Lester Loomis, George Merrill, Hira 
Case, Hiram Goodwin, Edward Camp, Josiah H. Sage, 
Daniel Young, Lancelot Phelps, Peleg Shepard, A. 
Beecher, Jr., Lester E. Newell. 

Bethlem — Minot Smith, Joseph H. Bellamy, David 
Bird, Abraham Beecher, Norman Lake. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, Jr., Horace Huntington, Wm. S. Marsh, F. 
Ferris, Chauncey Hosford, Moses Benedict, George 
Harris, John Isham, John E. Ensign, L. Morrison. 

Colebrook — Samuel Whitford, Arthur Howell, The» 
ron Rockwell, Flarvey Whiting, Samuel Simons, Jr», 
Loring Percival, Daniel DeWolf, A. Chamberlain. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, Benja- 
min Sedgwick, Philo Kellogg, James Wadsworth, A. 
Rogers, Frederick Kellogg, Chalker Pratt, Myron 
Harrison. 

Goshen — Truman Starr, Birdsey Baldwin, Phineas 
Ives, Myron Norton, Eber Bailey, Alexander Norton, 
Lemont Street, Francis A. Beach, Charles Lewis, 
Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton — Benajah Hayden, Abijah Catlin, An« 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

drew Abernetby, Jacob O. Catlin, Sbcldon Osborn, 
Augustus S. Johnson, Henry Holt, Martin Cook, 2d,, 
Lewis Smitli. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Hubbcll Mcllen, Rufus 
Fuller, Jr., Samuel IT. Chamberlain, Benj. Tompkins, 
John Wilson, John L. Stewart, Luther Skiff*, Jere- 
miah Fry, Clark Beardsley, John R. Fuller, Epapiiras 
B. Goodsoll. 

New Hartford — HemanChapin, Isaac Kellogg, W. 
Garrett, Roger H. Mills, Royal A. Watson, Daniel 
Lyman, Anthony Baker, Freeman Graham, Salmon 
Merrill, Daniel S, Bird, Wilson B. Sprague, Kdvvin 
A. Wooden. 

New Milford— Perry Smith, David C. Sanford, Na- 
thaniel Perry, Samuel D. OTton, Daniel B. Wilson, 
Lyman Hine, Sherman Peck, Glover Sanford, Dem- 
ing Babbitt, Philip Wells, Anson Squires, Henry Mer- 
win, Solomon E. Bostwick, Isaac Northrop, Homer 
Waller, Sheldon Buckingham, Albert N. Baldwin, J. 
H. Keeler, Sheldon Northrop, Sylvanus Merwin. 

Norfolk — Joseph Riggs, Michael F. Mills, Daniel 
Hotchkiss, E. G. Lawrence, John Ryan, J. C. Swift, 
Heman Swift, John Humphrey, William Oakley. 

Plymouth — John C. Lewis, Hiram Pierce, Edwin 
Talmage, Elisha Johnson, Miles Morse, Jr., John S. 
Warren, Samuel T. Salisbury, Edward Blakeslee, H. 
Warner, Henry C. Smith, Calvin R. Butler, 
i Roxbury — Harmon B. Eastman, Henry L. Randall, 
ICharles Beardsley, Daniel Pierce, Almon Sperry, Cur- 
kiss Blakeslee, Myron Downes. 

Salisbury — Samuel Church, Abijah C. Peet, John 
G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, William C. Sterling, 
Nathaniel Benedict, Thomas Stiles, Wm. P. Russell, 
Albert Moore, John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, S. C. 
Scoville, John C. Coffin, Lot Norton, Jr., Horace Hol- 
lister, Henry Belcher, Milo Barnum, Horatio G. Van- 
lieuzen, Luther Ticknor. 

I Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Chas. F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
lird Smith, Samuel E. Everett, Israel Camp, Ransom 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Smith, Zaccheus W. Bissell, Benjamin Hollister, Os- 
man Heath, Z. fluut, O. Hutchinson, L. St. John. 

Torringtoii— Russcl C. Abernethy, Eraslus Hodges, 
Dcmas Coe, Roderick Bissell, Horace Gillett, James 
Green, Homer F. Thrall, Harlow Fyler, James H. 
Seymour, Barzillai Hudson, Anson Colt, Jr. 

Warren— George Stair, Elijah Hayes, Dan Carter, 
Benajah Mallory, Jorvis C. Howard, J. W. Bement. 

Washington — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Wm. Moody, 
Frederick Chittenden, Matthew Logan, H. Baldwin, 
Joel Morehouse, Stiles Titus, Truman Baldwin, D. 
Tomlinson, John B. Newton, Alvin Brown, David C. 
Wliittlesey, Frederick Beardsley. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss, Cyrus B. Manville, 
Hemingway Benjamin, M. Peck, Leman W. Cutler, 
Charles S. Woodward, Henry E. Daily, C. Dayton, 
James Skilton, Truman Daily. 

Winchester — Luman Wakefield, William S. Hola- 
bird, Samuel W. Coe, John Boyd, Gideon Hall, Jr., 
Alvah Nash, Theron Jhonson, Anson Foskett, Harvey 
Ford, Nathaniel B. Gaylord, Alvin Gilbert, Lewis E. 
Loomis. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Elijah Sherman, Jr., 
Thomas Bull, Edson Camp, Norman Parker, Horace 
S. Atwood, Lewis Judd, Elmore Judson, Gideon H. 
Hollister. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

David C. Sanford, State Attorney. 

Litchfield — Seth P. Beers, Truman Smith, George 
C. Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, Elisha S. Abernethy, 
G. H. Hollister. 

Barkhamsted — Hiram Goodwin, (Hitchcockville.) 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, jr. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, S. A. Judson. 

Goshen — Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton — Abijah Catlin. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, jr. 

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DEPARTMENTS. 43 

New Hartford — Roger H. Mills. 

New Milford— David C. Sanfbrd, Samuel D. Ortoii, 
Nalhaniel Perry, Daniel B. Wilson. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Elisha Johnson, jr., Cal- 
vin R. Butler. 

Salisbury — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, 
John Hubbard, Roger Averill. 

Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Chas. F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith. 

Washington — Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester — William S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, jr. 

Woodbury—Charles B. Phelps, Leman B. Sprague. 

Sheriff—Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Oliver S. Weller, Litchfield ; John 
E. Sedgwick, Cornwall Hollow ; Henry S. Norton, 
Salisbury ; Harry Lockwood, Sharon ; P. W. Mills, 
Kent ; Levi S. Knapp, New Milford ; Marcus De For- 
est, Woodbury ; James H. Mills, New Hartford ; J. 
D. Howe, Winchester. 

Jailer — William N. Buel. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JOHN C. PALMER, Judge. 
Joshua L'Hommedieu, ) 
William J. Trench, > County Com'rs. 
William Marsh, ) 

John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, S. 
D. Hubbard, Stillman K. Wightman, Charles Wood- 
ward, John L. Smith, Henry D.'Smith, C. C. Tyler, 
Ezra L'H. Chamberlain, Linus Coe, S. W. Griswold, 
William J. Trench, John Wyse, Allen May, E. Spen- 
cer, Ehsha Treat, Samuel Miner, David Edwards, E, 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Savage, William Plumb, 2d., David J. Griswold, Tim- 
othy Gilbert, Eli Wilcox, Benjamin Miller, T. Atkins, 
Samuel Crowell, jr., Enoch Tryon, Thomas G. Mather, 
Edwin Scovill, Norman Smith. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Warren Tyler, S. Clark, 
Elias Selden, Ezekiel S. Clark, Jonathan Arnold, Dud- 
ley Clark, Ansel Spencer, Coleman Clark, Wm. Cook, 
Joseph R. Shailer, Oliver I. Smith, Edward R. Clark, 
Jonathan H. Burr, Aaron Brainerd, Asa Burr, Isaac 
Arnold. 

Chatham— Elijah Clark, Nathaniel C. Smith, John 
Markham,jr., Hantin^^ton Selden, Alvin C. Carrier, 
Francis G. Edgerton, Hiram Burton, Diodate J. Usher, 
Alfred Brooks, Braddock Strong, Charles A. Strong, 
Alfred Kellogg, Linus Parmelee. 

Chester — Ely Warner, Samuel Colt, Socrates Den- 
ison, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Gideon Parker, Samuel 
P. Russell, Joseph C. Fargo. 

Clinton — George Carter, Eli Elliott, A. G. Hurd^ 
John D. Leffingwell, John Rossiter, Dennis Sage, E. 
Wright, David Wright, Russel Stannard. 

Durham — Asher Robinson, Timothy Coe, Erastus 
Jones, Wedworth Wadsworth, jr., Miles Merwin, jr., 
John White. 

East Haddam — Oliver Green, Stephen Cone, E. A, 
Bulkeley, John C. Palmer, William Marsh, Calvin C. 
Mack, Datus Williams, Roswell Davison, Helon Cone, 
Stanton S. Card, Lemuel Dickinson, Aug. P. Jones, 
Nathaniel F. Holmes, John G. Griffin, James E. Swan, 
Abraham W. Willey, Andrew Stark, John S. Welles, 
Thomas C. Boardman, Ozias Holmes. 

Killingworth — David P. Kelsey, Rufus Turner, Phi- 
lander Stevens, Alanson Pratt, Watson Davis, Jere- 
miah Griswold, Joseph Lane, David Everts. 

Portland — Guy Cooper, Selden Cook, David Corn- 
wall, Edward A. P^nfield, John R. Ames, R. Good- 
rich, Archibald Kinney, William W. Campbell, Eras- 
tus Brainerd. 

Saybrook — John Bushnell, William R. Clark, Ed- 
ward Sanford, Stephen Chalker, Giles Blague, John 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 

L. Whittlesey, Samuel M. Tally, Samuel Ingham, 
William Bull, Richard l\ Williams, Obadiah Spencer, 
SeldenM. Pratt, E. S. Williams, Giles O. Clark, Sid- 
ney Bushnell, Lester E. Denison, Josiah Jones, Jos. 
H. Mather, Gurdon Smith, Ezra S. Mather, Stephen 
W. Starkey, Nathaniel A. Starkey. 

Westbrook— Oramel B. Wright, William H. Lay, 
Closson Clark, Lucius S. Walkley, Jedediah Post, jr., 
Alfred Chittenden, Linus E. Chapman. 

PIIACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Samuel Ingham, State Attorney. 
Middletown — Jonathan Barnes, Stillman K. Wight- 
man, C. C. Tyler, Sam'l W. Griswold, Elihu Spencer. 
East Haddam — Eliphalet A. Bulkeley^ J. C. Palmer. 
Haddam— Smith Clark, Nathaniel A. Starkey. 

Sheriff— Charles Arnold, Haddam. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Curtis Bacon, Middletown ; Eb- 
enezer Smith, Chatham ; Charles Stephens, Clinton ; 
Samuel Holmes, East Haddam ; Charles W. Snow, 
Saybrook ; John Wilcox, Killingworth, John S. Camp, 
Durham. 
'Jailers— William M. Ward, Middletown. 
Ezekiel S. Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

BENJAMIN PINNEY, Judge. 
Ralph Gilbert, ^ 
Seth Dunham, > County Corners. 
E. H. Hyde, 2d., > 

Jeremiah Parish, Clerk. 
Gurdon Isham, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland — Loren P. Waldo, Elisha Stearns, Ebene- 
zer West, Ashbel Chapman, Warren Fitch, Talmon 
Cross, Calvin Willey, Z. A. Storrs, Sherman Chap. 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

man, Oliver Lord, Jeremiah Parish, John Warren, O. 
P. Waldo. 

Bolton — Jaboz L. White, Jr., Chester Daggett, R. 
S.White, Sessions Lawson, Asa White, Ahab Smith, 
David Sperry, Luther Talcott, Ebenezer Strong, S. 
Raggles, Sanford Steel, Alvin Bishop. 

Columbia — Samuel Little, Asaliol Clark, D. Hol- 
brook, Alpheus Kingsley, Samuel West, Sanford Yeo- 
mans, Amherst Scovill, Norman Little, Barker W. 
Brown, William Osborn, John S. Yeomans. 

Coventry — Zelotes Long, Jos. Dow, A. W. Birge, 
Dan F. Brigham, Uriah Brigham, Timothy Dimock, 
Marvin Curtis, Ralph Carpenter, Royal Manning, N. 
Lyman, Harvey Wright, Eleazer Hunt. 

Ellington — Asa Willcy, Benjamin Pinney, John H. 
Brockway, O. W. Steel, Ephraim Dimock, J. P. Dor- 
man, Joel W. Smitli, Francis Keeney, Arial Slafter. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbert, William Brown, George 
Strong, Ransford Button, Cyrus Mann, O. C. White, 
J. O. Loomis, Gurloy Phelps, Cyrus Bingham, Joseph 
Babcock, John B. Hutchinson, E. P. Buell. 

Mansfield^ Zalmon Storrs, Needham Slate, D. F. 
Hibbard, L-a Bennett, Seth Dunham, John Fitch, F. 
F. Hanks, Nathan Preston, Edmund Freeman, Jas. 
Huntington, John Dunham, 2d. 

Stafford — Rodolp'.ius Wood worth, William Field, 
Abijah Blodge't, D. P. Lull, Anson Spellman, Loren 
Dimock, Bonj. Rockwell, Pliilip Orcutr, J. S. Russell. 

Somers — Amariah Kibbe, Or.son Wood, Walter R. 
Kibbe, Erasmus E. Hamilton, Oliver Chapin, S. E. 
Arnold. 

Union — Moses C. Sessions, Trenck Crawford, H. 
Walker, Ezra A. Putney, Nathan Morse. 

Vernon — Oliver H. King, Francis McLean, Samuel 
S. Talcott, Thaddeus C. Bruce, Phineas Talcott, W. 
Smith, William T. Cogswell, Horace Taylor, Edward 
C. Brigham, Austin Tilden. 

Willington — Origen Dimock, Ariel Eldridge, Isaac 
Niles, (Chester Carpenter, Orrin Holt, Walter New- 
comb, ElishaFrink, Elisha Wright, B. Potter, John 
Albra, Olney Eston. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 47 

PRACTISING ATTOItNKYS. 

LoREN P. Waldo, Stale Attorney. 
Tolland — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah 
Parish, Loren P. Waldo, Zalmon A. Storrs. 
Colambia — Asahel Clark. 
Ellington — Asa Willey, John H. Brockway. 
Hebron — Ralph Gilbert. 
Mansfield — John Fitch. 
Somers — Walter R. Kibbe. 
Stafford — Benjamin Lathrop. 

Sheriff — Novatus Chapman. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Addison H. Fitch, Columbia ; Lu- 
ther Talcott, Bolton ; William L. Ransom, Ellington ; 
Freeman M. Brown, Stafford ; Samuel D. Anderson, 
Mansfield. 

Jailer — Novatus Chapman. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, Southin^ton, and Rocky Hill. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastonbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

3. Harlland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlinglon, Avon, and Bloom, 
field. 

4. New Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange, and 
North Haven. 

5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Soulhbury, Middle- 
bury, Waterbury. Prospect, and Wo'cott. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, and North Branford. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, and 
Waterford. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon, and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
and Bozrah. 



48 COMMISSIONERS. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, and Monroe. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield, and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

1.3. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Volunlown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen, and Kent. 

18. Middletovvn, Durham, Chatham, and Portland. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Say- 
brook, Chester, and Westbrook. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, 
and Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



C omiiii^^ioiier ^ 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, &€. 

Appointed hy the Senate — May^ 1843. 






ON TURNIKE ROADS. 
No. 1. Boston, Benjamin Warren, Henry Phelps. 

2. Bridgeport, I. M. Sturges, Beuben Blackman. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough, none appointed. 

4. Cheshire, Julius Bristol, Julius Brooks. 

5. Colchester and Chatham, Ozen Carrier, W. 

R. Smith. 

6. Centre, John Warren, Samuel Turner. 

7. Chester and North Killingworth, H. Red. 

field, Nathan C. Peters. 



COMMISSIONERS. 49 

8. Colchester and Norwich, George Sherman, 

Henry Fowler. 

9. Columbia, B. W. Brown, DanM Holbrook. 

10. Conneclicul, David Coley, James Stevens. 

11. Cornwall and Washington, none appointed. 

12. Canaan and Lilchlicld, Daniel Spalding, E. 

P. Hunt. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island, Luther War- 

ren, William S. Day. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield, George Clapp, Geo. 

Ferry. 

15. Durham and East Guilford, Asher Robinson, 

Reynold Webb. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester, Robins Tracy, 

J. R. Gardner. 

17. East Middle, Elijah Warner, Henry Fenn, 

18. Essex, Sanmel L. Hayden, Teriius Mott. 

19. Farmington River, Wm. Manchester, John 

Ward. 

20. Fairfield, Redding and Weston, none app*d. 

21. Fair Haven, H. S. Wadsworth, D. Evarts. 

22. Goshen and Sharon, Edwin White, Birdsey 

Baldwin. 

23. Granby, Watson Dewey, Elisha Moore. 

24. Greenwoods, Lcman Hubbell, Anson Norton. 

25. Groton and Slonington, Ellas Hewitt, Alden 

Palmer. 

26. Guilford and Durham, Geo. Hart, A.Camp, 

27. Hartford and New London, Oliver Northam, 

Daniel Bulk ley. 

28. Hartford and New Haven, J. M. Ford, Nor- 

ton Wright. 

29. Hartford, 'i'olland, Windham and New Lon- 

don County, Geo. Kingsley, Asa While. 

30. Hartford and Tolland, William Bigclow, Oli. 

ver Lord. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam, Ralph Gilbert, 

Braddock Strong. 

32. Hnmphreysville and Salem Bridge, Hezekiah 

Thomas, Samuel Basseit. 
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50 COMMISSIONERS. 

33. Honsatonic, none appointed. 

34. Hantington, Lucius Gilbert, Thad. Beardsley. 

35. Killingworlh, C. Stevens, J. C. Chittenden. 

36. Litchlield and Cornwall, John Cross, Ansoa 

S. Beach. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton, John Morse, Tru- 

man Kellogg. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford, George Holies, 

Truman Richmond. 

39. Middlesex, William J. Trench, Wm. Ball. 

40. Middletown and Berlin, Shubael Risley, W. 

A. Ives. 

41. Middletown and Durham, Samuel G. Tibbals, 

Lyman Hall, 2d. 

42. Middletown and Meriden, Henry J. Wilcox, 

Noah Pomeroy. 

43. Mohegan, John Congdon, Stephen Tracy. 
44.. Monroe and Zoar Bridge, Sam'l Beardsley, 

David Sanford. 

45. Moosup, none appointed. 

46. New Milford and Roxbury, Amasa Lathrop, 

Matthew Logan. 

47. Norwich and Salem, C. Burgess, E. West. 

48. New Haven and Derby, Stanton Pendleton, 

Samuel French. 

49. New Haven and Milford, Ira Merwin, Alfred 

Mallet. 

50. New London and Lyme, Sylvester Champ. 

ion, John Cavalry. 

51. New London and Windham County, A^ery 

Bill, Benjiimin Bacon. 

52. New Mil ford and Sherman, John H. St. John, 

Sheldon Northrop. 

53. New Preston, S. H. Weston, John Weston 

54. Northrield, Alanson Coley, Edward Hill. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury, Abraham Chichester, 

Erastus Sturges. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown, Algernon E. Beard 

John D. Lounsbury. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock, C. F. Avery, 3 

seph Kelly. 



COMMISSIONERS. 51 

58. Oxford, Erastus Osborn, Charles H. Webb. 

59. Providence, Jeremiali Field, John Day. 

60. Kiminou Falls, Eraslus Osborn, Sarn'l Wire, 

61. Salem and Hunburg, Matthias W. Baker, 

Ebenezer Fox. 

62. Sharon and Corn wall, Samuel Peck, George 

Jackson, 

63. Sympauge, Stephen Bates, Cortes Merchant. 

64. ShctLicket, Benjamin lieynolds, A. G. Frink. 

65. Stafford, none appointed. 

66. Still River, Alanson Loomis, Nisius Kinney. 
"67. Southington and Waterbury, Eli C. Beardsey, 

Ward Peck. 

68. Sandy Brook, S. E. Mills, Richard Tibbals. 

69. Straits, Ward Peck, C. F. Merrill. 

70. Sugar Hollow, Matth. L. Barber, I. Gregory. 

71. Talcott Mountain, S. H. Huntington, Henry 

Seymour. 

72. Thompson, none appointed. 

73. Tolland County, none appointed. 

74. Torrington, Putnam Kilbourn, Isaac Barnes. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield, Marvin Mudge, Aus- 

tin Selden. 

76. Washington, none appointed. 

77. Windham and Coventry, J. Brown, U. Ladd. 

78. Windham and Mansfield, Henry B. Tracy, 

John Albra. 

79. West Middle, none appointed. 

80. Windham and Brooklyn, Joseph Tyler, Lu- 

cius Abbe. 

81. Waterbury River, Moses Hall, Abijah Munn. 

82. Wolcottville, R. C. Abernethy, Uriah Tuttle. 

83. Weston, Samuel Jackson, Mallett Seeley. 

84. Wells Hollow, William L. Burnett, Pliilo S, 

Barn urn. 

85. Warren, Birdsey Baldwin, Harmon Peet, 

86. Branch, Isaac Bennett, Burr Keeler. 

87. Monroe and Newtown, Lampson Birch, Zar 

Winton. 

88. Fairfield County, Jos. Taylor, Asa Beardsley. 



I 



52 COMMISSIONERS. 

89. Hadlyme, James Lamb, Lewis M. Hilliard. 

90. 2d Chester and North Killingworth, Sedley 

Snow, Heman S. Franklin, 

91. Black Rock, none appointed. 

92 Sherman and Redding, E. A. Lacey, Z. 
Starr, Jr. 

93. Hop River, Ransford Button, Seth S. Collins. 

94. North Killingworth and North Madison, John 

R. Wilcox, Philander Stevens. 

95. Millington, none appointed. 

96. Litchfield and Plymoth, Elijah Warner, Ruel 

Bradley. 

97. River, none appointed. 

ON BRIDGES. 
No. 1. Niantic, Daniel Beckwith, John Danforth. 

2. Hartford, Albert Day, Thaddeus Welles, Her- 

ace Williams. 

3. Mystic, Sanford Stark, James C. Lamb. 

4. Tomlinson's, M. A. Osborn, William RogexB. 

5. Bridgeport, W. Stillman, A. Beardsley. 

6. Washington, Wm. Durand, Sam'l C. NicoIL 

7. Derby, Ebenezer Wakelee, Samuel Bassett. 

8. Zoar, Grandison Clark, Nathan J. Wilcoxson. 

9. Bennett's, C. B. Hickock, Harmon Fairchild. ' 

10. Hawley's, Bryant Smith, John Jackson, 

11. New Milford, Lawrence Taylor, S. D. Orton. 

12. Buirs Falls, John H. St. John, S. H. Cham- 

berlain. 

13. Pratt's, none appointed. 

14. Norwich and Preston, C. D, Fillmore, Augus- 

tus Converse, Isaac Williams, 2d. 

15. Fuller's, Myron Harrison, Starr Hollister. 

16. Enfield, George C. Owen, H. P. Kent. 

17. Boardman's, Lawrence Taylor, S. D. Orton. 

18. Gaylord's, Isaac Stone, E. B. Goodsell. 

ON FERRIES. 

No. 1. New London, F. R. Chapman, John Hudson, 
2. Gale's, Guy Stoddard, E. A. Saturley. 



COMMISSIONERS, 53 

3. Chapman's, J. L'Hommedieu, William Marsh. 

4. Warner's, Samuel Colt, Samuel Holmes. 

5. Higganum, Isaac Arnold, Noah Dickinson. 

6. East Haddam, Samuel Arnold, 2d., Daniel B. 

Warner. 

7. Middle Haddam, B. Strong, D. Brainerd. 

8. Essex, Marsh E. Anderson, J. C. Redfield. 

9. Rocky Hill, James Killam, Marshall Gri'mes. 

10. Pratt's, Guy Sampson, James Fortune. 

11. King's, Gad Sheldon, Hiram S. Belcher. 

12. East Windsor, C'icero Phelps, Hor. Newbury, 

13. Ware House Point, Wm. Barnes, Hor. Birge, 

14. Enfield, John Adams, Geer Terry. 

15. Saybrook, Matthew Bacon, Rich'd E. Pratt. 

16. Haddam, Diodate Brainerd, Isaac Arnold. 

17. Hartford and East Hartford, Asa Farewell, 

Giles Olmsted. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

J^ew Haven and J^orlhamplon Company, 

William Tyler, Adna Whiting, Odiah L. Sheldon, 

George W. Bartholomew. 

New York, Providence, and Boston Rail Road, 
Albert Latham, Ezra Cheesebrough, Oliver Burdick. 

Korwich and Worcester Rail Road. 
Vernon Stiles, D. B. Chapman, Benjamin Warner. 

Housalonic Rail Road^ 
Charles H. Pond. 

Hartford and J^ew Haven Rail Road, 
William H. Ellis, William Field, Hugh P. Phelps. 

Hartjhrd and Springfield Rail Road^ 
Henry W. E4w?^rds, Edwa^rd A, ?helps,^ John Stewart. 



54 COMMISSIONERS. 

Union Company. 
Lemuel White, Jesse Goodrich, Jeremiah Brown, 

Directors of the State Prison, 
Richard Niles, John Cotton Smith, Jr., Edwin Stearns. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed hy the Governor cf Connecticut^ to take the 

acknowledgment of Detds^ Depositions^ &c., in the 

respective States where tJiey reside. 

New York City — Frederick Ellsworth Mather, Ran- 
som Fayerweather, Joseph Wood, Mortimer M. Jack- 
son, Ebenezer Youn^, William H. Smith, Charles F. 
Croswell, John Hildreth, Lewis B. Woodruff, Harrison 
G. O. Babcock, George Gibbs, George Fulsom, Fred- 
erick A Hanford, Edmund Terry, Theodore Hinsdale, 
Josiah M. Carter, John T. Seeley, William S. Pierson, 
Richard Goodman, Silas M. Stiliwell, Alanson Taylor, 
Andrew Warner, John A. Morrall, Stephen J. Field, 
Will ' ~ ' ~ ~ ' ' 

Still 
Sherwood, 

Boston — George S. Bulfinch, John P. Putnam, Jos. 
Jenkins, George M. Brown, John H. Bolles. 

Philadelphia — Nathan Strong, Samuel H. Austin. 

New Orleans — John McLean Halsey. 

Albany, N. Y. — Epaphras L. Sherman, Robert J< 
Hilton. 

Rochester, N. Y. — Levi A. Ward. 

Troy, N. Y. — David L. Seymour. 

Greenwich, N. Y. — Daniel Frost, Jr. 

Buffalo, N, Y.— Legrand Marvin. 

Perry. N. Y. — Isaac N. Stoddard. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.— Silas E. Haight. V 



ndrew Warner, John A. Morrall, Stephen J. Field, 
i^illiam S. Rowland, John Bissell, John C. Comstock, | 
tillman K. Wightman, Chas. F. Wetmore, George R. 



Ledyard, N. Y. — Ebenezer Watrous. 

Ovid, N. Y.— Fayette Allen. 

La Fayette, Onondaga co. N. Y. — E. Van Wert Dox. 

New Jersey — Frederick A. Cox. 



V 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 55 

Newark, N. J. — John Chetwood, Geo. G. Douglass. 

Patterson, N. J. — Andrew Mead. 

Barre, Ms. — Walter A. Bryant. 

Augusta, Maine — James L. Child. 

Providence, R. I. — Walter R. Danforth, 

Newport, R. I. — George Turner, 

Detroit, Mich.— A. Williams. 

Alabama — Calvin B. Butler. 

Mobile, Ala.— William H. Bunnell. 

St. Louis, Mo. — James B. Colt. 

Portage co. Ohio— Wm. H. Smith, David R. Tilden. 

Brighton, Ohio — Harvey Clark. 

Jefferson co. Kentucky — Jefferson Smith. 

La Fayette, Ind. — Henry W. Ellsworth. 

Wilmington — Jeremiah Lippitt. 

Macon, Geo. — Charles H. Higgins. 

Savannah, Geo. — John H. Goodrich. 

Galena, Missouri — Thomas Melville. 



liist of IVolaries Fwtolic, 

COMMISSIONED IN 1842-3. 

Hartford — Benning Mann, Henry Perkins, Henry 
Fowler, Francis Fellowes, H. Tudor Brownell, Erastus 
Smith, Charles H. Tuthill, Francis Parsons, Walter 
Mitchell, Richard G. Drake, Edward Goodman, Sam'l 
H. Parsons, Seymour N. Case. 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith. 

East Windsor — Jesse Charlton. 

Granby — Richard H. Phelps. 

Marlborough — Asa Day. 

Wethersfield — Efoehezer Goodale, Archibald Welch. 

New Havek — James Punderford, Elijah Gilbert, Jr. 
William A. Reynolds, Jonathan Stoddard, Henry S. 
Wadsworth, William H. Jones, Thomas Bennett, Wm, 
B. Bristol, John T. Collis. 

Branford — Levi S. Parsons. 

Derby— Charles E. Moss, John C. Wheeler. 



66 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

East Haven — Bela Farnham. 
Guilford— Alva B. Goldsmith. 
Madison — Reynold Webb. 
Meriden — Eli C. Birdsey, Jonathan N. Yale. 
Milford — William Durand. 
North Haven — William Hartley. 
Oxford — Samuel Wire. 
Southbury — Erastus Osborn. 

Waterbury— Elijah F, Merrill, Samuel H. Judd, Al- 
fred Blackman, Charles Scott. 
Wolcott — Noah H. Byington. 

New London — John Danforth, Joseph C. Douglass, 
E. Fitch Dutton, Everard Holt, John P. C. Mather, 
William F. Brainard, Andrew C. Lippitt. 

Norwich — James A. Hovey, John T. Wait, William 
L'Hommedieu, Gerard Carpenter, William Trench, 
William L. Brewer, John Perkins, Alexander G. Frink, 
William H. Hill. 

Bozrah — David H. Fox, John W. Haughton. 

Franklin — Comfort D. Fillmore. 

Groton — Isaac C. Amidon, Alonzo Williams. 

Lebanon — George Kingsley, Learned Hebbard, John 
T. Mott. 

Ledyard — Gurdon Bill, Samuel S. Lamb, Jacob L. 
Gallup, Guy C. Stoddard. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Thomas A. Clark. 

Lyme — Ebenezer E. Brockvvay, Nath'l M. Brown, 
Christopher Stark. 

Montville— Robert C^omstock, Nicholas Latimer. 

North Stonington — Matthew Brown, Russel Bent- 
ley, Latham Hull. 

Preston — Asa Gore. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Peleg Denison, Ben- 
jamin F. States, George W. Noyes, 2d., Ezra Cheese- 
brough, Francis Amy. 

Fairfield — Francis D. Perry, Henry Sturges. 

Danbnry— Nathaniel H. Wildman, Wm. H.Clark, 
Silas H. Hickok, Oliver Shepard, Thomas P. White. 

Bridgeport — Frederick G. Peabody, Wm. B. Dyer, 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 57 

Mark Moore, Wm. H. Noble, Wm. P. Burrall, David 
B. Nichols, Ira Sherman. 

Darien — Abrani Clock. 

Greenwich — Samuel Close. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman. 

Norwalk — Daniel A. Planfoid, James Stevens, Wm. 
K. James, Reuben A. Williams, Thomas Warner, Jr. 

Stamford— Roswell Hoyt, James H. Miner, Nath'l 
D. Haight, Edward Hill. 

Wilton— Philip Betts, Samuel Belden. 

Brooklyn — Uriel Fuller, Charles White. 

Ashford — Joseph Dorsett, Jr., Horace Gaylord. 

Chaplin— Walter Goodell. 

Thompson — Jeremiah Olney. 

Voluntown — William C. Stanton, Kinney Gallup. 

Windham — George S. Catiin, John A. Perkins, S. 
Bingham, Fanning Tracy, Socrates Balcam. 

Woodstock — John F. Williams, John Fowler, John 
McLellan. 

Litchfield — George C. Woodruff, Francis Bacon, 
George W. Beers. 

New Milford— Samuel D. Orton. 
Plymouth— Elisha Johnson, Calvin Butler. 
Salisbury — Roger Averill. 
Winchester — Roland Hitchcock. 
Woodbury— Charles B. Phelps, Thomas Bull. 

MiDDLETOWN — Jonathan Barnes. 
Chester — Joshua L'Hommedieu. 
East Haddam — John C. Palmer, T. C. Boardman, 
Samuel Holmes. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

Saybrook — Stephen W. Starkey, Joseph H. Mather. 

Tolland — Loren P. Waldo. 

Bolton — Jacob O. Loomis. 

Ellington — John P. Dorman. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbert, Samuel D. Carver. 

Stafford — Benjamin Lathrop. 

Vernon — Gideon Colton, John S. Dobson. 



58 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 
COURTS or PROBATE. 



DISTRICTS. JUDGES. 

Hartford, John Russell. 

Berlin, Ira E. Smith. 

Bristol, G. W. Barthl'^^^ 

Burlington, William Marks. 

Canton, Luther Higley. 

E. Windsor, Wm. Barnes. 

Enfield, H. S. Belcher. 

Farmington, Solo. Whitman. 

Granby, J. C. Holcomb. 

Hartland, Austin Ensign. 

Simsbury, S. S. Hoskins. 

Soulhington, Levi Barnes. 



DISTRICTS. 

Stratford, 

Weston, 

Westport, 



Suffield, 



O. L. Sheldon. 



New Haven, 

Cheshire, 

Guilford, 

Madison, 

Meriden, 

Mil ford 



W^m. L. Foote. 

Geo. Landon. 

John R. Wilcox, 

Jas. S. Brooks. 

Wm. Durand. 
Waihngford, Aug. Hall, 2d. 
Waterbury, Alfred Black. 



JUDGES. 

John Goulding. 
Eli Adams. 
Edwin Wheeler. 



Brooklyn, 

Ash lord, 



Killingly, 

Plainfield, 

Pom fret, 

Thomson, 

Voluntovvn, 

Windham, 

Woodstock, 



B. P. Spalding. 

J. D. Richmond. 
Canterbury, John Francis. 
Hampton, E. S. Mosely. 
" David Chase. 

Joseph Eaton. 

John Williams. 

Talcott Crosby. 

H. Campbell. 

Horatio Webb. 

J. F. Williams. 



Litchfield, E. S. Abernethy. 

Earkhanisted, Jesse Ives. 

liarwinton, Benaj. Hayden. 

Kent, Rufus Fuller. 

Norfolk, J.C. Swift. 

N. Hartford, Wait Garrett. 

New Milford, Geo. W. Taylor. 

Plymouth, Elisha Johnson. 

Roxbury, H. B. Eastman. 

Wm. L. Crocker.' Sharon, J. G. Mitchell. 

Washington, Ithiel Hickox. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtis. 

Woodbury, Chas. B. Phelps. 

Winchester, S. W. Coe. 



New London, Philip Morgan 
Norwich, AsaRoath. 
Bozrah, 

Colchester, George Way. 
East Lyme, Jared Turner. 
Groton, Nathan Daboll. 

Lebanon, T. J. Kingsley. 
Ledyard, Chris. Newton. 
Lyme, Lodowick Bill. 

N. Stonington,Elias Hewitt. 
Salem, John C. Daniels. 

Slonington, Asa Fish. 



xMiddletown, Linus Coe. 

Chatham, Philip Sage. 

E. Haddam, Stephen Cone. 

Haddam, Simon Shailor. 

Killinguorth, Ely A. Elliott. 

Fairfield, W^m. Sherwood.' Saybrook, Gurdon Smith. 
Danbury, Silas H. Hickok. 

Bridgeport, Smith Tweedy. Tolland, Loren P. W^aldo. 

Newtown, Tho. Blackman.^Ellington, Thad. C Bruce. 

Norwalk, G. A. Davenport.' Hebron, A. W. Birge. 

Redding, J. R. Sanford. | Mansfield, F. F. Hanks. 

Ridgefield, Wm. Sherwood. Somers, Orson Wood. 

Stamford, H. A. Mitchell. I Stafford, ; 



POST OFFICES. 59 

Post Offices and Post masters 



IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY, 



Hartford, Joseph Pratt ; West, Elilm Olmsted. 

Avon, Francis Woodford. 

Berlin, Edward Wilcox; New Britain, Henry Nash; 

Kensington, Theron Hart. 
Bloomficid, S. H. flubbard ; TarifFville, J. W. Adams. 
Bristol, George. Fl. Mitchell. 
Burlington, Frederick Bull. 
Canton, W. H. Hawley ; Canton Centre, Simeon 

Mills; Collinsville, S. D. Marsh; N. Canton, C. C. 

Adams. 
East Hartford, Henry Phelps. 
East Windsor, James Charlton ; Broad Brook, Henry 

S. Kingsley; Ketch Mins, Shepard ; Scantic 

Village, Geo. Parsons ; Warehouse Point, H. Pease, 

Jr. ; Oakland, William Scott. 
Enfield, Geer Terry ; Thompsonville, Geo. C. Owen ; 

Skittic(», John King. 
Farniington, George D. Cowles ; Plainville, T. C. 

Steel ; Unionville, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor ; South, Geo. Merrick. 
Granby, Daniel Hayes ; East, C. T. Hillyer ; North, 

Abner Case ; Wet^t, J. D. Wilcox. 
Hartland, Calvin Benning; West, T. D. Bosworth, 
Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge ; Buckland's Corner, 

William Jones. 
Marlborough, Asa Day. 
Rocky Hill, Henry Whitmore. 
Simsbury, J. O. Phelps. 
Southington, Chester Whittlesey. 
Suffield, Geo. A. Loomis ; West, Charles Dennison. 
Wethersfieid, J. Goodrich ; Newington, W. Deming. 
Windsor, Samuel O. Loomis; Locks, C. H. Dexter; 

Poquonnock, Cicero Phelps, 



60 POST OFFICES AND 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Henry Haggrins ; Fair Haven, Lester 

Keep ; Westville, J. G. Hotchkiss. 
Bethany, Hezekiah Thomas. 
Branford, Orrin D. Squire. 
Cheshire, Elihu Yale. 

Derby, Robert Gates ; Humphreysville, J. D. Smith. 
East Haven, R. Andrews. 

Guilford, A. B. Wildman ; N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 
Hamden, L. Hitchcock. 

Madison, Jolin Tibbals; North, S. L. Blatchley. 
Meriden, Walter Hooth. 
Middlebury, Larmon Townsend. 
Milford, L. N. Beardsley. 
North Branford, James Monroe; Northford, Timothy 

Bartholomew. 
Oxford, H. W. Upson. 
Prospect, Robert C. Porter. 
Southbury, C. H. Hall ; Southford, Cyrus Hinman ; 

South Britain, Anson Bray. 
Wallingford, S. H. Dutton. 

Waterbury, E Leavenworth; Naugatuck, E. Candee. 
Wolcott, William Welton. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, James H. Turner. 

Bozrah, S. Fitch ; Bozrahville, H. Mowrey. 

Colchester, Pomeroy Hall ; Westchester, Robbins 
Tracy. 

East Lyme, F. B. Loomis; River Head, E. Bcckwith. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, Thomas F. Edmond ; Jewett City, Samuel 
Button. 

Groton, Elijah Bailey ; Centre, R. W. Smith; Por- 
tersvillo, J. Rmdail; Pcquot, JefF. Perkins ; No- 
ank, William Latham. 

Lebanon, Simeon Peckham ; Exeter, Elias S. Wil- 
liams ; Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 

Ledyard, Erastus Gallup ; Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown. 

Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 



POST MASTERS. 61 

Lyme, C. W. Wait ; North, Erastus Stark ; Ham. 

burgh, S. M. BrocUway ; Hadlyrne, Eli P. Welles ; 

South Lyme, Russel L. Chadwick. 
Montville, ; Chesterfield, James Turner ; 

Uncasville, Charles J. Wheeler. 
Norwich Town, John Hyde ; Norwich City, Enoch 

C. Chapman. 
North Stonington, William B. Hull ; Pendleton Hill, 

Enoch B. Pendleton. 
Preston, H. Brown ; Poquetannock, Asa L. Latham, 
Salem, Orramel Whittlesey. 
Stonington, Franklin Williams ; Mystic, John Hyde; 

Mystic Bridge, B. F. Palmer. 
Waterford, Henry Gardiner, 2d. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Henry C. Smith : Southport, W. Sher. 

wood, Jr. 
Danbury, Phineas D. Crosby, 
Bethel, (in Danbury) Hiram Weed. 
Bridgeport, Isaac Shernian, Jr. 
Brookfield, Henry Ruggles. 
Darien, Ira Scofield. 
Greenwich, Samuel Close ; Stanwich, Harvey Smith ; 

Round Hill, O. C. Knapp. 
Huntington, Lucius Biackman. 
Monroe, C. H. Beardsley ; Stepney, L. Edwards. 
Newtown, Henry May. 

Norwalk, Charles Isaacs ; South, Horace Taylor. 
New Canaan, Thomas S. Husted. 
New Fairfield, Seeley Barnum. 
Ridgefield, Charles A. Hanford ; Mill Plain, Ellas 

Birchard ; Ridgebury, Thomas St. John ; Scott's 

Bridge, David JScott. 
Redding, Joseph Darling ; Town House, E.M. Frost; 

Redding Ridge, Edward Starr, Jr. 
Sherman, Frederick Edwards. 

Stamford, Sands Seeley ; N. Stamford, Abishai Weed. 
Stratford, David Brooks. 
Trumbull, E. Beach ; Long Hill^ E. B. Middlebrook. 



62 POST OFFICES A?«D 

Westport, Hezekiah Nichols. 
Weston, Mallelt Seelcy. 
Willon, Samuel F. Lambert. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Adams White. 

Ashford, D. Clark ; Eastford, J. Dorsett, Jr. ; North, 
Cyrel Keyes ; Westford, Michael Richmond. 

Canterbury, Richard Fenner ; Westminster, P. Spicer. 

Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 

Hampton, WiUiam Brown ; Howard's Valley, S. Burn- 
ham. 

Killingly, Leavens Jencks ; North, George Warren ; 
South, Cyrus Day ; East, Elisha Stone ; West, Silas 
Clapp. 

Plainfield, Henry Sabin ; Centre Village, John D. Bur- 
gess ; Moosup, John Dunlap. 

Pomfret, Benjamin Child ; Landing, B. F. Durkee; 
Abington, Orin Sumner. 

Sterling, William Fenner. 

Thompson, Jeremiah Olney ; West, J. O. Fox ; New 
Boston, C. C. Wood ; Fishersville, W. Fisher, Jr. 

Voluntown, K. Gallup. 

Windham, Horatio Webb ; Scotland, William Davi- 
son ; Willimantic, Lloyd E. Baldwin. 

Woodstock, George Bowen ; North, A. Carpenter ; 
West, J. F. Williams. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 
Litchfield, G. C.Woodruff; S. Farms, W. L. Smed. 

ley ; Milton, G. P. Welch ; Northfield, Dan Catlin ; 

Bantam Falls, L. Kenney. 
Barkhamsted, G. W. Merrills ; Hitchcockville, Wm. 

H. Phelps; Pleasant Valley, Virgil Taylor. 
Bethlem, Homer Skidmore. 

Canaan, William Watson ; South, Chauncey Reed, Jr. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell ; Colebrook River, Dan. 

DeWolf. 
Cornwall, Julius Beardsley ; Bridge, Peter Bierce ; 

West, George Whpaton. 



POST MASTERS. 63 

Goshen, John Stone ; North, N. H. North. 

Harwinton, Truman Kellogg. 

Kent, Ira Spooner ; North, L. B. Bull ; South, W. T. 
Hopson. 

New Hartford, Tertius Wadsworth ; Centre, J. F. Hen- 
derson. 

New Milford, Nathaniel Perry ; Bridgewater, C. G. 
Sanford ; Gaylord's Bridge, Sylva. Marvin ; North- 
ville, S. Buckingham. 

Norfolk, John A. Siiepard. 

Plymouth, J. C. Calhoun ; Hollow, Seth Thomas, Jr.; 
Terrysville, Philo Lewis. 

Roxbury, Myron Downs. 

Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp ; Furnace Village, J. G. 
Mitchell ; Chapinville, Horace Landon ; Falls Vil- 
lage, John A. Easign ; Lime Rock, Milo Barnum. 

Sharon, Judson St. John ; Ellsworth, L S. Everett. 

Torrington, Albro VV. Covvles ; Wolcottville, Orrin B. 
Freeman ; Torringford, Nathaniel Smith. 

Washington, D. B. Brinsmade ; Woodville, Frederick 
Chittenden ; New Preston, Charles Vaill. 

Warren, Edmund R. Swift. 

Watertown, H. Hemingway. 

Winchester, John Boyd ; Centre, Samuel Hurlbut. 

Woodbury, Andrew Root. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Eli Wilcox ; North Society, N. Bushnell. 

Chester, George Parker, 2d. 

Clinton, A. H. E liott. 

Durham, B. B. Beecher. 

East Haddam, F. W. Green ; Moodus, Jas. C. Hyde ; 

Millington, J. P. Arnold ; Leesville, S. B. Wheelock. 
Haddam, Jonathan Arnold ; Higganum, W. Child. 
Killingworth, Horace Redfield. 
Portland, Mrs. Ann B. Sinith. 
Saybrook, Kich'd E. Pratt ; Essex, A. F. Whittemore ; 

Deep River. Sedley E. Snow; Winthrop, J. Denison. 
Westbrook, A. T. Wilcox. 



64 RATES OF POSTAGE. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Luther Eaton. 

Bolton, Jabez L. White. 

Columbia, B. Hartson. 

Coventry, North, E. Pomroy, Jr. ; South, S. Bidwell. 

Ellington, John Hall ; Square Pond, Eph'm Dimmick. 

Hebron, AbnerHendee; Gilead, H. Hutchinson; Hope 

Valley, David Chapman ; Andover, Ransford Eutton. 
Mansfield, J. Woodward ; Centre, Z. Storrs, 
Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton ; North, A. Kibbe. 

Stafford Springs, ; West, P. Orcutt. 

Union, D. L. Newell. 

Vernon, L. P. Tinker ; Rockville, Samuel P. Rose. 

V^illington, Jonathan Weston ; Moose Meadow, B. 

Lillibridge. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single letters composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding - 
Over SO, and not exceeding - 
Over 80, and not exceeding - 
Over 150, and not exceeding . 
Over 400, - . . . 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged wiih triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, are charged with quadrujjle those rates. 

All letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or 
more, are charged at the rate of single postage for 
each quarter of nn ounce, or quadruple postage for 
each ounce, according to weight ; and no letter can 
be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless 
the weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupois. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published, or if carried out of the State, 
but not carried over 100 miles, • . .1 cent. 



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POST OFFICE. 65 

Over 100 miles, and out of thg Slate in which it is 
published, .----- 1^ cents. 

MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 
100 miles, - - - - 1^ cents per sheet. 

do. do. over 100 miles, - 2^ do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, 4 do, 

do. do. over 100 miles, 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing no more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rales. Eight 
pages quarto are ruled as one sheet, and all other 
eizes in the same proportion. 

All letters transmitted by express mail, are charged 
triple postage. 



Extract from the Report of the Post Master General, 
December^ 1842. 

The whole number of free letters sent through the 
Post Office annually, so far as the returns of Post Mas- 
ters exhibit, is about 3,000,000. 

Assuming 15 cents as the average rate of each letter, 
if charged with postage, ^450,000 would be the am't. 
received. Thus it will be seen, that nearly one-ninth 
of all the matter which passes through the mail passes 
free of postage. The loss to the Department does not 
stop here. Two cents are paid to Post Masters on 
each of those letters, constituting an annual charge up- 
on the revenue of |60,000. 

The revenue of the Post Offie Department, for the 
year ending June 20, 1842, was $'4,546,246 13. The 
expenditures for the same period, |4,235,052 11. 

O" Printers of Newspapers may send one paper to 
each and every other printer of Newspapers within 
the United States, free of postage, under such regula- 
tions as the Post Master General may provide. 
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CLERGYMEN. 73 

Clcrj^yaiieii. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 
Hartford — Joel Hawes, D. D., Horace Bushnell, 
D. D., Isaac N. Sprague, Tlionias H. Gallaudet, J. W. 

C. Peiininjrton, c. ; lit. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. 
D., George Burgess, Silas Totlen, D. D., Arthur C. 
Coxe, E. ; Jeremiah S. Eaton, Rob't R. Raymond, b. ; 

Paul Brown, m.; John Moore, u. ; Brady, r. c. 

West Hartford, George I. Wood, c. 

Avon — Stephen Hubbell, John Bartlett, c. ; Niles 
Whiting, B. 

Berlin — Wiliam Woodruff, Royal Robbins, Samuel, 

Rockwell, Chester S. Lyman, c. ; George Kerr, 

Miller, m. ; L. F. Barney, b. ; David H. Plumb, u. 

Bloomfield — William W. Backus, c. ; Alfred Gates, 
B. ; W. S. Stillwell, m. 

Bristol — Raymond H. Seeley, c. ; Jos. F. Covil, E. ; 
Edward Savage, b. ; S. W. Smith, m. 

Burlington — James Noyes, jr., c. ; £Ienry Lowns- 
bury, M. ; David Bennett, b. 

Canton — Jairus Burt, c. ; Charles McLain, C. W. 
Walker, b. 

East Hartford — Samuel Spring, c. ; C. C. Brainard, 
— Walker, m. 

East Windsor — Levi Smith, Shubael Bartlett, Ben- 
net Tyler, D. D., c. ; Joseph Scott, e. 

Enfield — Francis L. Robbins, c. ; Joseph Harvey, 

D. D. p. ; M. P. Alderman, m. ; Philip Billingame, 
Shak. speaker. 

Farmington — Noah Porter, D. D., Richard Wood- 
ruff, Chauncey D. Cowles, c. ; J. Freegrove, m. 

Granby — Israel P. Warren, J. B. Clark, c. ; William 
Dixon, M. ; Reed, b. 

Glastonbury — James A. Smith, Warren G. Jones, 

Aaron Snow, c. ; George H. Nichols, e. Stod. 

dard, C. W. Tamer, m. 

Hartland — J. C. Haughton, Aaron Gates, c. ; Peter 
Tatro, A. Bushnell, John Sweet, A. BushnelJ, jr., m. 



74 CLERGYMEN. 

Manchester — Bennet F. Nortlirop, c. ; D. Bennet,B. 

Marlborough— Hiram Bell, c; Nelson Goodrich, m. 

Rocky Hill— Calvin Chapin, D. D., c. ; H. T. Ger- 
ald, M. 

Simsbury — Allen McLean, c. ; William Reed, b. ; 
Thomas Ellis, u. 

Southington — Elisha C. Jones, c. ; S. Richards, b. 

Suffield — A. C. Washburn, I. W. Sessions, c. ; Levi 
Warner, m. ; Dwight Ives, b. 

Wethersfield — Joab Brace, c. ; H. B. Kenyon, Wm. 
Bentley, b. 

Windsor — Vacant, c. ; S. W. Scofield, m. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven — Leonard Bacon, D. D., Samuel W. S. 
Dutton, Elisha L. Cleaveland, Edward Strong, Abra- 
ham C. Baldwin, Joseph P. Thompson, (Yale Coll.) 
Jeremiah Day, D. D., Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., 
Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D., Eleazar T. Fitch, 
D. D., (Fair Haven,) Benjamin L. Swan, (Westville,) 
Judson A. Root, (African,) Amos G. Beman, c. ; H. 
Croswell, D. D., Joseph H. Nichols, William F. Mor- 
gan, (Westville,) Henry Tovvnsend, e. ; F. Hodgson, 

■ Brewer, m. ; (Westville,) T. C. Tcasdale, E. T. 

Winter, b. ; John Raine, p.m.; James Smith, r. c. 

Bethany— Daniel B. Butt.*:, c. ; C. A. Adams, m. 

Branford— Timothy P. Gillett, c. ; Pascal P. Kid- 
der, Davis, E. ; T. Shailer, b. 

Cheshire — Erastus Colton, c. ; F. Miller, e. ; Ira 
Abbot, M. 

Derby — George Thatcher, William B. Curtiss, c. ; 
William Ashley, John D. Smith, e. ; Ezra Jaggar, 
J. B. Wakelee, m. 

East Haven — Stephen Dodd, c. ; H. Townsend, e. 

Guilford — E. Edwin Hall, Zolva Whilmore, c. ; L. 
T. Bennett, D. Baldwin, e. ; R. Wymond, m. ; A. B. 
Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden — Austin Putnam, James Birney, c. ; Hen- 
ry Fitch, E, ; Aaron S. Hill, m. ; David Bradley, b. 



CLERGYMEN. 75 

Madison — Samuel N. Shepard, Lent S. Hough, c. ; 
Nathan Tihbals, m. 

Meriden—Georgo \V. Perkins, c. ; John T. Cash- 
ing^, E. ; IJervcy Miller, b. 

Middlebury—Jason Atwater, c. ; O. Hopson, e. ; D. 
Wooster, m. 

Milford— Bezalecl Pinneo, David B. Coe, Asa M. 
Train, c. 

North Branford — John D. Baldwin, Wm. J. Board- 
man, c. ; David Baldwin, e. 

North Haven — Loverett Griggs, c. 

Orange — Cyrus Brewster, Edward Wright, c. ; A. 
B. Cliapin, E. 

Oxford — Stephen Topliff, c. ; Abel Nichols, e. 

Prospect — Reuben Torrey, c. 

Southbury— O. B. Butterfield, William H. Whitte. 
more, c. ; Aaron Pearce, m. 

Waliingford— Edwin R. Gilbert, c. ; Ira Tuttle, e= 

Waterbury — David Root, c. ; Jacob L. Clarke, e. ; 
Aaron S. Hill, m. ; O. Allen, b. 

Woodbridge — SaniM H. Elliott, c. ; H. Townsend,E. 

Wolcott — Aaron C. Beach, c. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London — Abel McEwen, Artemas Boies, Jo- 
seph llurlbut, c. ; Robert A. Hallam, e. ; Jabez Swan, 
Lemuel Covill, b. ; S. Benton, Geo. Thompson, m. 

Norwich — Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, A. L. Whit- 
man, Willard Child, c. ; Seth B. Paddock, e. ; Wm. 
Palmer, M. G. Clark, b. ; Daniel Dorchester, David 
N. Bentley, Sewel Lamberton, S. Benton, S. Swan, 
— — Russell, M. ; J. B. Wilson, u. ; A. J. Glouces- 
ter, A. c. 

Bozrah — George Perkins, J. F. Burchard, c. ; E, 
Bridge, m. 

Colchester — Joel R. Arnold, Dan'l G. Sprague, c. ; 
Robert C, Mills, b. ; Robert Allyn, m. 

East Lyme — Frederick Gridley, c. ; Fred'k Wight- 
man, Hepburn B, Wheelor, m. 



76 CLERGYMEN. 

Franklin — Samuel Nott, D. D., John Hyde, c. ; C. 

D. Fillmore, m. 

Griswold — Tho.L. Shi[>man, Rosvvell Whitmore, c. ; 
Benajah Cook, Henry Turbush, m. 

Grolon — Jared R. Avery, c. ; James J. Berg, m. ; 
Erastus Denison, Ira Steward, b. ; IJackus Bailey, u. 

Lisbon — Levi Nelson, Joseph B. Ayer, c. ; C. D. 
Fillmore, m. 

Lyme — Davis S. Brainard, Philip Payson, Charles 

E. Murdock, Stephen A. Loper, Oliver Brown, c. ; 
Pierpont Brocket, b. 

Lebanon— Juhn C. Nichols, Israel T. Otis, Stephen 
Hayes, c. ; Nathan Wildman, Eben'r Robinson, ch. 

Ledyard — Timothy Tuttle, c; Ralph Hurlbut, m. ; 
Zephaniah Watrous, q. 

Montville — Spencer F. Beard, Anson Gleason, c. ; 
R. Russell, B. ; M. Leffingwell, E. Denison, m. 

North Stonington — Philo Judson, c. ; Cliarles Ran- 
dall, E. Denison, B. C. Grafton, b. 

Preston — Angus. B. Collins, c. ; Dexter Potter, e. ; 
Henry R. Knapp, b. 

Salem — Charles Thompson, c; Christoplier Lef- 
fingvi'ell, B. ; John Whittlesey, John Brown, m. 

Stonington — N. B. Cook, c. ; A. G. Palmer, J. S. 
Anderson, b. ; J. W. Case, m. 

Waterford — Francis Darrow, f. d. e. ; Lester T. 
Rogers, s. d. b. ; T. R. Whitman, f. d. b. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield — Lyman H. Atwater, T. B. Sturges, c. ; 
Nathaniel E. Cornwall, Samuel Nichols, e. ; Anson 

F. Beach, m. 

Bridgeport— J. H. Hunter, NathM Hewit, D. D., c; 

Gurdon S. Coit, e.; Smith, b. ; J. L. Gilder, m. 

Brookfield — D. C. Curtis, c. ; Edward J. Ives, e. ; 

G. S. Gilbert, m. ; Atwater, b. 

Danbury — Rollin S. Stone, c. ; Tho's T. Guion, E. ; 
W. R. Webb, b. ; L. Bronson, m. ; John Purves, E. 



CLERGYMEN. 77 

Darien — E. D. Kinney, c. 

Greenwich — Noah Coe, Chauncey Wilcox, S. B. S. 
Bissell, c. ; Benjamin M. Yarrington, e. ; Ebenezer 
R. Raymond, b. 

Huntington — Thomas Pundcrson, c. ; G. A. Ster- 
ling, E.; Alva Gregory, B. 

Monroe — Robert D. Gardner, c. ; Rodney Rossi- 
ter, E. ; Fuller, m. ; 

Norwalk— Edwin Hall, F. C. Woodworth, c. ; Wil- 
liam C. Mead, D. D., e. ; J. J. VVoolsoy, b. ; W. Hus. 
ted, M. 

Newtown — John Ambler, c. ; S. Stocking, David 
Burhans, e. ; M. Fuller, m. 

New Fairfield— David C. Perry, c. ; Uriah Mead. m. 

New Canaan — Theophilus Smith, c. ; David Og- 
den, E. ; Jesse IJunt. m. ; Wiiliam Biddle, b. 

Redding — David C. Comstock, c. ; Wm. Atwell, e. ; 
— Hoyt, M. 

Ridgefield — James A. Hawley, Zalmon B. Burr, c. ; 
Warner Hoyt, e. ; Chas. Chittenden, b.; Abraham S. 
Francis, m. 

Stratford—William B. Weed, c. ; Alfred A. Mil- 
ler, E. ; Daniel Smith, m. 

Sherman — Nathaniel M. Urmston, c. ; Zechariah 
Davenport, m. 

Stamford— Dani(;l Smith, John W. Alvord, c. ; Am- 
brose Todd, E. ; George Brown, S. Adams, m. ; Jas. 
B. Stickney, Parkor, b. 

Trumbull— William T. Bacon, c. ; David G. Tom- 
linson, William Bronson, e. 

Westport — Henry Benedict, c. ; Edward C.Bull, e. ; 
W. Davenport, m. 

Weston — Charles T. Prentice, c. ; Wm. Denison, b. 
Laban Clark, m. 

Wilton.-John Smith, c. ; E. O. Beers, m. ; W. H. 
Johnson, b. 



WINDHAM COUTs^TY. 
BiiooKLYN-.G. J. Tillotson, c. ; Riverius Camp, e. ; 
Thomas Huntington, b. ; William Coe, u. 



78 CLERGYMEN. 

Ashford— Charles Hyde, Francis Williarns, c. ; 

Blood, M. ; E. Skinner, b. 

Canterbury— Walter Clark, Asa King, c. 

Chaplin— Erastiis Dickinson, c. 

Hampton— William Barnes, c. ; A. Burnham, en. 

Killingly — Henry Robinson, Brown, George 

Langdon, c. ; Henry May, m. ; Daniel Williams, 

Branch, b. ; G. Greensiet, en. ; Preston, u. 

Plainfield— Andrew Dunning, e. ; Daniel D. Lyon, 
— Smither, b. ; Dorchester, Latham, m. 

Pomfret— Daniel Hunt, Nathan S. Hunt, c. ; C. B. 
Congdon, b. ; D. Clapp, q. ; Rosvvell Park, e. 

Sterling— Jacob Allen, c. ; Peleg Peckham, John 
Gardner, b. 

Thompson — Daniel Dow, D. D., c.; L. G.Leon- 
ard, B. ; R. Phelps, Barns, m. 

Voluntown — Jacob Allen, e. ; Charles S. Weaver, 
G. Palmer, b. 

Windham— John E. Tyler, c. ; Giles H. Deshon, e.; 
Henry Bromley, b. 

Woodstock— Otis Rockwood, Benjamin Ober, Tho*s 
BoutcUe, c. ; Bela Hicks, John Paine, b. ; H. Slade, u. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield— Jonathan Brace, David L. Parmclee, 
Ralph Smith, c. ; Truman Marsh, J. Jones, William 
Payne, G. C. Eastman, e. ; D. L. Marks, m. 

Barkhamsted— Reuben S. Hazen, c. 

Bethlem— Fosdick Harrison, e. ; Isaac H. Tuttle, e. 

Canaan— Vacant, c. 

Cornwall— Joshua L. Maynard, e. ; T. Edwards, m. 

Colobrook — Alfred E, Ives, c. ; Zalmon Tobey, E. 
Doty, B. 

Goshen — Chester Colton, c. ; D. Marshall, m. 

Harwinton— Charles Bentley, e. ; Henry Zell, e. 

Kent— William W. Andrews, c. ; E. J, Fry, m. 

New Milford — John Greenwood, c. ; Enoch Hunt- 
ington, E. ; Wm. H. Bangs, m. ; E. Beecher, b. 

]Sew Hartford— Cyrus Yale, c. 



CLERGVMEN. 79 

Norfolk— Joseph EUIridge, c; Lewis Gunn, m. ; A. 
B. Hubbard, b. 

Plymouth— Ephraim Lyman, Harvoy D. Kitchel, 
M. Richardson, c. ; William Watson, J. fl. Hanson, e. 

Roxbury— Austin Isham, c. ; Geo. L. Foote, e. ; B. 
Redford, m. 

Salisbury— Adam Reld, c. ; William Warland, e. ; 
O. V. Am merman, m. 

Sharon Grove L. Brovvnell, c. ; S. T. Carpenter, e. ; 

F. Reed, m. 

Torrington— John A. McKinstry, Samuel Day, B. 

Emerson, c. ; Thomas Benedict, m. ; Law, 

Field, B. 

Warren— Harloy Goodwin, c. ; Charles Everett, m, 

Washington— Gardon flayes, c; (t. W. Gordon, e. 

Watertown— Fhilo R. Hurd, c. ; Nathaniel S. Rich- 
ardson, Frederick Holcomb, D. D., e. 

Winchester— Frederick Marsh, Tlieo.M. Dwight, c; 
D. W. Clark, m. 

Woodbury — Samuel R. Andrew, John Churchill, c. ; 
S, G. Hitchcock, e. ; Jason Wells, m. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

MiDDLETowN — Johu R. Crane, Zebulon Crocker, 
Arthur Granger, James H. Francis, c. ; Samuel F. 
Jarvis, D. D., H. B. Sherman, e. ; Stephen Olin, D. D., 
E. E. Griswold, Laban Clark, J. F. Huber, Joseph 
Holdrich, Daniel Burrows, m. ; Frederick Wightman, 
Jonathan Goodwin, Wm. G. Howard, b. ; Merrit San- 
ford, u. 

Chatham— William Case, Rufus Smith, c, ; Sylves- 
ter Nash, E. 

Chester— \mos S. Cheesebrough, c. 

Clinton — Enoch S.Huntington, c. ; A. C. Wheat, B.; 
Elias Gilbert, m. 

Durham— Charles L. Mills, c. ; Wm. C. Hoyt, m. 

East Haddam — Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, 
Stephen A. Loper, c. 

Haddam— David D. Field, D. D., c; Simon Shai. 
ler, B. ; Katell, m. 



80 CLERGYMEN. 

Killingwortb — Epiiraim G. Swift, c. 

Portland — Harvey T alcott, c. ; William Jarvis, S. 
M. Emery, e. 

Saybrook— Fred'k W. Hotchkiss, Ethan B. Crane, 
Aaron Hovey, F. W. Chapman, c. ; Tho's H. Vaill, 
W. "G. French, e. ; Albert H. Denison, b. ; H. D. La- 
tham, M. 

Westbrook— William A. Hyde, c. ; Isaac Sanford, 
R. K. Mills, M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

ToLLAND— Abram Marsh, c. ; Roland Lathrop, L. I. 
Sherman, M. ; James Squire, b. 

Bolton— James Ely, c. ; Richard Darncrsley, m. 

Coventry — George A. Calhoun, Chauncey Booth, 
Alpha Miller, c. 

Columbia— James W. Woodward, c. 

Ellington— Diodate Brockwiiy, Ezekiel Marsh, c. ; 
John Slandish, m. ; George IVlixter, b. 

Hebron— Edgar J. Doolittle, Charles Nichols, c. ; 
Alpheus Geer, e.; J. Malhor, m. 

Mansfield— Anson S. Atwood, c. ; Aaron R. Liver- 
more, E. ; David P. Chaiiey, b. ; A. E. Standish, m. 

Somers— James T. Terry, c. ; Alonzo Bolles, m. 

Stafford— George H. W^oodviard, Elliot Palmer, c. ; 
Washington Monger, b. 

Union— Samuel J. Curtis, c. 

Vernon — Augustus Pomeroy, c. 

Willington.-David Bancroft, c. ; Elisha Cushraan, b. 



Trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut. 

Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Hon. Seth Terry, Rev. 
Noah Porter, D. D., Hon Elisha Stearns, Hon. Samuel 
J. Hitcock, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. Timoth P. Gil- 
lett. Rev. Alvan Bond, Thomas C. Perkins, Esq., Hon. 
Thomas S. Williams, Rev. Horace Bushnell, D. D., 
Edward Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Parsons, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary and Auditor. 



CITIES. 81 

Incorported Cities. 

HARTFORD. 

AMOS M. COLLINS, Mayor, 

Seth Terry, Recorder, 

'Jildermtn and Judges. 

Timothy M. Alljn, Joseph Church. 

Gha'Hes^H^'Nor^ \^^dermen, . 
Common Council, 

Nathaniel Woodhouse, Ezra Strong-, Ezek. J. Pres- 
ton, William D. Eaton, Lot Dean, Barzillai Hudson, 
Allen Portei , William T. Lee, Elisha B. Pratt, George 
Burnham, Joseph J. Davis, Roland Malher, Walter 
Pease, Jr., Chester Adams, Austin Daniels, Mason 
Gross, Roland A. Robbins, Ezra Clark, Jr., Timo'thy 
Williams. 

City Clerk — Henry Francis. 

Clerk of City Court — Chauncey Howard. 

Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Auditor — William N. Matson. 

Collector — Henry Hastings. 

City Sherifis — Heniy Hastings, N. Starkweather. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, third Monday in April. 

NEW HAVEN. 

PHILIP S. GALPIN, Mayor. 

Jlldermen and Judges, 
Aaron N. Skinner, Ehhu Atwater. 
Beriah Bradley, } /,,, 
Willys Peck, pW«™«"- 
^ Ccmmon Council, 

Shclden Hotchkiss, Elihu Sanford, Augustus Lines, 
fonathan Nicholson, Morris Tyler, Charles J. Allen, 
6 



82 CITIES. 

Jonas B. Bowditch, Charles Thompson, Charles Rob- 
inson, John W. Fitch, William E. Vibbert, John H. 
Chatterton, Charles A. Nettlelon, Abijah Hoyt, Alex'r 
O. Coburn, Samuel Griswold, 2d., Wyllys Bristol, C. 
P. Habbell, Wilson Booth, William A. Reynolds. 

Clerk— Edwark C. Herrick. 

Treasurer — Amos Tovvnsend, Jr. 

Auditor — Enos A. Prnscott. 

Collector — Gardner Morse. 

Sheriffs — Scovill Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 

NEW LONDON. 
ANDREW M. FRINK, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges, 

Andrew C. Lippitt, John Congdon. 

Charles Butler, Jr., } /,, , 
wTw t> D • • y Aldermen, 
William P. Benjamin, ^ 

Common Council. 

George Potter, Jr., Christopher C. Comstock, C. W. 
Strickland, S, Hobson, D. W. Gardner, John Clark, 'I 
William Holt, O. L. Gillett. ' 

Clerk — Henry Smith. 

Treasurer — Edward Prentis. 

Sheriff — Benjamin Hoxsie. 

Agent — Thomas S. Perkins. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in June. 

NORWICH. 

GURDON CHAPMAN, Mayor. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. ^ 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 






CITIES.. .BOROUGHS. 83 

MIDDLETOW N. 

CHARLES R. ALSOP, Mayor, 

Samuel W. Griswold, Recorder, 

Henry D. Smith, ) /lUprmpr, S Joseph Arnold, 
Sam'l W. Griswold, J *^^^^'^"*«^- \ Barzillai D. Sage, 
Common Council. 

Joseph Tobey, Hibbart Smith, William J. Gilbert, 
Nathaniel Ba€on, Thomas C. Simpson, Arnold Watson, 
Talcott Smith, Daniel W. Camp, Wm. S. White. 

John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of City 
Court. 

Sheriffs — Gera Goodell, William Kneeling. 

City Court held on the 2d Tuesday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in January. 

BRIDGEPORT, 

JAMES C. LOOMIS, Mayor. 

Isaac Sherman, Recorder. 
Smith Tweedy, ) ., . ^.^ <s Daniel O, Wheeler, 
Philo Hurd, S '^^^^^"^^^' I Roswell S. Nichols, 
Sheriffs— Isaac H. Whiting, D. L. Mills. 



Boroii§^hs« 



COIiCHESTE R. 

DAVID B. CARROLL, Warden. 

Burgesses — Joshua Clark, M. W. Hutchins, Daniel 
Bulkley, Howell Rogers, A. B. Pierce, G. W. Arnold. 
Clerk and Treasurer — Elijah Ransom, 
Bailiff— D. Bulkley. 



84 BOROUGHS. 

ESSEX. 

AMBROSE W. POST, Warden. 
Burgesses — Chas. W. Smith, Amasa Hayden, Sam- 
uel Ingham, J. H. Hayden, R. H. Post, G. S. Pratt. 
Clerk and Treasurer — U. S. Hayden. 
Bailiff — Sidney Bushnell. 

WORTHINGTO N. 

EDWARD WILCOX, TT^arden. 

Burgesses — William Bulkley, Joseph Whittlesey, 
Josiah Edwards, Lysis Lamb, James Guernsey, B. R, 
Fanning. 

Clerk— Alfred North. 

Treasurer — E. Wilcox. 

Collector— S. C. Hall. 

Fire Warden — William Bulkley. 

Bailiff- S.C.Hall. 

GUILFORD. 

ELIJAH HUTCHINSON, Warden. 
Burgesses — E. C. Kimberly, J. A. Norton, Bildad 
Bishop, J. Benton. 

Clerk — Charles U. Landon. 
Treasurer — George Landon. 
Bailiff — John Hyer. 

DANBURY. 

EDWARD TAYLOR, Warden. 
Burgesses— William W. Hill, T. W. Sprague. 
Treasurer — D. Pearce. 
Bailiff — Edwin Benedict. 
Street Inspector — William P. Stephens, 

WATER BURY. 

GEORGE W. BENEDICT, Warden. 
Clerk — Lucius P. Bryan. 



BOROUGHS. S5 

IV O R W A L K . 

WILLIAM I. STREET, Warden. 
Burgesses — Henry Selleck, Charles Barnes, Charles 
Thomas, Levi Clark, Stiles Curtis, James Pteed, Jr. 

STAMFORD. 

HENRY F. WARING, Warden, 
Burgesses — Henry L Sanford, William B. Holley, 
David W. Smith, James B. Scofield. 
Clerk — Chauncey Ayres. 
Treasurer — Stephen B. Provost. 

STON INGTON. 

GEORGE E. PALMER, Warden. 
Burgesses — C. H. Smith, C. T. Stanton, Azariah 
Stanton, T. M. Brown, R. C. Hancox. 
Clerk and Treasurer — O. York. 
Bailiff — Benjamin Wright. 

LITCHFIELD . 

JOSIAH G. BECKWITH, President. 
Clerk— S. Trowbridge. 
Treasurer — Abel Catlin. 
Bailiff— D. C. Bulkley. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford and Tolland Counties. 
" " 2. New Haven and Middlesex do. 

*' " .3. New London and Windham do. 

'' " 4. Fairfield and Litchfield do. 



SS BANKfeV 

Banks. 

State Commissioners on BanJcs^ 
John C Palmer, 
Frederick C. Wildman^ 
Richard D. Hubbard. 



HARTFORn BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors — David F. Robinson, James Cowles, Ros- 
well Brown, Hez. B. CiiafFee, Francis Parsons, Ezra 
White, jr., Charles Biainard, Edmund G. Howe, Ezra 
S. Hamilton, Joseph Trumbull, Charles Sheldon, C. 
H. Northam. 

On the part of the State, Calvin Day. 

Attorney — Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 2d Thursday in June. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in June and December. 

Capital Stock, ^1,118,090. 



PHOENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 

Directors — George Beach, George Plummer, Fred*k 
Tyler, Allen S. Stillman, Thomas Day, John A. Tain- 
tor, Denison Morgan, Samuel Tudor, Henry Shepard, 
Martin Cowles, Lawson C. Ives. 

On the part of the State, Daniel M. Seymour, F. J. 
Huntington. 

Attorney— Walter Mitchell. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays* 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in September. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in March and September* 

Capital Stock, $1,233,100. 



BANKS. 87 

Branch of the Phoenix Banh, at LitchfelcL 

Asa Bacon, President. 
G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors — Asa Bacon, Theron Beach, George C. 
Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, E. Champion Bacon, 
John C. CofBng, David S. Boardman. 
Attorney— O. S. Seymour. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edu^in Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors — William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Dan'l 
Buck, Stephen Spencer, Joseph Church, Miles A. Tut- 
tle, James H. Wells, Chester Bulkley, George M. Bar- 
tholomew. 

Attorney — Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Capital Stock, $250,000. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d., President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 
Directors — Horace Goodwin, 2d., A. H. Pomroy, 
Joseph Pratt, Luther Loomis, Jesse Savage, J. Good- 
win, jr., Elbridge Cutler, Oliver Filley, Horace Beldcn, 
Henry Keeney, Giles P. Grant, Robert Buell. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 
Capital Stock, |516,300, with liberty to increase to 

11,000,000. 

EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier; 
Directors — Roderick Terry, Henry Waterman, A. 
W, Butler, Solomon Porter, Adrian Janes, Jas. Dixon, 



88 BANKS. 

Silas B. Hamilton, John P. Brace, Ebenezer Flower, 
William L. Collins, Norman Porter, Horatio N. Case, 
Griffin A. Stedman. 

Attorney — Francis Fellowes. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 ; paid in ^|400,000. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 

Vice Presidents— James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Chas. Hosmer, John 
Butler, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen 
Spencer, Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Jeremy 
Hoadley. 

Trustees — Henry A. Perkins, Albert Day, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, Haynes L. 
Porter, Jesse Savage, Amos M. Collins, Edward Good- 
win, Ezra S. Hamilton, William Rogers, Thos. Smith, 
John Warburton, Calvin Day, Wm. T. Hooker, Job 
AUyn, John Beach, Edmund G. Howe, Henry Perkins, 
Harvey Seymour, Gideon Welles, Albert W. Butler 
James G. Bolles. 

Treasurer — Reuben Langdon. 

Secretary — Calvin Day. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, jr., Cashier. 

Directors — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, R. 
S. Baldwin, Augustus R. Street, Isaac H. Townsend, 
Timothy Bishop, Caleb Britnall, Samuel W. Johnson. 

On the part of the State, Isaac N. Prior. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $335,000. 



BANKS. 89 

MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clark, Caleb Mix, 
Elias Hotchkiss, L. G. Cannon, Nathaniel F. Thomp- 
son, Simeon Marble, Ehhu Sanford, Henry White. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in July. 
Capital §tock, $300,000, in Shares of $60. 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — David Daggett, Samuel St. John, Wm. 
Johnson, Erastus Lyman, Zelotes Day, Sherman 
Smith, Ezra C. Pcead, Nath'l A. Bacon, Eli Whitney. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 1 to 
3 P. M.— Capital Stock, $500,000, all paid in. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 
Directors — Henry Hotchkiss, Lewis Hotchkiss, E. 
Hull, Smith Tuttle, Isaac Leavenworth, Matthew G. 
Elliott, T. R. Trowbridge, Leverett Griswold, Stephen 
Bishop. 

Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $500,000. 

NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 



90 BANKS. 

MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Harris Hayden, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha 
A. Cowles, Noah Pomroy, Samuel Yale, Enos H. Cur- 
liss, Asa Hubbard, Ira N. Yale, Arad W. Welton. 
Attorney — Benajah Andrews. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in November. 
Capital Stock, $'150,000. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 

Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. 
Miner, Archibald Mercer, Edward Hallam, George R. 
Lewis, Chas. A. Lewis, Felix Ansart, James Morgan, 
Nathaniel Matson, Alfred While, Richard McCurdy, 
J. C. Sistare. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting. 1st Tuesday in June. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Tb. 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappel, Jonathan 
Coit, Anthony Thatcher, Thomas S. Perkins, Asa 
Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 

On the part of the State, Peter D. Irish. 
A-ttorney — Thomas S. Perkins. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 



BANKS. 91 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $'300,000. 



WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 

Directors — Coddington Billings, Joseph Lawrence, 
John Brandegee, Wanton A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, 
Adam Frink, Acors Barnes. 

Attorney — William F. Brainard. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 



NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice Presidents — Rob't Coit, E. Chappel, A. Gti». 
Directors — Archibald Mercer, Thomas S. Perkins, 
Jonathan Starr, Noyes Billings, C. S. Stockman. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Joseph C. Sistare. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 

Directors — Jabez Huntington, Nathaniel Shipman, 
John Tsham, Joseph Williams, Patrick Fanning, Jos. 
Otis, James S. Treat, J. G. W. Trumbull, Jedediah 
Huntington, Jacob W. Kinney, George Bliss, Henry 
Strong, Jabez W. Huntington. 

On the part of the State, Charles A. Converse. 

Attorney— George Perkins. 

Annual meeting in June. Capital Stock, |210,000. 



92 BANKS. 

THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

Edward Whiting, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors, 
Edward Whiting, Walter Lester, George Hill, N. 
rBrish, Bucklin Mathewson, James Stedman. 
Attorney— George Hill. 
Discount days, Taesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 4th Monday in June. 
Capital Stock, |209,50a. 



QUINNEBAUG BANK. 

Samuel C. Morgan, President. 
Daniel L. Trumbull, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Samuel C. Morgan, Henry B. Norton, Joseph Otis, 
Frederick Prentice, Jedediah Leavens, Erastus Wil- 
liams, Joseph A. Yerrington, Hiram Tarbox, John 
G. Huntington, Conrad V. Thomas, Rog. Huntington. 
Capital Stock, |500,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK, NORWICH. 

William Williams, President. 
Joel W. White, Cashier. 

Directors — William Williams, Stephen Fitch, Sher- 
wood Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, John 
Brewster, Elijah A. Bell, H. B. Buckingham, Roswell 
Morgan, Samuel Tyler, Henry B. Tracy, Jos. Tyler, 
A. B. Isham, Welcom Callyhan, M. T. Richards. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Dividends, March and September. 

Hours of business, from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $125,000. 



BANKS. US 

NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

"William Williams, President. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Jabez Huntington. 
Annual meeting in June. 
George Perkins, Attorney. 

Depositee received every day, during Bank hour*, 
excepting Saturday afternoons. 

JEWETT CITY BANK. 

David Smith, President. 

John Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors — David Smith, Wm. F. Clark, Joel Hyde, 
Nathaniel Coit, Welcome A. Browning, Ansel Brovi^n, 
Nathan Stanton, Roswell Adams, Henry Tucker, W. 
W. Coit, John W. Fanning. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President, 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — E. Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. 
Hallam, Jesse D. Noyes, B. Pomroy, John W. HulJ, 
Charles P. Williams, John F. Trumbull, William Lord, 
B. Pendleton, C. Mallory, H. Smith. 
Capital Stock, $56,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 

George W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 
Attorney — Charles Sabin. 
Capital Stock, |60,000. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jeremiah Sturges, President. 
Francis D. Perry, Cashier, 



y4 BANKS. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvan us Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors— Charles B. Hubbell, Hanford Lyon, F. 
C. Bassett, Ira Peck, Sherman Hartwell, S. Sterling, 
Samuel Hurd, Edward J. Staples, Henry Beers. 
On the part of the State, William B. Dyer. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, |200,000. 

CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors — Nathaniel Wade, Daniel Fayerweathor, 
Seth B. Jones, Joseph Tliompson, Reuben Tweedy, 
Josiah Gorham, Lemuel Coleman, E. J. Staples. 
On the part of the State, Orlando B. Hall. 
Attorney— W. H. Noble. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, |-300,000. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, jr.. Cashier. 
Directors— Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaacs, Buck- 
ingham Lockwood, Joseph W. Hubbell, Wm. Lock- 
wood, William J. Street. 

On the part of the State, William K. James. 
Attorney — Clark Bissell. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $177,300. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
Edward Hill, Cashier. 
Directors — John W. Leeds, Theodore Davenport, . 



BANKS. 95 

Sands Adams, Stephen B. Provost, John Dean, Ste- 
phen Smith, Ezra H. Bishop, Josepli Brush, Stephen 
Hoyt, jr. 

Attorney — Charles Hawley. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



FAIRFIELD BRANCH BANK, DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 

Anson Seeley, Cashier. 
Directors — Russel Hoyt, Reuben Booth, Samuel 
Tweedy, Eli T. Hoyt, Starr Ferry, Henry Beers, Isaac 
H. Seeley. 

WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 

Directors — John Baldwin, John Webb, Levi John- 
son, E. G. Hammond, John A. Perkins, John Tracy, 
J. W. White, H. S. Walcott, Philip Pearl, J. L. White, 
jr., Waldo Bingham. 

On the part of the State, Josiah B. Jackson. 

Attorney — J. Baldwin. 

Discount day, every Wednesday. 

Annual meeting, 2d Wednesday in September. 

Capital Stock, |58,502. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Eaton, John McClellan, E. C. 
Eaton, B. P. Spalding, Wm. Putnam, Adams White, 
Edward Fogg, Daniel P. Tyler, John Gallup, 3d., H. 
G. Taintor, Asahel Hammond, Spalding Barstow, 
William James. 

Discount days, every Wednesday, 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 



yO BANKS. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 

Directors — William H. Mason, William Read, Hez- 
ekiah S. Ramsdell, Franklin Nichols, Simon Davis, 
Talcott Crosby, Thomas Thatcher, Leonard Ballou, 
Horatio Holbrook, Erastus Knight. 

Attorney — Simon Davis. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 2d Tuesday in October. 

Capital Stock, 1 100,000. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Dyer Ames, jr., Cashier. 

Directors — Elijah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, 
William L. Storrs, William .J. Trench, John H. Wat- 
kinson, Hiram Birdsey, Dennis Camp, Franklin Dom- 
ing, George Dickinson. 

On the part of the State, Clark Elliott. 

Attorney — Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Tusdays and Fridays. - 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 

Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Capital Stock, |369,300. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph W. Alsop, Samuel Russell, Eben- 
cxer Jackson, William S. Camp, E. H. Roberts, Rob't 
Johnson, Henry D. Smith, John Stewart, Eli Wilcox, 
Hezekiah Scovil, Joseph Arnold, George Pratt. 
On the part of the State, EzraL'H. Chamberlain. 



BANKS. 97 

Attorney — Jonathan Barnes. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual meetingi 1st Wednesday in July. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M.— Capital Stock, ^220,500. 

MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Richard Rand, President. 
Vice Presidents — Joseph Taylor, Chas. Woodward. 
Directors — Edmund Hughes, Alfred Southmayd, J. 
H. Sumner, John L. Smith. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Henry Carrington. 



EAST HADDAM BANK. 

Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, President. 
T. C. Boardman, Cashier. 
Directors — E. A. Bulkeley, William Palmer, Joshua 
L'Hommedieu, Sam'i Arnold, 2d., Joseph Goodspeed, 
William Palmer, jr., R. S. Pratt, R. P. Williams, G. E. 
Goodspeed, D. B. Warner, R. W. Miller, O. Warner. 
Attorney — E. A. Bulkeley. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, |75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors — Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Wyllys 
Gilbert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Miner Grant, J. 
H. Brockway, Hiram Rider, Oliver H. King. 
Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, $79,000. 
7 



98 COMPANIES. 

TOLLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

George Kellogg, President. 

Vice Presidents — Zaimon Storrs, Wyllys Gilbert, 
Abner Hendee, N. O. Kellogg, R. B. Chamberlain, 
Elisha Johnson, Jesse Carpenter. 

Directors — Loren P "Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Ariel 
Ladd, Chauncey Griggs, Elijah W. Smith. 

Secretary — Oliver K. Isham. 

Treasurer — Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Annual meeting, 4th Monday in June, at 2 o'clock. 
P. M. Office in Tolland County Bank. 



Insuraiice Conipanieis. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company, 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 
James G. Bolles, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June, 
Capital Slock, ^150,000. 



Protection Fire and Marine Insurance Company^ 
Hartford, 

Daniel W. Clark, President. 
William Conner, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. Capital Stock, $150,000. 

*^tna Fire Insurance Company^ Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 

Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary. 

Annual election in June. Capital Stock, $200,000. 



Hartford County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

Daniel St. John, President. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 



COMPANIES. 99 

Charles Shepard, Secretary. 
Pled^rod capital, Jf^GOO,()00. 
Amount Insured, ,SB,100,00I). Losses paid, $13,500. 
Number of Members, 9,200. 
Incorporated in 1831. 



^ew London Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 

Richard Law, President. 
Coleby Chew, Secretary. 
Annual election in July, Capital Stock, $150,000. 



Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company^ Middletoxmi, 

Samuel Cooper, President. 

Wm. Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 

J^ew London County Mutual Fire Assurance Company^ 
J^orwich. — Chartered in May^ 1840. 

Joseph Backus, President. 
John Do Witt, Secretary. 



Norwich Fire hisurance Company, 

Charles P. Huntington, President. 
Joseph Williams, Sacretary. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 
Capital Stock, $100,000^ 



Windham County Mutual Insurance Co,, Brooklyn, 

Asahel Hammond, President. 
Adams White, Secretary and Treas'r. 
Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June. 



Tolland County Mutual Insurance Company, 

Ariel Ladd, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Loren P. Waldo, Treasurer. 



100 RAIL KOADS. 

J^orwich Mutual Jissurance Company. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 
FredMc Miner, N. London, Ass't TreasV. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, 2d Monday in January. 
Capital Stock, $6,666. 



Rail Roadis* 

Hartford and JVew Haven Rail Road Company, 

David Watkinson, President. 

James H. Wells, Treasurer. 

Horatio Fitcli, Secretary. 
R. S. Van Rensellaer, Gen. Superintendent. 
V.ilentine Reynolds, Ticket Agent, Hartford. 
John C. Furber, . *' New Haven. 

Extension Road to Springfield. 

Chester W. Chapin, Gen. Superintendent. 
R. S. Van Rensellaer, Chief Engineer. 
Frederick Harback, } . . . . ^t. 
D. L. Harris, \ Assistant Engineers. 



Housatonic Raid Road Company^ 

William P. Burrall, President. 
Samuel Simons, Treasurer. 
Ira Slierman, Secretary. 
R. B. Mason, Chief Engineer and Superintendent of 
Transportation. 



J^ew York^ Providence and Boston Rail Road Co. 

Elisha Peck, President. 
A. S.Matthews, Superintendetit and Agent, 
Francis Amy, Treasurer, 



COLLEGES. 101 

Colleg^es and Academies. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., President, Hig 
Ex. Chauncey F. Cleveland, LL. 1)., Hon. William S. 
Holabird, Rev. Daniel Smith, Rev. Calvin Chapin, 
D. D., Rev. David Smith, D. D., Rev. Noah Porter, 
D. D., Rev. Daniel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron Dutton, 
Rev. Abel McEvvcn, Rev. Diodate Brockway, Rev. 
Samuel R. Andrew, Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Hon. 
Clark Bissell, Hon. Rufus G. Pinncy, Hon. Ammi R. 
Palmer, Hon. William Hyde, Hon. Samuel L. Pilkin, 
Hon. Horatio Gridlcy. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, M. A. 

Librarian — Edward C. Herrick. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D,, LL D., President. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL. D., Kent Prof, of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D., Prof, of Chem- 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy arid Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, LL. D., Prof, of the Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Eli Ives, M. D., Prof, of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Prof, of 
Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., Prof, of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, M. A., Prof, of Sacred Literature. 

Hon. Samuel J. Hitchcock, LL. D., Instructor in 
the Science and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D.., Livingston Prof, of 
Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D., Prof, tho Pas- 
toral Charge. 



W'Z COLLEGES. 

Denison Olmsted, M. A., Prof, of Natural Philoso- 
phy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, M. A., Prof, of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy and Phy. 
siology. 

Isaac II. Townscnd, M. A., Assistant Instructor in 
the Department of Law. 

Rev. William A. Larned, M. A., Prof, of Rhetoric 
and English Literature. 

Henry Bronson, M. 1)., Prof, of Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics. 

Anthony D. Stanley, M. A., Prof, of Mathematics. 

Edward E. Salisbury, M. A., Prof, of the Arabic 
and Sanskrit Languages and Literature. 

Charles U. Shepard, M. D.,u Lecturer in Nat. Hist. 

Thomas A. Thacher, M. A., Assistant Prof, of the 
Latin and Greek Languages. 

Lewis J. Dudley, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

James Nooney, M. A., Tutor in Nat. Philosophy. 

Perkins K. Clark, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Joseph G. E. Larned, M. A., Tutor;iii Latin. 

Increase N. Tarbox, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Daniel L. Rurnsey, M. A., Tutor in Mathematics. 

Daniel P. Noyes, B. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Francois Turner, Instruct, in the French and Span- 
ish Languages. 

Robert Bakewell, Inst'r in Draw*g and Perspective. 

Benjamin Silliman, jr., M. A'., Assis't Lecturer in 
the Departments of Chemistry, Mineral, and Geol'y. 

Luigi Robert!, Islructor in Italian. 



MEDICAL EXAMINMRS. 

Luther Ticknor, M. D., ex officio, 
Cliarlcs Woodward, M. D. 
Silas Fuller, M. D. 
Archibald Welch, M. D. 
Remus M. Fowler, M. D. 
William H. Cogswell, M. D. 



COLLEGES. 103 

SUMMARY. 

Theological Students, - - - G6 
Law Students, ... - 44 

Medical Students, _ - - - 60 
Resident Graduates, ... 6 

Seniors, . . - • 107 

Juniors, ..... 77 
Sophomores, .... 88 

Freshmen, - - - - 111 

Undergraduates, - - 383 

Total, 559 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the third Thurs. 
day in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Six Weehs, heginning at commencement, the 
third Thur&day in August. 

2. Two weeks, from tiie first Wednesday in Jan. 

3. Four weeks, from llio last Wednesday in April. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

EOAllD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Totlen, S. T. D., President, ex officio^ Rt. 
Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D., LL/D., Rev. 
Harry Croswell, S. T. D., Charles Sigourney, Esq., 
Richard Adams, Esq., Hon. John S. Peters, LL. D., 
William H. Imlay, Esq., Samuel Tudor, Esq., Seth P. 
Beers, Esq., Rev. William Jarvis, Hon. Isaac Toucey, 
Hon. Samuel H. Huntington, Hon. William W. Board- 
man, Rev. Frederick Holcomb, S. T. D., Rev. Stephen 
Jewett, Rev. George Burgess, William H. Scovill, 
Esq., Robert Watkinson, Esq., Thomas Belknap, Esq., 
Rev. William Cooper Mead, S. T. D., George Brin- 
ley, Esq., Rev. Samuel Farmer Jarvis, D. D., LL. D., 
Rev. Robert A. Hallam, Rev. Arthur E. Case. 

Secretary of the Board— Hon. S. H. Huntington. 

Treasurer — Thomas Belknap, Esq. 



104 COLLEGES. 



Rev. Silas Totten, S. T. D., President, and Hobart 
Professor of Belles Leltres and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, A. M., Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

John Brocklesby, jr., A. M., Professor of Mathemat- 
ics and Natural Philosophy. 

George Sumner, M. D., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, LL. D., Prof, of Law. 

P^ev. Abner Jackson, A. M., Professor of Moral and 
Intellectual Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Samuel B. Beresford, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Thomas L. Pynchon, A. B., Tutor. 

Rev. Abner Jackson, A. M., Librarian. 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Seven weeks, from Commencement. 

2. Two weeks, from the Thursday before the 25th 
of December. 

3. Four weeks, from the Thursday before the 12th 
of April. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clarke, Middletown ; Rev. H. Bangs, 
New York ; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Hartford ; A. 
Sanford, Esq., Redding ; Rev. Jam-es L. Phelps, D. D., 
New York ; John L. Smith, Esq., Middletown ; Rev. 
Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Ms. ; Hon. Abel Bliss, 
Wilbraham, Ms. ; Rev. John W. Hardy, Wilbraham, 
Ms. ; Rev. C. D. Cahoon, Lyndon, Vt. ; Hon. Seth 
Sprague, jr., Duxbury, Ms. ; William J. Trench, Esq., 



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COLLEGES, &C. 105 

Middletown ; Sam'l Russell, Esq., Middletown ; Hon, 
Elijah Hubbard, Middletown ; Jonallian Barnes, Esq., 
Middletown ; Hon. William L. Storrs, Middletown ; 
Samuel D. Hubbard, E^q., Middletown ; Hon. Eben. 
ezer Jackson, Middletown ; Rev. Charles Adams, Wil- 
braham, Ms. ; Rev. Stephen Olin, D. D., New York. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, S. T. D., President, and Profes- 
sor of Ecclesiastical History. 

Augustus W. Smith, M. A., Professor of Nat. Phil, 
and Astronomy. 

Harvey B. Lane, M. A., Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages and Literature. 

Rev. Josepii Holdich, M. A., Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles Lettres. 

John Johnson, M. A., Professor of Natural Science 
and Librarian. 

Vacant, Professor of Hebrew\ 

Vacant, Professor of Biblical Literature. 

Hon. William L. Storrs, Professor of Law, 

Rev. Alfred Saxe, M. A., Professor of Normal Inst. 

William R. Bagnall, B. A., Tutor and Instructor in 
Hebrew. 

Rev. Henry DeKoven, M. A,, Instructor in Modern 
Languages. 

Commencement first Wednesday in August. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Located at East Windsor—Incorporated May, 1834. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President, Rev. Daniel 
Dow, D. D., Rev. Nathaniel Hewit, D. D., Rev. Asahel 
Nettleton, D. D., Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D., Rev. 
George A. Calhoun, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. Wil- 
liam Ely, Rev. Cyrus Yale, Rev. Abner Brundage, 
Rev. Isaac Parsons, Rev. Frederick Marsh, Rev. Tim- 
8 



106 BISHOPS. 

othy P. Gillett, Revi David L. Parmelee, Rev. Levi 
Smith, Rev. Elisha L. Cleaveland, Rev. Bennet F^ 
Northrop, Hon. Eli B. Haskell, Hon. Seth Terry, 
Erastus Ellsworth, Esq., Eliphalet Terry, Esq., Rich- 
ard E. Selden, Esq., Chester Bulkley, Esq., Herlehigh 
Haskell, Esq., James B. Hosmer, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President, and Professor 
of Christian Theology. 

Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D., Professor of Eccle- 
siastical History and Church Government. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M., Professor of Bib- 
lical Literature. 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE U. STATES. 

Rt. Rev. Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois, Presiding 
Bishop. 

Manton Eastburn, D.D., Massachusetts. 

Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., Connecticut. 

Henry U. Ondordonk, D. D., Pennsylvania. 

William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 

John Johns, D. D,, Assistant Bisliop, Virginia. 

Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., New York. 

Levi S. Ives, D. D., LL. D., North Carolina. 

John H. Hopkins, D. D., Vermont. 

Benjamin B. Smith, D. D., Kentucky. 

Charles P. Mcllvane, D. D., Ohio. 

George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey. 

James H. Otoy, D.D., Tennessee. 

William R. Whittingham, D. D., Maryland. 

Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia. 

Christopher Gadsden, D. D., South Carolina. 

Jackson Kemper, D. D., Mississippi and Indiana. 

Samuel A. McCoskry, D. D., Michigan. 

Leonidas Polk, D. D., Louisiana. 

William H, DeLansey, D. D., Western New York. 

Alfred Lee, D. D., Delaware. 

John P. Henshaw, D. D., Rhode Island. 



INSTITUTIONS. 107 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rov. Thomas C. Brownell, i>. d., ll. d., Presi- 
dent, ex officio. 

Rov. E. Edwards Beardsloy, Principal. 

Asa J. Diiggs, M. D., Secretary and Treasurer. 

BACON ACADEMY. 

Lewis A. Hiirlbut, Principal. 

James S. Eaton, Assistant. 

Julia P. Dcshon, Principal of the Female Depart. 

Ezra H. Gillett, Edwin S. Chase, Adalaide E. lior- 
ton, Teachers in llie Primary Department. 

Examinations and Vacations. — The Academic year 
is divided into tlireo terms. The Vacations are from 
the 2d Thursday in August, (the Anniversary,) to the 
first Wednesday in January, and two weeks preceding 
the first Wednesday in May. A public examination is 
lield at the close of the Spring and Summer terms, 
and an Exhibition at the close of the Summer term. 

The numl)er of scliolars, the year ending Septem- 
ber, 1843, was 395. 



Institutions. 

AMERICAN ASYLUM, HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas S.Williams, President. 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Amos M. Collins, Calvin Day, Auditors. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Lewis Weld, a. m., Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Cierc, a. m., William W. Tur- 
ner, A. M., Luzerne Ray, a. m., Collins Stone, a. m., 
Jared A. Ayers, a. b., Henry B. Camp, a. b., Lucius 
H. Woodruff, A. M. 



108 INSTITUTIONS. 

Vice Presidents for Life, by Suhscription. 
Samuel Appleton, of Boston ; Charles Sigourney 
and Daniel Wadsworth, of Hartford. 

Vice Presidents elected at the Annual Meeting, 1843. 

Ward Woodbridge, Tliomas Day, Samuel Tudor, 
David Watlunson, James Ward, Charles Seymour, 
James B. Hosnier. 

Z)irec/or5— Barzillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Charles 
Goodwin, Rassel Bunco, James II. Wells, John Beach, 
Amos M. Collins, Francis Parsons, David F. Robin- 
son, Calvin Day. 

By the 27th Report of the Directors of the Asylum, 
made the 13th of May, 1843, it appears that the num- 
ber of pupils under instruction in the course of the 
year, was 123, of whom 24 were beneticiaries of Maine, 
14 of New Hampshire, 18 of Vermont, 24 of Massa- 
chusetts, 17 of Connecticut, 3 of South Carolina, 2 of 
Georgia, and the remainder, 21 in number, were com- 
mitted to the care of the institution by private individ- 
uals. The aggregate is below the usual average, 
which the Report ascribes to the prevalent depression 
of the business of the country, and the additional fact 
that during a part of the winter and spring of the last 
year, an epidemic prevailed extensively in several of 
the Northern States. Prosperity has attended the gen- 
eral concerns of the institution, and health has prevails 
ed among the inmates with but few exceptions. The 
only death that occurred in the Asylum during the 
past year, was that of a female pupil between 11 and 
12 years of age. At a late meeting of the Board of 
Directors it was voted, '' that the earliest age for the 
admission of pupils into the Asylum be 8 years ; with 
the hope that all such as are admitted at an earlier age 
than 12 years, shall be continued for the term of 6 
years at least." The funds of the institution now 
amount to considerably more than $200,000. The an- 
nual charge to the pupils, for board and tuition, is $100. 



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INSTITUTIONS. 109 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE, HARTFORD. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 
William T. Lee, Treasurer. 
James Ward, Auditor. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 

Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles 
Sheldon, Isaac D. Ball, John L. Comstock, Edward 
P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John 
Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Thomas 
Day, John M. Niles, Griffin Stedman, Wm. T. Lee, 
Amos M. Collins, Nathan Johnson. 

State Commissioners — His Excellency Chauncey F. 
Cleveland, J. T. Norton, Leonard tiebard. 

Medical Visitors — George Sumner, m. d., Edward P. 
Terry, m. d., William S. Pierson, m. d., Nathan B. 
Ives, M. D., Samuel B. Beresford, m. d., Pinckney W. 
Ellsworth, M. D. 

Managers — James H. Wells, Charles Sheldon, Wil- 
liam T. Lee. 

Visiting Committee of Ladies — Mrs. T. C. Brown- 
ell, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. R. Watkinson, Mrs. G. 
Sumner, Mrs. W. W. Ellsworth, Mrs. John Butler. 

John S. Butler, m. d., Physician. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Chaplain. 

Francis A. Olmsted, Apothecary. 

Mr. Virgil Cornish, Steward. 

Mrs. M. H. Cornish, Matron. 

From the 19th Annual Report of the officers of this 
institution, it appears that their present condition is 
such, that the public may continue to have the most 
pleasing confidence that it is still accomplishing much 
good. 

The following statistics may have some interest in 
the public eye : 

" Number of patients admitted since the opening of 
the institution, 1247. Number admitted during the 
past year, (ending May,) 83. Number in tho instiu- 



110 INSTITUTIONS. 

tion during the same time, 172; of whom, 116 are 
from Connecticut. Number whose insanity is of more 
than 10 years' duration, 37 — of more than 5 years' du- 
ration (and less than 10) 13 — more than 1, and less 
than five, 49 ; less than one year, 62. Number of 
whose insanity the duration is unknown, 11. Thirty 
have been admitted between the ages of 25 and 30 — a 
larger number than during any other period of life, of 
the same number of years — of the different occupa- 
tions the greatest number, (19) have been '' farmers, 
and farmer's sons." Seventy-six have been discharged 
during the year, and 89 remain in the Retreat, at the 
date of the Report. Of the causes, we notice that 19 
are attributed to intemperance. 



CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Directors — Richard Niles, John C. Smith,' jr., Ed- 
win Stearns. 

Amos Pilsbury, Warden. 
George Story, Deputy Warden. 
Anthony Morse, Clerk. 
Archibald Welch, Physician. 
Nathaniel Kellogg, Chaplain. 



WADSWORTH ATHJ5NEUM, HARTFORD. 

[Incorporated, May, 1842.] 

Thomas Day, President. 
John M. Niles, David Watkinson, Vice Presidents. 
Calvin Day, Secretary. 
James B. liosmer. Treasurer. 

Trustees for Life by Subscription, 
. Daniel Wadsworth, Thomas Day, David Watkin- 
son, Thomas S. Williams, Alfred Sm'ith, John M. Niles, 
Erastus Smith, James B. Hosmer, David F. Robinson, 
Charles H. Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Robert Watkin- 
son, James Ward, Albert Day, John Olmsted, James 



INSTITUTIONS. Ill 

Dixon, Roswell C. Smith, Albert W. Butler, Erastus 
Collins, Newton Case, John L. Boswell, Henry A, 
Chittenden. 

Trustees elected in June^ 1843, /or one year. 
William W. Turner, Henry Barnjird, 2d., Gideon 
Welles, Thomas C. Perkins, George Burgess, James 
G. Bolles, Roland Mather, George Sumner, Ezra 
Clark, jr., George M. Bartholomew, Mason Gross. 



YOUNG MEN S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

Roland Mather, President. 
John Brocklesby, 1st Vice President. 
Seth H. Clark, 2d Vice President. 
John W. Seymour, Corresponding Secretary. 
Henry K. Morgan, Recording Secretary. 
Samuel Coit, Treasurer. 

Directors — Thomas M. Day, James C. Woodruff, C, 
-Burnham, Charles Collins, Giles White. 



YOUNG MEN S INSTITUTE, NEW HAVEN. 

Pliny A. Jewett, President. 
Alfred Walker, Vice President. 
John S. Rice, Corresponding Secretary. 
Lucius G. Peck, Recording Secretary. 
Elijah Gilbert, jr., Treasurer. 

Executive Committee — Charles English, Minot A. 
Osborn, Benjamin Bradley, Charles Durand. 



HARTFORD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 



Charles H. Olmsted, President. 

John L. Comstock, ) 

Joseph Monds, v Vice Presidents. 

Phliip Ripley, ) 

W. W, Turner, Corresponding Secretary. 
H. W. Terry, Recording Secretary. 
Joseph Monds, Treasurer. 



1 12 INSTITUTIONS. 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Thomas Day, President. 

Vice Presidents — James L. Kings]ey, ll. d., Rev. 
David D. Field, d. d., David S. Boardman, Esq., Jas. 
Ward, Esq., Hon. John S. Peters, Thomas S. Per- 
kins, Esq., John McLellan, Esq. 

Corresponding Secretary — Henry Barnard, 2d. 

Recording Secretary — Charles Hosmer. 

Treasurer — James B. Hosmer. 

Standing Committee — Bev. Leonard Bacon, n. d., 
Erastus Smith, Esq., Rev. George Burgess, E. Cham- 
pion Bacon, Esq., E. C. Herrick, Esq., Gideon Welles, 
Esq., Charles H. Olmsted, Esq. 



CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

[Founded at JVew Haven, A. D. 1799.] 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 
James Murdock, Vice President. 

Council — Roger M. Sherman, Eli W. Blake, Deni- 
son Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibbs, Eleazar T. Fitcli. 

Recording Secretary — Edward C. Herrick. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Chas. 
Hooker, Edward C. Herrick. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

Publication Committee — Anthony D. Stanley, A. N. 
Skinner, Theodore D. Woolsey. 



NORWICH LYCEUM. 

Charles J. Lanman, President. 

James A Hovey )^.^^^ Presidents. 

Horace VVnittaker, \ 
Giles M. Eaton, Corresponding Secretary. 
James Forsyth, Recording Secretary. 
Stephen Coit, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 113 

BAPTIST LITEKAUY INSTITUTION, SUFFIELD. 

Charles C. Burnett, Principal. 
Palmer GalJup, Assistant. 
Sheldon Hitchcock, Steward. 



MERIDEN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL, 

John D. Post, } -r, . . , 
r:^ \ TP ^ ? 1 rjncipals. 

F. A. r iske, ^ ^ 

F. C. Selden, ) 

S. tJ. Raymond, S A.'isistants. 

Miss E. Draper, ) 

Miss E. E. Law, Teacher on Piano, Needle-work, 

Wax-flowers, &;c. 

Number of Pupils— Males, 92— Females, 63. 



YOUNG MECHANICS LYCEUM, NEW HAVEN, 

Samuel S. Bassett, President. 

A. L. lliggs. Vice President. 
Charles S. Abbott, Secretary. 
John Lindley, Assistant Secretary. 
A. W. Phelps, Treasurer. 
H. B. Storer, Collector. 
E. D. S. Goodyear, Librarian. 
H. A. Matoon, Assistant do. 



Societies. 

YALE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY, NEW HAVEN. 

William Tully, President. 
Council — Benjamin Silliman, Eli Ives, Jonathan 
Knight, Edward C. Herrick. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Benjamin Silliman, jr. 
Librarian — Edward C. Herrick. 
9 



114 SOCIETIES. 

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT, 
AUXILIARY TO THE A. H. MISS. SOC. 

Directors — Rev. Thomas Punderson, Rev. Bennet 
Tyler, D. D., Rev. Samuel Spring, Jonathan Barnes, 
Esq., Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Rev. Anson S. 
Atwood. 

Francis Parsons, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary and Auditor. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN 
TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, President. 
David F. Robinson, Vice President. 
Charles Hosmer, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — Whiting H. Hollister, Thomas Smith, 
Albert W. Butler, R. G. H. Huntington, William L. 
Collins. 

General Agent — Charles Hosmer. 



AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 

Rev. John C. Brigham, Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Edmund S. Janes, Finance Secretary. 

William Whitlock, jr., Esq., Treasurer. 

Josoph Hyde, Esq., Gen. Agent and Ass't TreasV. 

CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D., President. 

Rev. Joel Hiiwes, D. D., ^ 

John Hall, Esq., \ Vice Presidents. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, ) 

Edward Goodwin, Secretary. 

Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 



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SOCIETIES. 115 

Directors — Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev. 
Shiibacl Bartlett, Eli[)halet Terry, Esq;, Rev. David 
Smith, D. D., Rev. Horace Hooker, Rev. Sam'l Spring, 
Rev. John Bartlett, Rov. George A. Calhoun, Barzillai 
Hudson, Rev. Horace Bnshnell, D. D., James B. PIos- 
mer, Thomas Day, Esq., Rev. Oliver E. Daggett, Rev. 
Isaac N. Sprague, Rev. Robert Southgatc, William 
R,ogers, Rev. Jonathan Brace. 

Charles Hosmer, General Agent for the purchase 
and distribution of* Bibles. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST BIBLE SOCIETY. 



Rev. Addison Parker, President. 

Rev. William Denison, ^ 

Rev. G. L. Leonard, > Vice Presidents. 

Rev. E. Savage, > 

Rev. E. T. Winter, Secretary. 

Dea. J. B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 



CONNECTICUT COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman, Presidents 
Prof. Benjamin Silliman, "j 
Rt. Rev. T. C. Brovvnell, ( 
Rev, Thomas H. Galiaudet, [^ Vice Presidents. 
Seth Terry, Esq., | 

Rev. Leonard Bacon, J 

Rev. William W. Turner Secretary, 
Charles Seymour, Treasurer. 
Executive Committee — Rev. Gurdon Robins, Jas. 
B. Hosmer, Esq., Austin Dunham, Esq. 



CONNECTICUT ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. 

Austin F. Williams, President. 
Jairus Burt, Harlow Isbel, Uriel Tuttle, E. D. Kin- 
ney, George May, Levi P. Rowland, Russel Jennings, 
Emery Pease, Vice Presidents. 



116 SOCIETIES. 

Josiah Brewer, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Gerry Hastings, Auditor. 

Levi Yale, J. G. Baldwin, Philo Pratt, Waterman 
Roberts, William Lyon, Jeremy Bliss, Newton Fitch, 
Amos Townsend, jr., William Hart, Amos Beckwithy 
Managers. 



WASHINGTON STATE TEMPEEANCE SOCIETY, 

Charles Chapman, Hartford County, President. 

Vice Presidents — Solomon Olmsted, Plartford coun- 
ty ; James Donaghe, New Haven county ; Andrew N, 
Frink, New London county ; Hiram L. Sturtevant, 
Fairfield county ; Zephaniah Young, Windham coun- 
ty ; John Boyd, Litchfield county ; Pvev. Thomas H. 
Vaill, Middlesex county ; Ralph Gilbert, Tolland 
county. 

Recording Secretary — William Storer, New^ Haven. 

Corresponding Secretary — J. T. Beebe, Hartford. 

Treasurer — Royal Flint, Hartford. 



HARTFORD WASHINGTON SOCIETY. 

Arlow Collins, President. 

Stephen Parker, Kr. ^ • . * 
T . T> i } Vice Presidents, 

Levi Pond, ) '■ 

George Putnam, Recording Secretary. 

Anson Mallory, Corresponding Secretary. 

Joseph Miller, Treasurer. 



HOPE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Corodon C. Randall, President. 
Alva Holt, David Holmes, Vice Presidents. 
William R. Williamson, Recording Secretary. 
Henry H. Dickinson, Corresponding Secretary. 
E. P. Harrington, Treasurer. 

Executive Committee — Cornelius Burt, Joel Hills, 
jr., Erastus Crane. 



SOCIETIES. 117 

CONNECTICUT BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

Rev. I. R. Steward, President. 

Dea. George Read, Vice President. 

Rev. R. R. Raymond, Secretary. 

J. W. Diinock, Treasurer. 
Trustees— Rev. T. C. Teasdale, Rev. J. S. Eaton, 
Rev. H. R. Knapp, Rev. D. T. Sliailer, Rev. Gurdon 
Robins. 



HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Solomon Olmsted, President, 

David W. Grant, > ,,. -„ • j ^ 

a 1 xj u 4- ♦ t Vice Presidents, 

bamuel H. Huntington, ) 

John T. Norton, Corresponding Secretary. 
James C. Walkley, Recording Secretary. 
Harvey Seymour, Treasurer. 
Albert W. Butler, Auditor. 

Publication Committee — James C. Walkley, chair- 
man ; Gideon Welles, H. L. Miller. 
Seedsman— E. W. Bull. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Benjamin Silliman, President, 
Charles H. Pond, \ 

iT"^ R ^^''"- > Vice Presidents. 

John B. Davis, ( 

Timothy Brock way, ) 

Alfred S, Monson, Treasurer, 

Henry Whitney, Recording and Corresponding Sec. 

George N. Seagrave, Seedsman. 



Connecticut River Steam Boat Co, 

Charles H. Northam, President. 
Directors— C, H. Northam, M. W. Chapin, Joseph 
N. Clarke, A. R. Street, S. B. Sloue. 



118 SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS. 

Luther Ticknor, M. D., President. 
Archibald Welch, M. D., Vice President. 
Ralph Farnsworth, M. D., Secretary. 
Virgil M. Dow, M. D., Treasurer. 

FELLOWS, 

Ha r Ifo rd County. 
- Gurdon V^. Russell, M. D., Daniel Holt, M. D., Silas 
Fuller, M. D., Pardon Brownell, M. D., William S. 
Pierson, M. D. 

J^ew Have?! County. 
Nathan B. Ives, M. D., Reynold Webb, M. D., Me- 
line C. Leavenworth, M. D., Sheldon Beardsley, M. 
D., E. Huggins Bishop, M. B. 

New London County. 
Avery Downer, M. D., Ralph Farnsworth, M. D., 
Thomas P. Wattles, Worthing'ton Plooker, M. D., Da- 
vid Holmes, M. D. 

Fairfield County. 
Samuel Beach, M. D., George Dyer, S. P. V. R. Ten 
Broeck^ M. D., Sturges Bulkley, M. D., E. A. Lacey. 
JVindham County. 
Joseph Palmer, M. D., IJenry W. Hough, M. D., 
James B. Whitcomb, M. D., Calvin B. Bromley, M. D., 
Nathan Adams, M. D. 

Litchfield County. 
Reuben M. Woodruflf", M. D.,/Myron Downs, M. D., 
Benjamin Welch, jr., M. D., Sam-uel W. Gold, M. D., 
Harvey Baldwin, M. D. 

Middlesex County. 
William B. Casey, JVl.. D., Asa H. King, M. D., Da- 
tus Williams. 

Tolland County.. 
William H. Richardson, M. D., Ebenezer Lindsey,. 
M. D., William N. Clark. 



SOCIETIES. 
SUMMARY OF MEMBERS. 



119 



Taxable. Not taxable. Total. 



Hartford County, 


7G 


7. 


83 


New Haven " 


6G 


5 


71 


New London " 


50 


7 


57 


Fairfield 


50 


3 


53 


Lit ch field «♦ 


52 


8 


60 


Windiiam '< 


36 


1 


37 


Middlesex " 


22 


1 


23 


Tolland 


22 


3 


25 




374 


35 


409 




MASONIC. 







OFFICERS OF THE GR.AND CHAPTER. 

M. E. Horace Goodwin, 2d., G. High Priest. 
E. Lucius Tyler, D. G. H. P. 
E. Benoni A. Shepard, G. K. 
E. Henry Peck, G. S. 
E. Benjamin Beecher, G. T. 
E. Eliphalet G. Storer, G. Sec. 

OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE. 

M. W. Henry Peck, G. M. 

W. Horace Goodwin, 2d., D. G. M. 
W- Avery C. Babcock, G. S. W. 
W. Mitchell S. Mitchell, G. J. W. 
W. Benjamin Beecher, G. T. 
W. Eliphalet G, Storer, G. S. 



GRAND LODGE OF INDEPENDENT ODD FELLOWS, 
IN CONNECTICUT. 



Robinson S. Hinman,'^ M. W. G. M. 
Sheldon Bassett, R. W. D. G. M. 
Adrian C. Haitmann, R. W. G. Sec. 



* Deceased. 



120 BIBLE SOCIETY REPORT. 

Samuel Bishop, R. W. G. Treas'r. 
Porter H. Snow, R. W. G. Chaplain. 
William H tills, ? r. w. G. Rep. 
John C. Palmer, S 
Robert H. Starr, W. G. Marshal. 
• Isaac Judson, W. G. Conductor. 

Eliphalet B. Stevens, W. G. Guardian. 



LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

James C. Palmer, Esq., Surveyor General. 

DEPUTIES. 

County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 

*' New Haven — Noyes Darling, New Haven. 

'• New London — -Isaac Gallup, Preston. 

" Fairfield — 'Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 

" Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 

'' Litchfield— WiUiam M. Burrall, Canaan. 

" Middlesex — Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



SUMMARY 

Of the Tkirty-fourth Report of the Directing Committee 
of the Connecticut Bible Society^ May^ 1843. 

The receipts of the Society, as appears by the Trea- 
surer's Report for the past year, has been 1 2,345, of 
which I 1,973 14 were collections from various Socie- 
ties, mostly by the efforts of Rev. Mr. Scranton, their 
agent, the remainder from donations, dividends, sales, 
&c. 

The amount paid for Bibles and Testaments, was 
1 209 19, and the sum o? ^ 1,820 was paid to the Ame- 
rican Bible Society for the circulation of Bibles in for- 
eign lands, and in our own land. 

The following Report of the General Agent will 
show the extent and manner of the distribution of Bi- 
bles and Testam.ents the past year : 

On the 1st of May, 1842, there were in the Deposi. 
tory, 638 Bibles ; there have been purchased during 
the year, 630— ^making 1,268. There were at the same 



SCHOOL FUND. 121 

time 343 Testaments in the Depository ; there have 
been purchased since, 1,579 — making 1,922 copies. 
These have been disposed of as follows : 

Bibles. Tests. 

To Life Members, - . - 91 77 

Sailors, ...... 75 2 

Sunday Schools, .... 108 50 

African Sunday School, ... 30 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum for indigent pupils, 36 

Ohio, 212 812 

Wisconsin, . . . . . 12 24 

IIHnois, 6 12 

County Prison, - . ... 30 

Individuals, and sold, . . . 546 804 

Number disposed of - 1,116 1,811 

On hand May 1st, 1843, - 152 111 

1,268 1,922 
During the 34 years since the formation of the So- 
ciety, it has put into circulation 62,912 Bibles, and 
17,398 Tetaments— making 80,310 copies. 



SCHOOL FUND. 
Hon. Seth P. Beers, Commissioner. 

From the last Report of the Commissioner of the 
School Fund, it appears, that the balance of Revenue 
on hand in cash on the first of April, was $61 06 

That the amount of revenue from rents, 
interest, and Bank dividends received in 
cash within the fiscal year, ending the 1st 
of April, 1843, was - . - . 124,890 50 

The amount of temporary loans from the 
revenue repaid within the year - - 7,850 00 

|132,801 SQ 



122 SCHOOL FUND. 

The dividends paid to schools, compen- 
sations and expenses of the "department 
paid out within the year, was $120,401 28 

The am't of revenue tempo- 
rarily loaned in the year, was 11,200 00 i^l 601 28 

Leaving a balance of revenue in Treas'yT|l?200 28 

There was also on hand the further sum 
of $28,000 of revenue temporarily loaned. 

The dividend declared in the year, were 
|1 40 to each child, am'ting to $'118,496, 
exceeding any former dividend by more 
than $1,000. In 1826-7-8 the dividends 
were about $72,000 in each year. 

The amount of uninvested Principal in 
the Treasury, 1st of April, 1842, was - $5,654 64 

The am't of Principal received into the 
Treasury within the year, in cash, was - $37,406 90 

~43,061 54 

The amH re-invested on bond and mort- 
gage in the year, - . - _ 38,372 00 

4^89~54 

Loaned in April, 1843, - - - 3,230 00 

Cash uninvested 1st of May, 1843, - ~$1,459 54 



The Capital of the Fund as last ascer- 
tained, amounted to - - - $2,044,354 87 

In 1825, it was $1,719,434 24. i— 

The number of children between 4 and 16, is 84,697. 
In 1820, it was 84,179. 

The dividends to each child in 1826, were 85 cents. 
In 1830, 90 cents. In 1833, 95 cents. In 1836, $1 05. 
In 1838, $1 20. In 1840, $1 25. In 1841, $1 35. In 
1842, $1 40. 

The whole amount divided to Schools in the last 46 
years, has been $2,845,204 78 ; viz. in the first 13 years 
$456,757 44. In the next 15 years, $780,920 44. In 
the last 18 years, $1,607,527 05. 

The number of white persons in the State in 1840, 
over 20 years of age, who cannot read and write, was 



STATE PRISON.. .AlVNIVERSARIES. 123 

|ll526; being only 1 to 5{J9 of the wliole population; 
about one-third of which ure in the cities. In New 
Hainpsliire there is 1 to 302. In Massachusetts, 1 to 
166. In Maine, 1 to 154. In Vermont, 1 to 129. In 
Rhode Island, 1 to 67. In New Jersey, 1 to 58. In 
New York, I to 55. 



CONNECTICUT STATE TRISON. 

From tlie last Annual Report of the Warden, it ap- 
pears, that 54 convicts were received during the year 
ending March 31, 1843; and during tlie same time 51 
were discharged by expiration of sentence, three by 
pardon, and eight have died. Whole number of pris- 
oners at the above date, 203. Of these, 48 are black, 
and 19 are females. Of the males, 112 are employed 
under contract, as follows, viz. : 12 at making rules, 
25 on chairs, 50 on table cutlery, and 25 on shoes. On 
account of the State, 12 are engaged in making 
wrought nails; 42 on chairs; and 18 on sundries. — 
The females are employed as follows, viz. : 7 in mak- 
ing palm-leaf hats ; 4 in making and mending prison- 
ers' clothes, and 7 in cooking, wasting, &;c. 

Income of the Prison in 1842, - 1 18,089 40 

Expenses, 12,020 15 

Excess paid into the Treasury, - 6,069 25 

Cash received from visitors, included in the above, 
amounted to $425 79. 



ANNIVERSARIES IN NEW YORK. 

American Bible Society — 2d Thursday in May, Rev. 
John C. Brigham, Foreign and Domestic Secretary ; 
Rev. E. S. Janes, Finan. Secretary ; AVm. Whitlock, 
jr., Treasurer ; J. Hyde, Gen. Agent and Assistant 
Treas'r., No. 115 Nassau-st. 

American and Foreign Bible Society — Rev. Rufus 
Babcock, Poughkeepsie, Cor. Sec. ; I. M. Allen, De- 
pository Agent and Assist. Treasurer, No. 350 Broom© 
street ; William Colgate, Treasurer. 



124 RATES OF DUTIES. 

American Home Missionary Society — Wednesday 
preceding 2d Thursday in May, Rev. Milton Badger 
and Rev. Charles Hall, Secretaries for Cor. ; Jasper 
Corning, Treasurer ; H. W. Ripley, Assist. Treas'r., 
No. 150 Nassau-street. 

Foreign Evangelical Society — Rev. Robert Baird, 
Cor. Sec. ; Rev. Eli N. Sawtell, Financial Sec, Rev, 
Edward Harris, Brick Ch. Chapel, Park Row. 

American Tract Society — Wednesday preceding 2d 
Thursday in May, Moses Allen, Treas. ; Rev. William 
A. Hallock, Rev. O. Eastman, Rev. R. S. Cook, Cor. 
Secretares, O. R. Kingsbury, Assist. Secretary, No. 
150 Nassau-street. 

Domestic Miss. Soc. Protestant Epis. Church — No. 
281 Broadway, Rev. N. Sayer Harris, Sec. and Gen. 
Agent ; Thomas N. Sanford, Treasurer. 

Protestant Episcopal Sund. School Union — John W. 
Mitchell, Treas. ; Rev. Anthony Ten Broeck, Editor. 



Statement of Duties imposed upon the most important 
Articles, by the Revenue Law ^ of Aug, 29, 1842. 

Ashes, 20 per cent. ; Alum, $1,50 per cwt. ; Barilla, 
free ; Coals, ^^1,75 per ton ; Cocoa, Ic. per lb. ; Cord- 
age, tarred, 5c. per lb. ; untarred, 4ic. do. ; Camphor, 
refined, 20c. per lb. ; do. crude, 5c. do. ; Calomel, 25 
per cent. ; Castor Oil, 49 cts. per gall. ; Duck, 7 cents 
per square yard ; Crash and Diapers, 25 per cent. ; 
Fish, Mackerel, $'1,50 per bbl. ; Salmon, $2 do. ; Furs, 
undressed, 5 per cent, ad valorem ; do. dressed, 25 per 
cent. ; Feathers, 25 per cent. ; Fruit, Raisins, Muscatel 
and Bloom, 3c. per lb. ; all other kinds, 2c. ; Oranges, 
Lemons, and Grapes, 20 per cent, ad valorem ; Gunny 
Cloth, 5c. per square yard ; Hemp, Russia, $40 per 
ton ; other kinds, $25 do. do. ; Hides, 5 percent. ; In- 
digo, 5c per lb. ; India Rubber, in shoes, 30 per cent. ; 
Slabs, free ; Liquors, Brandy, $1 per gall. ; other sp'ts. . 
1st and 2d proof, 60c. ; 3 J, 65c. ; 4th, 70c. ; 5th, 75c. ; 
all above 5th, OOc. ; Wines, Madeira, Sherry, San Lu- 
car, 60c. ; Teneriffe, 20c. ; Sicily Madeira, 25c. ; other 



J 



RATES OF intp:rest. 125 

Wines of Sicily, 15c. ; Molasses, 4\ mills per lb. ; Me- 
tals, Iron, bars or bolts, $17 jjcr ton ; do. rolled, bar or 
bolt, made wholly or in part by rollinjr, ^^25 per ton ; 
Pig, ^9 do. ; Copper, 14 inches wide, 48 do. long, 
weighing 14 to 34 oz. per square foot, free; other kinds, 
30 per cent., except bars pig and ore ; rods and bolts 
and spikes, 4c. per lb. ; Oil, Linseed, 25c. per gall. ; 
Olive, 20c. do.; Rags, :Jc. per lb. ; Salt, 8c. per bush- 
el of 56 lbs.; Saltpetre, refined, 2c. ; partially refined, 
Jc. per lb. ; Spices, Nutmegs, 30c. ; Cloves, 8c. ; Mace, 
50c. ; Cassia, Pepper and rimento, 5c. ; Sugar, brown, 
S^c. per lb. ; do. white do. 4c. ; rehned, 6c. ; Tallow, 
1 cent per lb. ; Soap Stock, 10 per cent. ; Wool, 7c. 
and under, 5 per cent, ad valorem ; of higher cost, 30 
per cent, ad valorem and 3c. per lb. 



TJiBLE^ showing the legal Rates of Interest i7i the 
several States and Territories of the U. 6\, and the 
penalties for usury ^ as provided by the statutes of the 
same. 

Maine — 6 per cent. ; forfeit of the debt or claim. 

New Hampshire — 6 per cent. ; forfeit of three times 
the amount unlawfully taken. 

Vermont — 6 per cent. ; recovery in an action, with 
costs. 

Massachusetts — 6 per cent. ; forfeit of three-fold the 
usury. 

Rhode Island — 6 per cent. ; forfeit of the usury and 
interest on the debt. 

Connecticut — 6 per cent. ; forfeit of the whole debt. 

New York — 7 per cent. ; usurious contracts void. 

New Jersey — 7 per cent. ; forfeit of the whole debt. 

Pennsylvania — 7 per cent. ; forfeit of the whole debt. 

Delaware — 6 per cent. ; forfeit of the whole debt. 

Maryland — 6 per cent.; on tobacco contracts 8 per 
cent. ; usurious contracts void. 

Virginia — 6 per cent.; forfeit double the usury taken. 

North Carolina — 6 per cent. ; contracts for usury 
void]; forfeit double the usury. 



126 RATES OF INTEREST. 

South Carolina — 7 per cent. ; forfeit of interest and 
premium taken with costs to the debtor, 

Georgia — 8 per cent. ; forfeit three times the usury, 
and contract void. 

Alabama — 8 per cent.; forfeit of interest and usury. 

Mississippi — 8 per cent. ; by contract, as high as 10 
per cent. Usury recoverable in an action of debt. 

Louisiana — 5 per cent. ; bank interest 6 ; conven- 
tional as high as 10 ; beyond that contract void. 

Tennessee — 6 per cent. ; usurious contracts void. 

Kentucky — 6 per cent. ; usury may be recovered 
with costs. 

Ohio — 6 per cent. ; usurious contracts void. 

Indiana — 6 per cent. ; on written agreements may 
go as high as 10 ; penalty of usury, a fine of double 
the excess. 

Illinois — 6 per cent. ; three-fold amount of the whole 
interest. 

Missouri — 6 per cent. ; by agreement as high as 10 
per cent.. If beyond, forfeit of whole interest due, 
and of the usury taken. 

Michigan — 7 per cent. ; forfeit of the usury taken, 
and one-fourth of the debt. 

Arkansas — 6 per cent. ; by agreement, any rate not 
exceeding 10. Amount of usury recoverable, but con- 
tracts void. 

District of Columbia — 6 per cent. ; usurious con- 
tracts void. 

Florida — 8 per cent. ; forfeit of interest and excess 
in case of usury. 

Wisconsin — -7 per cent. ; by agreement, not exceed- 
ing 12. Forfeit treble the excess. 

Iowa — 7 per cent. ; by agreement, as high as 12. 
Forfeit treble the excess. 

On debts or judgments in favor of the United States,^ 
interest is computed at the rate of 6 per cent, per an- "^ 
num. 



STATE ELECTIONS. 



127 



TIMES OF HOLDING STATE ELECTIONS. 



States. 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Oho 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Missouri 

Michigan 

Arkansas 



Seats of Gov'' t. 
Augusta 
Concord 
Montpelicr 
Boston 

Piovidcnce&- f 
Newport. ^ 
HarlfordiSLN.n. 
Alhany 
Trenton 
Ilarrisburg 
Dover 
Annapolis 
Richiiiond 
Raleigh 
Columbia 
Milledgevillo 
Tuskaloosa 
Jackson 
New Orleans 
Nashville 
Frankfort 
Columbus 
Indianapolis 
Springfield 
Jefferson City 
Detroit 
Little Rock 



Times of Elections. 
2d Monday in Sep. 
2d Tuesday March 
1st Tuesday Se{)t. 
2d Monday Nov. 
Gov. & Sena. Apr. 
Repr. Apr. & Aug. 
1st Monday April. 
Tue.af.lst.IVL Nov. 
2(1 Tuesday Oct. 
2d Tuesday Oct. 
2d Tuesday Nov. 
1st VVedncs. Oct. 
3d Thursday April. 
1st Thursday Aug. 
2d Monday Octo. 
1st Monday Oct. 
1st Monday Aug. 
1st Monday Nov. 
1st Monday July. 
1st Thursday Aug. 
1st Monday Aug. 
2d Tuesday Oclo. 
1st Monday Aug. 
1st Monday Aug. 
1st Monday Aug. 
1st Monday Nov. 
1st Monday Oct. 



THE FOLLOWING STATES HAVE NO PUBLIC DEBT. 

New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connect- 
icut, New Jersey, Delaware, and North Carolina. 

Pension Agent in Connecticut, 
Horace Goodwin, 2d., Hartford. 



128 GOVERNORS OF THE STATES. 

GOVERNORS 

or THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, WITH THEIR SAL- 
ARIES, AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 



States. 


Governors. 


Salary. 


Term. 


Term 


expires. 


Maine, 


Hugh J. Anderson, 


1,500 




Jan. 


1845 


N. H. 


Henry Hubbard, 


1,000 




June, 


1844 


Vt. 


John Mattocks, 


750 




Oct. 


1844 


Mass. 


George N. Briggs, 


2,500 




Jan. 


1845 


R.I. 


James Fenner, 


400 




May, 


1844 


Conn. 


C. F. Cleveland, 


1,100 




May, 


1844 


N. Y. 


William C. Bouck, 


4,000 


2 


Jan. 


1845 


N. J. 


Daniel Haines, 


2,C00 


1 


Oct. 


1844 


Penn. 


David R. Porter, 


4,0U0 


3 


Jan. 


1845 


Del. 


Wm. B. Cooper, 


1,333^ 


3 


Jan. 


1845 


Md. 


Francis Thomas, 


4,200 


3 


Jan. 


1845 


Va. 


James McDowell, 


3,333 i 


3 


Mar. 


1846 


N. C. 


J. M. Morehead, 


2,000 


2 


Jan. 


1845 


S. C. 


J as. H. Hammond, 


3,500 


2 


Dec. 


1844 


Ga. 


Geo, W. Crawford, 


3,000 


2 


Nov. 


1845 


Ala. 


Benj. Fitzpatrick, 


2,500 


2 


Dec. 


1845 


Mp. 


Albert G. Brown, 


3,000 


2 


Jan. 


1846 


La. 


Alex. Mouton, 


6,C00 


4 


Jan. 


1847 


Ark. 


Archibald Yell, 


1,800 


4 


Nov. 


1844 


Tenn. 


James C. Jones, 


2,900 


2 


Oct. 


1845 


Ky. 


Robert P. Letcher, 


2,500 


4 


Sept. 


1844 


Ohio, 


Wilson Shannon, 


1,500 


2 


Dec. 


1844 


Mich. 


John S. Barry, 


1,500 


2 


Jan. 


1844 


Ind. 


James Whilcomb, 


1,500 


3 


Dec. 


1846 


111. 


Thomas Ford, 


2,000 


4 


Dec. 


1846 


Mo. 


Thomas Reynolds, 


2,000 


4 


Nov. 


1844 


Territ. 












Flor. 


Richard H. Call, 


2,500 


3 


Dec. 


1844 


Wise. 


Jomes D. Doty, 


2,500 


3 


Mar. 


1844 


Iowa, 


John Chambers, 


2,500 


3 


July, 


1845 



In New Jersey, Virginia, and South Carolina, the 
Governors are appointed by the Legislatures ; and if 
no one has a majority of votes for Governor in tho 
States where a majority is requisite, the Legislature 
elects to the office one of the candidates voted for by 
the people. 



MILITIA. 129 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

CHAUNCEY F. CLEVELAND, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Lieut. Colonel Alfred Bornham, ) . • , , ^ 
Lieut. Colonel John L. Devotion J ^^^-^^-^^^^• 

HIS HONOR 

WILLIAM S. HOLABIRD, 

Lieutenant General. 

■ Major H. Tudor Brownell, ) j^i^^.^.^Camp. 
Major Horatio E. Day, J ^ 

Major General James T. Pratt, Quarter Master Gen, 

General Charles T. Hillyer, Adjutant Gener tl. 

Lieut. Colonel James Ward, Commissary General^ 

Major John Galpin, Paij Master General. 

governor's guards, HARTFORD. 

HORSE FIRST TROOP. 

D. F. Raphael, Major Commandant. 
Henry Boardman, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Sylvester Lyman, 2d Lieutenant. 
William Gillet, Cornet. 

FOOT — FIRST COMPANY. 

Henry P. Sweetser, Major Commandant. 
James C. Woodruff, Captain and 1st Lieutenant* 
Elijah Bliss, Jr., 2d Lieutenant. 
G. S. Whiting, 3d Lieutenant. 
Justin A. Bliss, 4th Lieutenant. 
Leonard H. Bacon, Ensign, 
10 



130 MILITIA. 

governor's guards, new haven. 

HORSE SECOND TROOP. 

Joshua Barns, Jr., Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Vacant, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Vacant, Gluarter Master. 

FOOT SECOND COMPANY. 

Vacant, Major Commandant. 
Josliua Miller, C&ptain and 1st Lieutenant. 
JNathan M. Smith, 2d Lieutenant. 
Edward McNeil, 3d Lieutenant. 



FIR§T l>ITl§IOJ¥* 
Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

James T. Pratt, Esq. Major General. 

Major Henry C Trumbull, > j^Us.de-C<imp. 
Major Drayton Hilly er, ) ^ 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas H. Seymour, Division Inspector. 
Major J. D. Alden, Division Quarter Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regiments 
Infantry, 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry, and 2d Regi- 
ment Artillery. 

George C. Owen, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Richard D. Hubbard, Aid-de-Camp. 

James Hazard, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Henry Loomis, Brigade Cluarter Master. 



MILITIA 131 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Foriiied from Hartford, Bloomfield, Wethcrsfield, and 
Windsor, (except such part thereof as lies v/ithin the 
society of Turkey Hills). 

Natlian M. Waterman, Colonel. 

Daniel S. Dewey, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel S. Hayden, Major. 

Evelyn E. Crofoot, Adjutant; George Putnam, Qr. 

Master; Joel Pratt, 3d, Pay Master; Samuel D. Jewett, 

Chaplain; Pinckney W. Ellsworth, Surgeon; Lemuel 

Wales, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Wm. Benton, Jr., J. G. Smith, Fred'k Rouvier. 

Chas. W. Church,Charles Hall, S. W. Flower. 
Wm. Willard, Zach. Larkin, Jr., 

John Loomis, 
John T. Lattimer, Henry Hubbard, J. C. Rockwell. 
Nathan Griswold, 
Edward Knight, 
Charles Steele, C. C. Child, Ralph Warriner. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John Danforth, John Driscoll, H. W. Bowles. 

Josiah S. Butler, 

T. H. Seymour, Henry B. Beach, G. S. Lincoln. 

RIFLEMEN. 

J. M. Greenleaf, Russell Arnold, J. C. Barber. 

SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Formed from Middletown, Durham, the first society 
in Chatham, Rocky Hill, and that part of Berlin which 
lies within the society of Worthington. 
E. W. N. Starr, Colonel. 
Henry E. Robinson, Lieut. Colonel. 
William H. Bartlett, Major, 
Edward Treadway, Adjutant; Erastus Brainard, Jr., 
Gluarter Master; Charles H. Sage, Pay Master ; Will- 



132 



iam B. Casey, Surgeon ; Hamilton Brewer, Surgeon's 
Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Isaac L. Coe, 
Robert Sugden, 
C. H. Hubbard, 
Ashbel Bidwell, 
William Sage, 
Alvin B. Coe, 
H. Gildersleeve, 
Morris Stevens, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Chester Sage, 
Marshall Grimes, 
Horace Hands, 
E. J. Cornwell, 
H. C. Beckley, 
Elbert H. Coe, 
Samuel N. Hall, 
Knowles Stevens, 



ENSIGNS. 

A. H. Miller. 
Albert A. Warner. 
H.W.Chittenden. 
Fred'k Baldwin, 
Charles Wood, Jr. 
S. M. Spencer. 
Hanzel Penfield. 
Benj. W. Field. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Geo. H. Taylor, F. G. Payne, Sylvester Bailey. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Moses F. Pelton, H. S. Cadwell, Nelson Shepard. 

G. T. Markham, T. Bishop, Nelson Astin. 

Russell H. Shelley,Samuel Hart, JN". A. Chidsey. 

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, (excepting the soci- 
ety of Worthington,) Bristol, Burlington, Southington, 
Avon, and that part of Canton which includes CoUins- 
ville. 

Charles H. Upson, Colonel. 

Cyrus Judd, Lieut. Colonel. 

Nathan .E. Stannard, Major. 
Frederick W. Crum, Adjutant; Lucius D. Pond, 

Gluarter Master; Pulaski Roberts, Pay Master; 

Noyes, Chaplain ; Jerry Burwell, Surgeon; E. D. 
Hitchcock, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Lucius Cowles, 
Nelson Taylor, 
Jas. H. Beckley, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Edward Youngs, 
L. Dickinson, 



ENSIGNS. 

Fred'k Cowles. 
Orwin Stanley. 
J. Penfield. 



Julius B. Savage, Dennis Barnes, H. P. Mathews. 
C. Woodford, A. Woodford, 

T.Leavenworth, Leaveret Mills, Charles Barnes. 

Jason Luce, C. A. Bowers, Bradford Marcy. 



MILITIA. 



133 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

A. E. Finch, Joseph Gridley, A. R. Plant. 

S. L. Strickland, L.O. Sniiili, Sherman Steele. 

Darius Sperry, H. Woodford, 

RIFLEMEN. 

Asuhel Gleason, J. B. Thompson, Wm. Gaylord. 
L. M. Andrews, Elias Burwell, Charles Root. 
Allen Crocker, 

GRENADIERS. 

William Wheeler, Thomas Bishop, T. J. Andrews. 

ARTILLERY. 

Hiram Camp, James Lowrey. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, SufField, Granby, the first 
society in Hartland, that part of Windsor which lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills, and Canton, (except- 
ing Collinsville,) and such part thereof as formerly be- 
longed to New Hartford. 

Jarvis Case, Colonel. 

Simon B. Kendall, Lieut. Colonel, 

Ezekiel Hosford, Major. 

Henry A. Olcott, Adjutant; James B. Gillett, Cluar- 
ter Master ; Oswald C. Holcomb, Pay Master; J. Bow- 
en Clark, Chaplain ; Augustus R. Case, Surgeon ; Thom- 
as G. Hazen, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

M. E. St. John, 
A. S. Burbank, 
C.P.Clark, 
C. M. Dailey, 
G. L. Harmon, 
T. N. Taylor, 
G. H. Dibble, 
L. W. Cowdry. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

E. H. Ensign, 
Cyrus Sikes, 
O. R. Holconib, 
Arthur W. Foot, 
H. S. Sheldon, 
Perkins Pratt, 
Marshall O. Lee, 
E. B. Holcomb. 



ENSIGNS. 

Wm. H. Brown, 
G. Remmington, 
G. C. Owen, jr. 

Henry M. Viets, 
James R. Hayes, 
Albert Spring, 
Milo B. Miller. 



134 MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Geo. A. Loomis, John N. Shade, Henry F. Bissell, 

A. O. Mills. Osman Case. Merrill J. Mills. 

RIFLEMEN. 

F. M. Hayes. E. Alderman. Chauncey Owen. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, Glastenbury, East Hart- 
ford, Manchester, and Vernon. 

Elijah Miller, jr., Colonel. 
Homer D. Allen, Lieut. Colonel. 
Frederick H. Sadd, Major. 
Charles H. Talcott, Adjutant ; J. Augustus Wright, 
Ctuarter Master; John B. Moseley, Pay Master; G. 
Huntington Nichols, Chaplain ; Sabine Stocking, Sur- 
geon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Henry Stoughton, W. C. Grant, 
Henry Talcott, Asa Welles, Horace Sellew, 

S. A. Brewer, Sidney Bidwell, Edwin C. Hills, 
Israel K. Perry, Edmond A.Bliss, Walter Bryant, 
R. A. Burlingame, George G. Abbe, Albert D. Parker, 
O. P. Curtis, A. W . Dickinson, Gaylord Curtis, 

Charles HoUister, L. Wetherell, H. C. Goodrich, 
Francis McLean. Charles Lee. Reuben P. Sage. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Francis Gowdy, H. A. Ellsworth, A. Hamilton, 
D. H. Stevens, Aaron W. Kinne, G. M. Dayton, 
Thaddeus Wells, Guy Samson, R. G. Talcott, 

James H. Fyler. D. C. Beebe. H. H. White. 

RIFLEMEN. 

S. B. Terry, Adron Dart, Lucius J. Hall, 

John S. Dobson. J. W. Tuttle. C. Hibbard. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Canton, Windsor, Suffield, 
Granby, Hartford, East Hartford, East Windsor, Ver- 



MILITIA. 135 

non, Ellington, Tolland, Somers, Willington, Stafford, 
Union, Manchester, and Bloomficld, 

Jeremiah A. Tuller, Colonel. 
Lemuel D, Roberts, Major. 
Samuel W. Skinner, Adjutant; Nathan H. Thomp- 
son, Ctuarter Master ; Lucius Newberry, Pay Mastery 
William S. Stilwell, Chaplain; Marcus L. Fisk, Sur- 
geon; Roderick White, Sur<;eon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st. LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Jeffrey O. Phelps, T. C. Cad well, C. N. Latimer, 
James T. Talcott, Samuel Stiles, A. H. Perrin, 
L. G. Winter, Lucius C.Fisk, Sidney Work, 
Samuel Fitch, George Pease, Stilman Smith, 
Horace Billings. H. K. Sears. Henry Wood. 

Cornets.— J. Caldwell, John A. Collins, Edmond 
Ruby, Ebenezer Pinney, Stillman Niles. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Berlin, Far- 
mington, Southington and Burlington. 

Edward L. Dunbar, Colonel. 

Samuel Stanley, Major. 

Charles A. Steel, Adjutant; Lorenzo Botsford, Cluar- 

ter Master ; Henry A. Pond, Pay Master ; O. A. Allen, 

Chaplain; Edward D. Babcock, Surgeon; George P. 

Steel, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Willis S. Savage, 

Allen A. Atkins, W. B. Blossom, John Huns, 
Samuel Stanley, Edwin Belden, D.W.Whittlesey. 
J. J. Churchill. J. Griswold, 

Cornets. — Vacant; Edward N. Stannard, D. W. 
Ellis, Arnold Bailey. 



SECOND REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Say- 
brook, Westbrook, Haddam, Simsbury and Middletown. 



136 MILITIA. 

Asa Bartholomew, Major Commandant. 
Lyman Allen, Adjutant; Edward Hubbard, Quarter 
Master ; V. D. Perry, Pay Master ; John Moore, Chap- 
lain ; George W. Camp, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

E. P. Kimball, M. O. Hills, Wm. C. McLean, 

Henry Kenedy, F. Farnsworth, Nathan C. Geer. 

Erastus Phelps, J. E. Eno, H. B. Case. 
S. Dickinson. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments In- 
fantry ; 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regiment 
Foot Artillery. 

Samuel Rose, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Charles H. Clark, Aid-de-Camp. 

H. L. Scranton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Lorenzo E. Harrison, Brigade Gluarter Master. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Orange, East 
Haven, Woodbridge, Derby and Oxford. 
Daniel Reed, Colonel. 
L. W. Sperry, Lieut. Colonel. 
Jonah N. Treat, Major. 
Walter B. Clark, Adjutant ; Josiah Beach^ Quarter 
Master ; William B. Ashley, Chaplain ; Ambrose 
Beardsley, Surgeon ; William L. Bassett, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

R. W. Norton, Joseph Dorm an, Walter Stickney. 

Nathan C. Smith, Isaac R. Higby, Vacant. 

Isaac Hull, E. E. Morgan, Burr Frost. 

Zenus M. Piatt, Amos H. Ailing, Leverit I. Clark. 

J. I. Hotchkiss, Nathan Andrews, Philip Street. 
George Perry, 

Henry Riggs, W. W, Andrew, Sheldon Bassett. 

John A. Dibble, G. M. Baldwin, Wm. B. Baldwin. 



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C S.Jackson, 
Samuel Tolles, 
John Hanover, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Ely Burritt, . W. H. Thornton, 



Peck Spcrry, 
John Bryan, 



WilUam H. Bui], JohnB. Porter, 
John Lindley, A. Hartshorn, 



S. Tomlinson, 



RIFLEMEN. 
Jacob F. Scott, 



Horatio D: Smith. 
Noyes Mix. 
WiUiarn Baldwin. 
David T.Johnson. 

P.B.Buckingham. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

, Formed from Saybrook, Westbrook, Haddam, (ex- 
cepting that part thereof which lies on the east side of 
Connecticut river,) Killingworth, Chester and Clinton. 
John Wilcox, Colonel. 
Charles A. F. Dickinson, Lieut. Colonel. 
William B. Dickinson, Major. 
Richard B. Bull, Adjutant ; Edwin M. Bradley, Ctr. 
Master ; George E. Elliott, Pay Master ; Simon Shailer, 
Chaplain ; Ambrose Pratt, Surgeon ; Dr. Erving, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J.E. H. Brainard, C. S. Tyler. 

M. N. Griswold, Lyman E. Stevens. 



CAPTAINS. 

C. S. Brainard, 
John L. Wilcox, 
F. B. Kelsey, 
L. J. Piatt, 
H. J. Bushnell, 
George E. Jones, 
Albert Burr, 



C. F. Watrous, 
John S. Lane, 
Edwin Bartlett, 
Vacant. 
Nelson Burr, 



Henry N. Elliott. 
R. P. Spencer; 
Daniel S. Platts. 
Cyprian D. Clark. 
Nathan S. Fowler. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 
John Rossiter, Charles Dibble, T. E. Morgan. 
Ezra Brainard, Wm. J. Gladwin, Wm. A. Hayes. 
Ogden C. Pratt, D. B. Knowles, Noah Starkey. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Wm. B. Stevens, Chas. F. Bulkley, L. B. Southworth. 

ARTILLERY. 
R. E. Shepherd, Theodore Blake, H. S. Chapman. 
Bezaleel Shailer, B. N. Sherman, Wm. B. Tibbals. 



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TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Formed from Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wal- 
lingford, Madison, and North Branford. 

Curtis B. Bishop, Colonel. 

Ives Merriman, Lieut. Colonel. 

Richard D. Coan, Major. 
Henry R. Spencer, Adjutant; George W. Davis, 
Ctuarter Master; Edward S. Fowler, Pay Master; 
Lent S. Hough, Chaplain ; Alvan Talcott, Surgeon ; 
George E. Perkins, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

James A. Norton, 
Wm. W. Ives, 
A. S. Downs, 
Rufus Pierpont, 
Samuel S. Meigs, 
Elizur Lindsley, 
Wm. J. Benton, 
S. W. Stevens, 
John C. Mansfield 

Justin Marks, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

C. M. Landon, 
Milo Ives, 
George Rogers, 

Levi G. Evarts, 
Geo. F. Harrison, 

D. B. Rossiter, 
Joel B. Bishop, 
,Joiin M. Foot, 



ENSIGNS. 

Oliver G. Lyon. 
Chas. Woodstock. 

H.W.Gilbert. 
Ezra S. Smith. 
Darwin Page. 
N. C. Dudley. 
Aaron E. Stone. 
Chas. D. Maltby. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Willis Munson, E. S. Munson. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Formed from Waterbury, Cheshire, Meriden, Wol- 
cott, Hamden, Bethany, and Prospect. 

Stephen H. Payne, Colonel. 
O. OoUins, Lieut. Colonel. 
William Kelsey, Major. 
John S. Isbell, Adjutant; George Northrop, Quarter 
Master; Samuel Pritchard, Pay Master; Oliver Hop- 
son, Chaplain ; Noah H. Byington, Surgeon ; Timo- 
thy Langdon, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Richard Welton, H. Merriman, Chas. T. Gully. 

Charles Hall, Sylv. Stephens, Ozias Cook. 

Lyman Butler, Julius Augur, O. K. Johnson. 

Ives A. Lewis, S. S. Hotchkiss, Dan. H. Holt. 



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CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

R.B. fsbell, Gid. A. Johnson, R. H. Isbell. 

Elizuv Kimball, Ich. Hitchcock, John Wallace. 
E. B. W. Hitchc'k, A. T. Hotchkiss, Anson B. Peck. 
H. G. Gill, Enos Foot, Vacant. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Mark Bishop, George D. Allen, Samuel A. Tuttle. 
John L. Blake, Edwin Birdseye, Alfred P. Curtiss. 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, 
Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, Water- 
bury, and Cheshire. 

Abel R. Hine, Colonel. 
Dwight Hall, Lieut. Colonel. 
Jared R. Cook, Major. 
Jonah Clark, Adjutant; Henry S. Ford, Gtuarter 
Master; Elijah B. Hine, Pay Master : David B. Coe, 
Chaplain ; L. A. Beardsley, Surgeon ; E. E. Heming- 
way, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Comp. — Abram Rogers, Captain; George W. 
Linsley, 1st Lieut.; John J. Bartholomew, 2d Lieut. ; 
N. G. Scranton, 3d Lieut.; William R. Frisbie, 4th 
Lieut. 

2d Comp. — Hezekiah Hall, Captain ; Elisha Hall, 1st 
Lieut. ; Edwin Williams, 2d Lieut. ; S. Bartholomew, 
3d Lieut. ; S. Cook, 4th Lieut. 

3d Comp. — O. T. Baldwin, Captain ; Dennis An- 
drews, 1st Lieut. ; Bryan Clark, 2d Lieut. ; Isaac Por- 
ter, 3d Lieut. ; Robert Treat, Jr., 4th Lieut. 

THIRD REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Oxford, Guilford, Madison, Westville, 
New Haven, Milford, Branford, and Killingworth. 



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Chauncey Welles, Colonel. 
Charles B. Gilbert, Lieut. Colonel. 
Israel A. Merwin, Major. 
Colin M. Ingersoll, Adjutant ; Charles Carlisle, Ctr. 
Master ; Adrian C. Hutman, Pay Master; T. C. Teas- 
dale, Chaplain ; Pliny A. Jewell, Surgeon ; Samuel 
Noyes, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 

H. A. Perry, Charles Smith, 
U. N. Parmelee, Jason L. Field, 
H. E. Chittenden, Samuel Dudley, 
Samuel Hull, L. R. Graham, 

C. B. Doolittle, Daniel Spencer, 
Wm. E. Burns, Theodore Pilke, 

E. B. Barker, 

Carlos Parmelee, 



Richard Dibble, 
Wm. Parmelee, 



2d LIEUTENANTS. 

F. H. Chatfield. 
Samuel Bristol. 
S. R. Crampton. 
L. R. Gorham. 
Wm. Watrous. 
Alonzo Johnson. 
O. D. Squire, Jr. 
H. P. Barnhum. 



SEC OND DIV I S ION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 
Amos Fowler, Esq., Major General. 

Lieut. Colonel Charles A. Converse, Division Inspector. 
Major Henry E. West, Division Quarter Master. 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, IBth, and 20th Regiments In- 
fantry, and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Orrin F. Smith^ Brigadier General. 

John A. Lathrop, Brigade Major. 

Jonathan N. Harris, Brigade duarter Master. 

William Mercer, Aid de Camp. 



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THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New London, Water ford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, Salem, and the society of Millington, in East 
■Haddam. 

Ephraim H. Douglass, Colonel. 
j Ebenezer W. Woodworth, Lieut. Colonel. 

I Washington A. Bailey, Major. 

A. White Bush, Adjutant ; Elisha Turner, Cluarter 
Master ; Sabin Smith, Pay Master ; Frederick B. Lati- 

er. Surgeon ; Henry E. Turner, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

. R. Crocker, George Holmes, 
r. A. Caulkins, John E. Swan, 
W. Chapman, John W. Smith, 
m. H. Beebe, J. L. Beckwith, 
J. L. Morgan, 
J. M. Parker, 



Fosdick, 
Wm. L. Way, 
A. Huntley. 

T. P. Badet, 
C. H. Wheeler. 

W. F. Millman, 

b}. R, Miner, 
William Hall. 



Robert Lyons. 



ENSIGNS. 

Edward Badet, 
C. E. Smith, 
S. C. Vibber, 
P. H. Com stock, 
C. J. Brown, 
W. P. Brockway, 
W. L. Tredway, 
C. K. Bishop. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

D. A. Redfield, S. Douglass, jr., 
William Green. W. H. Palmer. 

RIFLEMEN. 

J. O. Wheeler, 



ARTILLERY. 
T. W. Fox, 
W. Armstrong. 



C. L. Daboll. 



L. Lester, 
D. Anderson. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stonington, Groton, North Stonington, 
Ledyard and Voluntown. 

Elias W. Brown, Colonel. 

John S. Lester, Lieut. Colonel. 

Jacob L. Gallup, Major. 

Dudley Davis, Adjutant ; John H. Crary, Cluarter 

Master; Henry W. Avery, jr., Pay Master j Jared R. 



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Aveiy, Chaplain; David N. Prentice, Surgeon; Noyes 
S. Palmer, Surgeon's Mate. 



LIEUTENANTS. 



E. C. Denison, D. Burdick, 
W. G. Batty, J. F. Spencer, 

Asa P. Williams, G. E. Hewitt, 



I. W. Howe, 
J. A. Billings, 
J. Y. Hull, 
Joseph Kinne, 
G. W. Mallory. 



A. Robbins, 
I. Allyn, 
W. H. Davis, 
W. S. Babcock, 
J. S. Noyes. 



Sidney Smith, 
Y. Avery, 
P. P. Prentice, 
B, C. Kegwin, 
R. S. Stoddard, 
S. F. Nye, 
S. B. Main, 
W. Crandall. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



C. Morgan, Sands H. Fish, E. R. Gallup, 

B. W. P. Bennett. E. Leonard. Horace White. 



H. Morgan. 
C. H. Allyn. 



RIFLEMEN. 

A. B. Latham. 

ARTILLERY. 

Wm. Spencer. 



R. Y. Latham. 
N. G. Smith. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Franklin, 
Griswold, Lisbon, and Bozrah. 

Edwin Allen, Colonel. 

Edward W. Eells, Lieut. Colonel. 

C. P. Browning, Major. 

David Young, Adjutant ; James D. Mowry, Quarter 

Master; H. H. Osgood, Pay Master; C. D. Fillmore, 

Chaplain; Alden Wattles, Surgeon; R. A. Spencer, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

N. P. Douglass, Julius Well, O. W. Champlin, 

W. Ayres, jr., John P. Gore, Daniel Selden, 

H. Robinson, David Geer, H. W. Loomis, 

Thomas Sweet, G. H. Abel, L. M. Ladd, 

N. Lester, J. N. Burdick, W. H. Manin, 

C. Browning, S. L. Johnson, C. C. Stetson, 

R. R. Barber, T. G. Lamb, L. H. Carey. 

Charles Maples. Simeon Abel. Elisha Maples. 



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D. P. Wheeler, 
G. H. Hills. 

N. L. Stanton, 
Charles Judd, 
R. B. Downing, 
H. B. Rude. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 
T. L. Bissel, G. W. Potter, 

J. L. Babcock. E. Goodwin. 



RIFLEMEN. 

M. Keniic)^, 
J. L. Vergason, 
Hiram Tarbox, 
I. Gallup, jr. 



R. M. Hinkley, 
W. H. Congdon, 
George Wilcox, 
E. D. Baldwin. 






TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, (excepting 
such part thereof as lies within the society of Millington,) 
Hebron, Marlborough and Chatham, (excepting the first 
society.) 

Joseph U. Holmes, Colonel. 
Elijah Ransom, Lieut. Colonel. 
Philo Bevins, Major. 
, Joseph Selden, Adjutant; Hiram Veasey, Ctuarter 
Master; Timothy F. Green, Pay Master ; S. A. Loper, 
Chaplain; N. F.Emmons, Surgeon; J.S.Wells, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. B. Hungerford, I. D. Burnham. 
Murphy, H. Worthington, 



C. D. Lathrop, 
H. S. Brainard, 
W. Phelps. 



H. Brainard, 
Austin Haling, 
Charles W. Lay, H. A. Palmer, 
JohnB. Staples, Asa C. Shailor, 

E. B. Bailey, 
Andrew Phelps. W. L. Ellis. 



W. S. Williams, 
E. Warner, 
E. Snow. 2d, 
JN. Emmons, 
G. W. Goodrich, 
S. Petty, jr. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

G. W. Harris, R. S. Bissell, G. S. Gilbert, 

John Stark, J. E. Swan, A. C. Phelps, 

S. Skinner. Allen Clark. N. S. Markham. 

SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Colchester, Marlborough, East Had- 
dam, Salem, Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Preston, 
Waterford, New LoSSon, Groton, and Stonington. 



144 MILITIA. 

A. F. Bennett, Colonel. 

James D. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel. 

Jedediah L. Hough, Major. 

Edward T. Moore, Adjutant; William Rogers, Quar- 
ter Master; Armstrong, Pay Master; 

Salter, Chaplain; Charles C. Hilliard, Surgeon; Hen- 
ry H. Kingsley, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Company. — William R. Tisdale, Captain ; Helen 
B. Cone, 1st Lieutenant ; Selden A Bailey, 2d Lieuten- 
ant; Egbert Brown, 3d Lieutenant ; Thomas Spencer, 
4th Lieutenant. 

2d Company. — Dan Hastings, Captain ; Pitt D. 
Rogers, 1st Lieutenant ; Joseph J. Hyde, 2d Lieutenant; 
Henry Hazen, 3d Lieutenant; Charles Pendleton, 4th 
Lieutenant. 

3d Company. — Robert H. Morgan, Captain; William 
T. Mitchell, 1st Lieutenant; J jhn S. Barber, 2d Lieu- 
tenant; Jefferson L. Avery, 3d Lieutenant ; Oliver Bud- 
dington, 4th Lieutenant. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 23d Regiments 
Infantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Battalion Ar- 
tillery. 

Calvin Daggett, Esq. Brigadier General 
Lucius J, Hendee, Aid-de-Camp. 

, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Francis A. Porter, Brigade Gluarter Master. 



FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, 

Brooklyn, Plainfield, and the south society of Kiliingly. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Colonel. 

Epaphras Safford, Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles Thompson, Jr. Major. 

Andrew C. Lester, Adjutant ; Julian F. Balcom, Ctr 

Master J Lucius Lincoln, Pay Ma.^er; Andrew Sharp, 



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Chaplain; Oliver Kingsley, Jr., Surgeon; Edward F. 
Balcom, Surgeon's Mate. 

LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Horace A. Briggs, William Olin, Jr, 
A. R. Moulton, Loren Lincoln. 



CAPTAINS. 

Albert Frink, 
Norman B. Hall, 
C. Cleveland, 
Henry Webb, 
T. T. Lewis, 



C. G. Williams, 
A. G. Fuller, 
Jacob M. Allen, 



Timothy Prince. 

John P. Webb. 

P. F. Smith. 

John J. Penrose. 

D.H. Freeman. 

Alexander Hill. 



Francis D. Fuller, Edwin Pollard, 
J A. B. DouglasSjR. S. Lathrop, 
J. W. D. Pike, John Spalding, 

RIFLEMEN. 

A. Witter, Jr., 
R. O. Hovey, 

ARTILLERY. 

Wm. Foster, Jr., Wm. A. Owen, Edwin G. Main. 



John S. French, 
Pearl L. Peck, 



Wm. B. Ames. 
Egbert Hall. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thomp- 
son, and Killingly, except the south society. 
Luther Day, Colonel. 
Isaac Mills, Lieut. Colonel. 
George S. P. Stoddard, Major. 
Joseph D. Bates, Adjutant ; Ransom D. Marcey, Ctr. 
Master; Jeremiah S. Wheaton, Pay Master, David E. 
Hall, Surgeon ; Lewis Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 



N. Williams, Jr., 
John D. Lyon, 
Dan C. Basto, 
D. D. Chase, 
Wm. J. Whitney, 
S H. Davis, 
R. Tourtelotte, 
A. J. Wales, 
Wm. Jacobs, 



LIEUTENANTS, 

S. L. Cotton, 
J. S. Houghton, 
W. W. White, 
John Cooper, 
Nelson Morse, 
Elias Jacobs, 
C. M. Whitney, 
Clinton Howard, 
M. A. Elliott, 
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John Osgood, 
Nelson Lyon. 
A. Bassett. 

Wm. C. Tucker. 
C. Brown, Jr. 
Stafford Green. 
N. Sessions. 
David D, Park. 



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MILITIA. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

S. Tiifany, Daniel Bartlett, Isaac Corbin. 

RIFLEMEN. 

C. Scarborough; M. Weatherill, Wm. Chapman. 

T.B. Underwood, { c/p.''stockwell,^^^^^ ^^^^^ 
C. D. Williams, S. S. Spragne, J. Starkweather. 

ARTILLERY. 

, C. Bartlett, 
Edwin Warren. 



Orin J. Lewis, 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Somers, Stafford, and 
Ellington. 

Marcus Woodward, Colonel. 

Elijah W. Smith, Lieut. Colonel. 

Albert F. Kibbe, Major. 

John W. Gilbert, Adjutant; Eli I. Smith, Gluarter 

Master; Henry Abbe, Pay Master; Rev. James P.. 

Terry, Chaplain; Joseph P. Converse, Surgeon; Levi 

S. Pease, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

W. B. Woodruff, John H. Bowers, Wells Spencer. 
D. Starr, Jr., Henry W. West, N. W. Chester. 

H. L. Buspee, I. H. Meacham, J. W. Russell. 
Arby Hyde, 2d, S. Carpenter, L. W. Crane. 
Anson Spelman, A. G. Carew, M. Cummings. 

B. Bissell, H. G. Remson. L. Edgerton. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

S.M. Darby, Wm.A. Gager, Leverett Luce. 
John Weston, Gardner Wood, 



Adolphus King, 
F. M. Brown, 



RIFLEMEN. 

G. A. Taylor, 
Wm. Colburn, 



Joseph Sexton. 



Luke Parsons. 



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TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia^ Coven- 
try, Bolton, Willington, and Chaplin. 

Richard H. Rose, Colonel. 

L C. Porter, Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles Scovel, Major. 

Henry T. Hough, Adjutant; James Richmond, dr. 

Master; Henry W. Hutchison, Pay Master; David 

Bancroft, Chaplain ; Timothy Dimock. Surgeon ; Henry 

Watrous, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS, 

C. G. SouthworthjOrin Shumway, Ormand M. Lull. 
E. S. Parker, Chauncey Clark, George Hurlbut. 

John B. Scovel, Edward C. Little, Henry C. Clark. 
M. N. Loomis, George O. Brown, James H. Corrin. 
N. W. Talcott, F. B. Risley. 

Joseph Abbott, Alva Cummings, Elias Upton. 
Alfred H. Fitch, D. M. Burnap, 
L, Manning, Irad Edwards, Charles Rider. 

Amos W. Snow, W. A. Robbins. 

Joseph Dorsett, Jr*, Luther "Webster. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

James P. Johnson,Jesse S. Turner, W. M. Spafford. 
Zenas Bugbee, A. A. Wilson, 

ARTILLERY. 

John Brace, A. K. Brown, Abel Johnson. 

SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hampton, Windham, Ashford, Mans- 
field, Plainfield, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, Wood- 
stock, Thompson, Hebron, and Lebanon. 
Horace Sabin, Colonel. 
Justus Collier, Major. 
Henry S. Searl, Adjutant; Benjamin Galup, Cluarter 
Master; Nathaniel M. Hyde, Pay Master; Elisha 
Williams, Surgeon : John Manning, Surgeon's Mate, 



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1st Comp. — Samuel Bicknell, Captain ; James M* 
Fuller, 1st Lieutenant; Cephas Dunham, 2d Lieuten- 
ant. 

2d Comp. — Jirah Hyde, Captain ; Harris Kies, 1st 
Lieutenant; E. Ens worth, 2d Lieutenant; Ethan Chaf- 
fee, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Elias L. Williams, Captain; James M. 
Kingsley, 1st Lieutenant; E. D. Post, 2d Lieutenant ; 

A. C. Abel, Cornet, 

4th Comp. — Judson M. Lyon, Captain ; Luther E. 
Rawson, 1st Lieutenant; Elijah M. Jackson, 2d Lieut.: 
Dwight Austin, Cornet. 

FIRST BATTALION LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Wind- 
ham, Lebanon and Preston. 

Frederick W. Treadway, Major Commandant. 

Wareham Williams, Adjutant; William P. Dawley? 
Cluarter Master; Amos W. Prentice, Pay Master; 

B. Cook, Chaplain; Elisha T. Huntington, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

W. R. Palmer. Wm. H. Branch, Benjamin Irish. 
Lyman C. Clark, J. M. Kingsley, J. W. Selden. 
James M. French, L. Armstrong, Wm. E. Beckwith. 
T. Gr. Kingsley, D. W. C. Lathrop, Joseph B. Noyes. 



THI RD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades, 
Sands Adams, Esq., Major General. 

Lieut Colonel Edward Hill, Division Inspector. 
Major Oliver H. Perry, Division (Quarter Master. 



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FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, VnU and 21th Regiments In- 
fantry, 3d Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th Regiment Cav- 
alry, and 4th Battalion Artillery. 

Charles W. Thorp, Brigadier' General. 

Benjamin Weed, jr., Aid-de-Camp, 

Henry Fdwards, Brigade Inspector. 

William A Gould, Brigade Quarter Master. 



FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, West- 
port, Trumbull, Huntington, and Monroe. 
Judson Curtiss, Colonel. 
Orville H. Beardslee, Lieut. Colonel. 
Seth Seeley, Major. 
Augustus Jennings, Adjutant; Absalom Northrop, 
Cluarter Master; Burr S. Hubbell, Pay Master; For- 
dyee Hitchcock, Chaplain; E. B. Middlebrook, Sur- 
geon ; Leegrand Beers, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

J. G. Morehouse, 
John McEwen, 
C. Scribner, 
F. M. Olmsted, 
W. Bradley, 
Albert Burritt, 
Wheeler Booth, 
Abel Beardslee, 
Burr Beach.. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Seth J. Osborn, 
Philo Osborn, 
S. B. Gorham, 
W. S. Hanford, 
Albert Sherwood, 
L. L. Wilcoxon, 
H. Bennett, 
JNorman Peck, 
Isaac E. Booth. 



ENSIGNS. 

Albert Osborn, 
Geo. F. Jackson, 
Charles Piatt, 
S. A.Cooley, 
Asahel Gray, 
A. C. Lewis, 
S.Johnson, 
Isaiah Burritt, 
Elijah Beach. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



Burr Osborn, 
O.B.Hall, 
Henry P. Burr. 

John Powel. 



Morris Gould, 
C. B. Nichols, 
G. L. Adams. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Hanford Hull. 



David Downs, 
C. A. Kirtland, 
T. F. Rockwell. 



Amariah Mallett. 



150 



MILITIA. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk, and 
Darien. 

Hanford Stevens, Colonel. 

Augustus Weed, Lieut. Colonel. 

L. G. Smith, Major. 

Edward B. Piatt, Adjutant; Charles Lockwood, Cluar- 

ter Master ; Charles Andrews, Pay Master ; C. Ayres. 

Surgeon ; S. Raymond, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Holly Adams, J. F. Faywither, 

Elkanah Mead, A. R. Lane, 

L. G. Wilcox, John J. Colly, 

Burr D. Smith, C. E. Disbrow, 

S. G. Wilson, J. B. Wilson, 

E. Seeley, jr., G. E. Stevens, 

E. S. Lockwood, Edward Stiles, 

I. S. Jones, W. A. Hoyt, 

jsaac Buxton. B. D. Purdy. 

RIFLEMEN. 
P L Cunningham, G. W. Smith, 
W. T. Minor, E. Capron, 
N. S. Husted, J. E. Russell, 
W. E. Raymond. Samuel St. John. 



C. Waterbury^ 
Leman Mead, 
A. C. Arnold, 
Reed Bradley, 
Benjamin Green, 
Edwin Finch, 
G. W. Smith, 
A. Waters, 
C. W. St. John, 



J. T. Brooks, 
David Duncan, 
B. Page, jr. 
Henry Hoyt. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof as 
is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, New- 
Milford, (except such part thereof as lies within the soci- 
ety of New Preston,) Brookfield, New Fairfield and 
Sherman, 

Walter B. Ferris, Colonel. 

David B. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles W. Northrop, Major. 

William Hall, Adjutant; John C Smith, Cluarter 

Master; Nathan T. Buckingham, Pay Master ; Enoch 



MILITIA. 



151 



Huntington, Chaplain; Daniel W. Northrop, Surgeon; 
Frederick Tracy, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

E. Benedict, 
Isaac Pickett, 
D. I. Northrop, 
Charles Patchen, 
B. B. Kellogg, 
P. C. Merwin, 
Buel Pickett, 
W. P. Bennett, 
R. O. Gurley. 

Eli Beardsley, 

H. Buckingham, 
J. P. Saunders. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry Wood, 
A. Northrup, 
C.B. Booth, 
L. N. Crofoot, 
S. Whitehead, 

H. Giddings, 
F. Sherman, 
H.Hubbell. 



ENSIGNS. 

Levi Han ford, 

Ralph Benedict, 
EliamFenn, 



Orrin Stevens, 
Peter Wooster. 
A. N. Sharp. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Lewis Pepper, Levi Disbro. 

RIFLEMEN. 
L. A. Warner, P. W. Welles, 
H. G. Barnum. J. P. Taylor. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ridgefield, Wilton, Redding, Weston, 
and New Canaan. 

Henry Sanford, Colonel. 
Aaron L, Sanford, Lieut. Colonel. 
Samuel Dikeman, Major. 
David W. Sherwood, Adjutant; Samuel Thorp, 
Cluarter Master ; Rev. Charles J. Todd, Chaplain; 
Charles Middlebrook, Surgeon; Andrew Meeker, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Wm. Sanford, 
Francis Meeker, 
Geo. Bulkley, 
W. H. Seymour. 
C. Ambler, 
Stephen Brush, 
E. T. Dudley, 
C. O. Jessup. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

W. L. Stevens, 
S. Lobdell, 
D. S. Godfrey, 
Wm. Dunning, 
S. Bartram, 

A. S. Lyon, 
S. P. Fitch. 



ENSIGNS. 

Thaddeus Hoyt, 

W. P. Welch, 
Wm. Olmsted. 



Aaron Lyon. 



152 MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

J. B. Lockwood, J. M. Lockwood, Bradley Piatt, 
J. S. Adams. John Dikeman. Geo. French. 



FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Bethlem, Southbury, Wa- 
tertown, Danbury, Newtown, New Milford, Brookfield, 
and Washington. 

Carr Hine, Colonel. 
Henry R. Whittlesey, Major. 
John R. Hoyt, Adjutant; William F. Hoyt, Cluater 
Master; Charles B. Curtis, Pay Master; Hanford 
Bennett, Surgeon ; — Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st. LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

S. C.Tuttle, J. F. Fayn, 

J. P. Crosby, I. H. Wilson, G. W. Wilson, 

S. C. Squires, Henry Gunn, Sherman Titus, 

J. B. Fairchild. E. T. Shepherd. Wm. Botsford. 

Cornets. — Samuel L BIoss, John Corney, James Wil- 
les, Leonard Bradley. 

THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Nor- 
walk, Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, West- 
port, New Canaan, Trumbull, and Huntington. 
Samuel C. Beardsley, Colonel. 
David S. Beardsley, Lieut. Colonel. 
Ebenezer Ayres, Major. 
William G. Scofield, Adjutant; Nathaniel G. Ster- 
ling, Pay Master; John Burritt, Gtuarter Master ; Rob- 
bert R. Lockwood, Surgeon ; Oscar Jordan, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

1st Comp. — Charles Blackman, Captain; Oliver E. 
Plumb, 1st Lieut. ; Charles B. Laberee, 2d Lieut. ; Joel 
Shelton, 3d Lieut. ; E. S. Wooster, 4th Lieut, ; Gould 
Judson, Cornet. 



MILITIA. 153 

2d Comp. — Ebenezer R. Richards, Captain ; George 
Whitlock, 1st Lieut.; Cliarles Seymour, 2d Lieut.; 
Francis A. PLockwcll, 3d Lieut. ; Joseph L. Sturges, 4th 
Lieut.; Daniel C. Rider, Cornet. 

3d Connp. — Eleazer Sherwood, Captain ; Timothy M. 
Banks, 1st Lieut. ; Nathan T. Merwin, 2d Lieut, ; Sam- 
uel W. Banks, 3d Lieut. ; Francis B. Banks, 4th Lieut.; 
Moses Wakeman, Cornet. 

4th Comp. — George Weed, Captain ; William S. 
Brown, 1st Lieut ; Samuel B. Dayton, 2d Lieut. ; Wil- 
liam Deavenport, 3d Lieut. . Benjamin W. Mead, 4th 
Lieut. ; Alpheus Brown, Cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Danbury. Bridgeport, Norwalk, Trum- 
bull, and Huntington. 

William A Dowd, Lieut, Colonel Commandant. 
James H. Beebee, Major. 
William G. Beard, Adjutant; Orlando B.- Wilcox, 
Quarter Master; Theodore M. Weed, Pay Master; Ira 
Gregory, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Frederick Starr, G. S. O. Banks, A. Dickman, 

Fenelon Hubbell, T. W. Stillman, G. B. Smith, 

Hiram Bell, G. W. Hoyt, 
J. D. Brinsmaid, J. B. Nichols, 

E.P. Curtiss. L. H. Blackman. E. C. Hawley. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16th, and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d regiment Cavalry. 

George P. Shelton, Brigadier General. 

William B. Wooster, Aid-de-Camp. 

Edson Camp, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Frederick G. Wheeler, Brigade Cluarter Master, 



154 MILITIA. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Formed from Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem, Wa- 
tertowii, Roxbury, Washington, Middlebury, and so 
much of the towns of New Milford and Kent as lie 
within the society of New Preston. 

George W. Hurlbut, Colonel. 
Truman H. Woodruff, Lieut. Colonel. 
Job Z. Warner, Major. 
Robert Isbell, Adjutant; Eli Bradley, Cluarter Mas- 
ter; Stiles F. Monson, Pay Master; Austin I. Isham. 
Chaplain. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

B. N. Strong, David Betts, Jr., George Staples. 

A. W . Guthrie, S. S. Stoddard, Elliot Bradley. 

Levi F. Scott, John M. Bristoll, Wm. B. Judd. 

J. W. Baldwin, H. C. Cummings, A. S. Beardsley. 

Julius Cables, S. Benedict, F. D. Beeman. 

A. L. Hodge, Levi Smith, Lewis E. Judd. 

H. W. Munson, L. S. Bronson, 

Ralph Smith, John Walton. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
S. Tuttle, David Nobles, Wm. Roberts. 

RIFLEMEN. 
Amos M. Judd, J. Hungerford, Joel Hungerford. 

THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornwall, 
and Kent, except such parts thereof as lie within the 
society of New Preston. 

Dwight W. Pierce, Colonel. 

Julius B. Harrison, Lieut. Colonel. 

William T. King, Major. 

Walter S. Cowles, Adjutant; Robert R. Kellogg, 

Cluarter Master ; Stephen R. Gay, Pay Master ; Burret 

B. North, Surgeon ; Timothy L. Andrews, Surgeon's 

Mate. 



MILITIA. 



155 



CAPTAINS. 

W. Briggs. 
H. Edwards, 
Caleb M. Lake, 
P. G. Merritt, 
Judson Welles, 
E. P. Hunt, 
A. Flarrison, 
J. M. Smith, 

S. A. St. John, 
D. D. Minor, 
C. A. Smith, 

Reuben Eatou, 



LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

E. H. Burroughs, W. T. Bull. 

B. S. Hamlin, 

Horace Ball, H. S. Jacobs. 

J. Ackriman, Almond Todd. 

Chester Curtis, C. L. Hunt. 

L. H. Hollister, Cyrus W. Gray. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
G. W. Storrs, E. Hinman. 
G. S. Minor, F.P.Calhoun. 

C. Williams, Levi S. Bartram, 



ARTILLERY. 
A. L. Baldwin, 



Ezra B. Eaton. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Harwinton, Torring- 
ton, Plymouth, and Warren. 
Joseph Birge, Jun., Colonel. 
John Phelps 2d, Lieut. Colonel. 
William F. Baldwin, Major, 
William E. Dickinson, Adjutant; S. G. Hayes, dr. 
Master; Alphonso Candee, Pay Master ; George Odell, 
Sergeant Major ; George Seymour, Surgeon ; D. L. 
Marks, Chaplain. 



CAPTAINS. 

Josiah Giles, 

Vacant. 

Ozias L. Webster, 

Levi W. Thrall, 

Vacant. 

Henry Hamlin, 

L. A. Monson, 

Vacant. 

E. H. Churchill, 

B. A. Emmons, 

Vacant, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

John W. Burrell, 

Vacant. 

Eli G. Catlin, 

J. A. Newberry, 

Vacant. 

Henry Waugh, 

Vacant. 

Vacant. 

Lynus Marsh, 

Horatio B. Ames, 

Vacant. 



ENSIGNS. 

F. D. McNiel. 

Vacant. 

John G.Bailey. 

Linus Scoville. 

Almon L Beach. 

Alvah Bristoll. 

John Bissell. 

Vacant. 

Lem, H. Garnsey. 

Erastus Palmer. 

Vacant. 



156 



MILITIA. 



Vacant. 
Zenas ToUes, 



G. F. Davis, 
Hiram Welton, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

George A. Hill, Vacant. 
Timothy Jones, John Weeks. 



RIFLEMEN. 

G. W. Beers, 
Russell Coe, 



Edward C. Buell. 
Apollos^Fenn. 



ARTILLERY. 
S. Marsh, 2d., S. S. More, Walter Palmer. ' 

TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

A. G. Kellogg, Colonel. 
H. H. Crane, Lieut. Colonel. 
Robbins Battell, Major. 
Henry H. Bartlett, Adjutant; Albro Fyler, Ctuarter 
Master; Frederick Lawrence, Fay Master; James 
Beach, Chaplain; William Carrington, Surgeon ; Wil- 
liam Welch, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Andrew Barnes, Vacant. Vacant. 

A. C. Bancroft, Jason Lilly, Noah Benedict. 

Josiah C. Allen, Salmon Howd, Jr. John Burrell. 

Vacant. Vacant. Vacant. 

Harlow W. Coe, S. C. Newton, Joseph Thompson. 

Wm. S. Bunnell, Vacant. Vacant. 

John Hinsdale, Charles H. Blake, Charles Alvord. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Henry L. Lincoln, Julius C. Ransom, Roswell Pond. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Geo. C. Wilson, Augustus Smith, Samuel Markham. 

GRENADIERS. 

William S. Nash, James H. Jaqua, Albert Porter. 
ARTILLERY. 

L. W.Phelps, Anson Holcemb, G. N. Wilder. 



MILITIA. 157 

THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Major C. Peck, Colonel. 

Oliver W. Austin, Major. 

Martin Phelps, Adjutant; Nathaniel B. Gaylord, dr. 

Master; Cyrus G. Babcock, Pay Master; William 

Church, Chaplain; John A. Gillett, Surgeon; G. K. 

Peck, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Comp. — Sylvester M. Scoville, Captain ; Sannuel 
Catlin, 1st Lieut.; John Hart, 2d Lieut.; Augustus 
Squire, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — Hubbard Pendleton, Captain; Vacant, 
1st Lieut. ; Cicero Beach, 2d Lieut. ; Vacant, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — William G. Norton, Captain ; Henry 
Seymour, 1st Lieut. ; Enos Sage, 2d Lieut. ; Vacant, 
Cornet. 

4th Comp. — James L. Hubbel, Captain ; H. Hotch- 
kiss, 1st Lieut.; Rufus L. Pickett, 2d Lieut. ; Alanson 
Moss, Cornet. 

Committee appointed by last Legislature to revise the 
Militia Laws of the State. 

Major General James T. Pratt, 
Colonel James A. Hovey, 
Major William T. Minor. 



Table showing the amount of imports and exports of the 
United States for the last eleven years. 

Value of Value of Excess of 

Years. Imports. Exports. Imports. 

1831, ^103,191,124 S8I,310,583 ^21,880,541 

1832, 101,029,266 87,176,943 13,852,332 

1833, 108,118,311 90,140,433 17,977,878 

1834, 126,521,332 104,336,973 22,184,359 

1835, 149,895,742 121,693,577 28,202,165 

1836, 189,980,035 128.663,040 61,316,995 

1837, 140,989,217 117,419,375 23,569,741 

1838, 113,717,404 108,486,616 5,230,788 

1839, 162,092.132 121,028,416 41,063,716 

1840, 107,14i;519 132,085,946 

1841, 127,946,177 121,851,808 6,094,369 

Total excess of imports for 10 years, ^241,471,875 



158 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



SUMMARY OF THE VOTES, 

OFFICIALLY CANVASSED, 

FOR STATE OFFICERS, MAY, 1843. 





FOR GOVERNOR. 








Cleveland. 


Baldwin. 


Gillette, 


Scat. 


Hartford, 


5239 


5188 


290 


10 


New Haven, 


4307 


4469 


206 


3 


New London, 


3343 


2632 


235 


3 


Fairfield, 


4037 


4146 


124 


1 


Windham, 


2284 


1698 


442 


24 


Litchfield,* 


4080 


3610 


293 


1 


Middlesex, 


2294 


2017 


183 


5 


Tolland, 


1832 


1641 


99 


2 



27416 
27322 



94 



25401 

1872 
49 



1872 49 



27322 

GOVERNOR. 



FOR LIEUT 

William S. Holabird, 

Reuben Booth, 

Levi Yale, 2d, 

Scattering, {QQ for Levi Yale,) 

Short of an election, 



27,309 
25,567 
1,806 
114—27,487 



178 



* 196 votes were returned from Salisbury for Roger 
Baldwin, which were intended for Roger S. Baldwin. 
Mr. Cleveland had 97 votes less than a majority. 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 159 

FOR TREASURER. 

Jabez L. White, Jr., *27,360 

Jeremiali Brown, t25,669 

Samuel Deming, 1,805 

Scattering, 65—27,539 

Short of an election, 179 

FOR SECRETARY. "^ 

Noah A. Phelps, 27,402 

Daniel P. Tyler, +25,529 

John C. Lewis, 1,852 

Scattering, 67—27,448 



Short of an election, 46 

FOR COMPTROLLER, 
Gideon Welles, 27,326 

Abijah Carrington, 25,579 

Lewis Beers, Jr. (174 Jr. omitted.) 1,865 
Scattering, 35—27,479 



Short of an election, 




153 


FOR SENATORS. 






District No. 1. Horatio Gridley, 
Josiah Atwood, 
Scattering, 


1905 

128 


2050 


No. 2. Samuel L. Pitkin, 
Parks Loomis, 
Scattering, 


1503 
26 


1664 



* 1762 of these votes were returned with the " Jr." 
omitted . 

t 105 votes belonging to Mr. Brown were returned for 
Mr. Tyler, and 105 belonging to Mr. Tyler were re- 
turned for Mr. Brown. 



160 VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



No. 3. Ammi R. Palmer, 




Ephraim Mills, 


1606 


Scattering, 


136 


No. 4. Griswold I. Gilbert, 




Wm. H. Jones, 


1263 


Scattering, 


8 


No. 5. Edward Hinman, 




Charles H. Pond, 


1403 


Scattering, 


33 


No. 6. Levi S. Parsons, 




Albert Foster, 


1381 


Scattering, 


164 


No. 7. William Hyde, 




Thomas S. Perkins, 


784 


Scattering, 


25 


No. 8. Asher P. Brown, 




Ezra Hewett, 


1039 


Scattering, 


120 


No. 9. Amos Fowler, 




Jehiel Johnson, 


860 


Scattering, 


74 


No. 10. Thaddeas Beardsley, 




Alva Gray, 


1414 


Scatttering, 


.32 


No. 11. Oliver Shepard, 




« Eli T. Hoyt, 


1336 


Scattering, 


20 


No. 12. Clark Bissell, 




Barlow F. White, 


1135 


Scattering, 


66 


No. 13. John Kendall. 




Justin Swift, 


821 


Scattering, 


140 


No. 14. William Alexander, 




Job Williams, 


875 


Scattering, 


303 



1631 . 
1493 
1553 
1591 
1032 
1232 
981 

1438 
1417 
1362 
1131 
1133 



VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 161 

No. 15. Israel Coe, 1265 



1409 
1345 
1140 
1129 

955 





Russell C. Abernathy, 

Scattering, 


1219 
134 


No. 16. 


Charles B. Phelps, 
Daniel B. Brinsmade, 
Scattering, 


1261 
109 


No. 17. 


John Dewell, 
Wm. C. Sterling, 
Scattering, 


1251 
43 


No. 18. 


Guy Cooper, 
Ezra Foot, 
Scattering, 


898 
70 


No. 19. 


Richard S. Pratt, 
Henry Taintor, 
Scattering, 


1102 
119 


No. 20. 


Rufus G. Pinney, 
Elisha Johnson, 
Scattering, 


808 
62 


No. 21. 


Alpheus Kingsley, 
Asa J. Hinckley, 

Scattering, 


815 
23 



860 



FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 
T. H. Seymour. T. K. Brace. J. Hooker. Stat. 
Hartford Co. 5183 5297 230 7 

Tolland Co. 1822 1652 91 

7005 6949 321 7 

Mr. Seymour's plurality, 56. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 
J. Stewart. S. D. Hubbard. E. Warner. /Seat. 
New Haven Co. 4285 4476 199 2 

Middlesex Co. 2292 2024 172 4 

6577 6500 371 6 

Mr. Stewart's plurality, 77. 
12 



162 VOTES. — PERMANENT FUNDS. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 
O. S. Catlin. E. Eldredge. I. Wilson. Seat. 
New London Co. 3296 2641 229 2 

Windham Co. 2286 1691 305 120 

55S2 4332 534 122 

Mr. Catlin's plurality, 1250. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 
5. Simons. T. B. Osborne. D. G. Piatt. Scat. 
Fairfield Co. 3995 4155 97 7 

Litchfield Co. 4066 3793 2S0 4 



8061 7948 377 11 

Mr. Simon's plurality, 113. 



PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE STATE, 

From the oflficial Report of the Comptroller, it ap. 
pears that the funds of the state, on the 1st of April, 
1843, consisted of Bank Stocks transferable and not 
transferable, or subscriptions to the capital of sundry 
Banks, which may be withdrawn on giving six months 
notice, viz. 

BANK STOCK NOT TRANSFERABLE. 

Hartford Bank, 1484 shares at 100 dollars $148,400 
Phoenix " 890 " 100 89,000 

New Haven " 274 •* 200 54,800 

Middletown *« 593 « lOO 59,300 

Farmers & Mechanics, 7 shares at 100 do1s. 700 

p52^200 

STOCK PURCHASED AND TRANSFERABLE. 

Hartford Bank, 144 shares, at $100 $14,400 
Phoenix " 296 »* 100 29,600 

N. Haven '* 19 *« 200 3,800 

47,800 

S400;000 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 163 



United States Calendar. 

Executive Government, 

JOHN TYLER, of Virginia, President. 

Salary ^"^,000 per annum. 

, Vice President. 

Salary $5,000 per annum. 
[William H. Harrison having deceased the 4th oif 
April, 1841, John Tyler, in accordance with the pro- 
vision of the Constitution of the United States, became 
President.] 

THE CABINET. Salary. 

Abel P. Upsher, of Vir. Secretary of State, $6,000 

John C. Spencer, of N. Y., Secretary of Treasury, 6,000 
James M. Porter, Penn., Secretary of War, 6,000 

David Henshavv. Mass., Secretary of No.vy, 6,000 

Chas. A. Wickliffe, of Ky., Postmaster General, 6,000 
John Nelson, Maryland, Attorney General, 4,000 

TREASURY DEPx\RTMENT. 

John C, Spencer, Secretary, - - - $6,000 

James W. iVlcCulloh, First Comptroller, - 3,500 

Albion K. Parris, Second Comptroller, - 3,009 

Tully R. Wise, First Auditor, - - - 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, - - 3,000 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, - - - 3,000 

Aaron O. Dayton, Fourth Auditor, - - 3,060 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, - - 3,000 

William Selden, Treasurer, - - , - 3,000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, - - - 3,000 

Charles B. Penrose, Solicitor, - - - 3,500 

Thomas H. Blake, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 

John Williamson, Rec. Gen. Land Office, - 2,900 

Charles Hopkins, General Land Office, - 2,000 

Henry L. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents, 3,000 



164 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

Salary. 
Robert M. Patterson, Director of the Mint, 3,500 

Isaac Roach, Treasurer of the Mint, - 2,000 

Joseph M. Kennedy, Superintendent Branch Mint 

at New Orleans, - - - - - 2,500 

J. F. Cooper, Superintendent Branch Mint at 

Dahlonega. Georgia, _ _ _ _ 2,000 

G* W. Caldwell, Superintendent Branch Mint at 

Charlotte, North Carolina, - - - 2,000 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles A. Wickliffe, Postmaster General, ^6,000 

Selah R. Hobbie, First Assistant P. M. G., Con- 
tract office, 2,500 

J. W. Tyson, Second Assistant P. M. G., Ap- 
pointment office, 2,500 

John S. Skinner, Third Assistant P. M. G., In- 
spection office, 2,500 

John Marron, Chief Clerk, 2,000 

M. St. Clair Clarke, Auditor of the Treasury for 

the Post Office, 3,000 

E. T. Bridge, Mail Agent for New England. 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

James M. Porter, Secretary. 

Bureau of Indian Affairs. 

T. H. Crawford, Commissioner. 

Pe7ision Bureau. 

James L. Edwards, Commissioner. 

General Officers. 

Winfield Scott, Major General. 

Edmund P. Gains, Brig. Gen. Maj. Gen. by Brevet. 

John E. Wool, Brigadier General. 

Head Quarters of the Army. 

Winfield Scott, Major General Commanding. 



» 



SENATORS. 165 

R. Jones, Erevet Brig, and Adj. General. 

Lieut. S. Ridgeley, Acting Judge Advocate. 

(Quarter Master'' s Bureau. 

T, S. Jessup, Brev. Maj. Gen. and dr. Master Gen. 

SuhsislcHce Bureau. 

G. Gibson, Brev. Brig. Gen, Com. Gen. Sub. 

Pay Bureau. 

N. Towson, Brev. Brig. Gen. and Pay M. Gen. 

Medical and Surfi;ical Bureau, 

Thomas Lawson, Surgeon General. 

Engineer Bureau. 

J. G. Totten, Colonel and Chief Engineer, 

To'pogra'pliical Bureau. 

John J. Abert, Col. and Chief Topographical Engineer. 

Ordnance Bureau. 

Geo. Talcott, Lieut. Col. Ordnance. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

David Henshaw, Secretary. 
Naval Bureaus. 
Lewis Warrington, Chief of Bu. of Docks & Yards. 
Wm. M. Crane, do. do. Ordn. and Hydro. 
Beverly Kennon, do. do. Const, and Equip. 
Vacant, do. do. Prov, and Cloth'g. 

W. P. C. Barton, do. do. Medi. & Surg. In. 



LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

The figures opposite the names of the Senators, denote 
the year when their respective terms will expire. 

Willie P. Mangum, of N. C. President of the Senate. 

Asbury Dickens, SecretarySaXarjj $3,000, 



166 



SENATORS. 



MAINE. 

John Fairfield, 
George Evans, 


1849 
1847 


SOUTH CAROLINA 

Daniel E. Huger, 
George McDuffie, 


' 1847 
1849 


NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Levi Woodbury, 
Chas. G. Atherton, 


1847 
1849 


GEORGIA. 

John M. Berrien, 
Walter T. Colquitt, 


1847 
1849 


VERMONT. 

Samuel Phelps, 
Wm. C. Upham, 


184.5 

1847 


ALABAMA. 

William R. King, 
Arthur P. Bagby, 


1847 
1849 


MASSACHUSETTS. 

Rufus Choate, 
Isaac B. Bates, 


1845 

1847 


MISSISSIPPI. 

John Henderson, 
Robert J. Walker, 


1845 

1847 


RHODE ISLAND. 

William Sprague, 
James F. Simmons, 


1845 

1847 


LOUISIANA. 

Alexander Barrow, 
Alexander Porter, 


1847 
1849 


CONNECTICUT. 

J. W. Huntington, 
John M. Niles, 


1845 
1849 


TENNESSEE. 

Ephraim H. Foster, 
Spencer Jarnagin, 


1845 

1847 


NEW YORE. 

N. P. Tallmadge, 
Silas Wright, jr., 


1845 
1849 


KENTUCKY. 

James T. Morehead, 
John J. Crittenden, 


1847 
1849 


NEW JERSEY. 

William Dayton, 
Jacob W. Miller, 


1845 

1847 


OHIO. 

Benjamin Tappan, 
William Allen, 


1845 
1849 


PENNSYLVANIA. 

Daniel W. Sturgeon, 
James Buchanan, 


1845 
1849 


INDIANA. 

Albert S. White, 
E. A. Hannegan, 


1845 
1849 


DELAWARE. 

Richard H. Bayard, 
Thomas Clayton, 

MARYLAND. 

William D. Merrick, 
One vacancy. 


1845 

1847 

1845 


ILLINOIS. 

James Semple, 
Sidney Breese, 

MlbSOURI. 

Thomas H, Benton, 
David R. Atcheson, 


1847 
1849 

1845 
1849 


VIRGINIA. 

William C. Rives, 
William S. Archer, 


1845 

1847 


ASKANSAS. 

William S. Fuhon, 
A. H. Sevier, 


1847 
1849 


NORTH CAROLINA 

Willie p. Mangum, 
Wm. H. Hay wood, jr 


'l847 
.1849 


MICHIGAN. 

A. S. Porter, 
W. Woodbridge, 


1845 
1847 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVEg. 167 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

John W.Jones, of Virginia, Speaker. 
Caleb J. McNulty, Clerk. 

Maine. 

Joshua Herrick, Robert P. Dunlap, Luther Sever- 
ance, Freenian H. Morse, Hannibal Hamlin. 2 va- 
cancies. 

New Hampshire- 
Edmund Burke, John R, Reding, John P. Hale, Mo- 
ses Norris, jr. 

Vermont. 

Solomon Foote, Jacob Collamer, George P. Marsh, 
Paul Dillingham, jr. 

Massachusetts. 
Robert C. Winthrop, Daniel P. King, yVm. Par 
menter, Charles Hudson, John Quincy Adams, Henry 
Williams, Joseph Grinnell. 3 vacancies. 

Rhode Island. 

Henry T. Cranston, Elisha R. Potter. 

Connecticut. 

Thomas H. Seymour, John Stewart, George H. Cat- 
lin, Samuel Simons. 

New York. 

Selah B. Strong, Henry C. Murphy, J. Phillips Phoe- 
nix, William B. Maclay, Moses G. Leonard, Hamilton 
Fish, Joseph H. Anderson, Richard H. Davis, James G. 
Clinton, Jeremiah Russell, Zadock Pratt, David L. Sey- 
mour, Daniel D. Barnard, Charles Rogers, Lemuel Stet- 
son, Cheselden Ellis, Charles S. Benton, Preston King, 
Orville Hungerford, Samuel Beardsley, Jeremiah E. 
Carey, Smith M. Purdy, Orville Robinson, Horace 
Wheaton, George Ratbbun, Amasa Dana, Byram 



168 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Green, Thomas J. Patterson, Charles -H. Carroll, 
William S. Hubbell, Asher Tyler, William A. Mose-* 
ley, Albert Smith, Washington Hunt. 

New Jersey, 

Lucius Cl. C. Elmer, George Sykes, Isaac G. Farlee, 
Littleton Kirkpatrick, William Wright. 

Pennsylvania. 

Edward J. Morris, Joseph R. Ingersoll, John T. 
Smith, Charles J. Ingersoll, Jacob S. Yost, Michael H. 
Jenks, Abraham R. Mcllvaine, Jeremiah Brown, John 
Ritter, Richard Broadhead, jr., Benjamin A. Bidlack, 
Almon H. Read, Henry Fiick, Alexander Ramsey, 
Henry Nes, James Black, James Irvin, Andrew Stew* 
art, Henry D. Foster, John Dickey, William Wilkins, 
Samuel Hays, Charles M Read, Joseph Buffington. 

Delaware, 
George D. Rodney. 

(Maryland — not yet districted.) 
Virginia. 

Archibald Atkinson, Geo. C. Dromgoole, Walter 
Coles, Edmund W. Hubard, Thomas W. Gillmer, John 
W. Jones, Henry A. Wise, Willoughby Newton, Sam- 
uel Chilton, Wm. F.Lucas, William Taylor, James B. 
Watts, George W. Hopkins, George W. Summers, 
Lewis J. Steenrod. 

North Carolina. 
Thomas J. Clingman, D. M. Barringer, David S. 
Reid, Edmund Deberry, R. M. Saunders, James J. M'- 
Kay, J. R, J. Daniel, A. H. Arrington, Kenneth Ray- 
ner. 

South Carolina. 
James A, Black, Richard F. Simpson, Joseph A. 
Woodward, John Campbell, Artemus Burt, Isaac E, 
Holmes, R. Barnwell Rhett. 

Georgia. 
E. J. Black, H. A. Haralson, J. H. Lumpkin, Howell 



Mouse oP RfcpttfisENTATiVEs. i69 

Cobb, Wm. H. Stiles, Alexander H. Sieplicns A. H. 
Chappell. One vac;ii)cy. 

Alabama. 

James DeH( t, James E. Belser, Dixon H. Lewis, W. 
W. Payne, G. S. Houston, Reuben Chapman, Felix G. 
M'Connell. 

Mississippi, 

Jacob Thompson, William H. Hammet, Robert W. 
Roberts, Tilghman M. Tucker. 

Louisiana. 
John SlidcU, Alcee Labrunche, John B. Dawson, P. 
E. Bossier. 

Arkansas. 
Edward Cross. 

Missouri. 
James M. Hug:hes, James BI. Pelfe, Gustavus B. 
Bower, J. B. Bowlin, John Jan^eson. 

Tennessee. 
Andrew Johnson, Wm. T. Senter, Julius W. Black- 
well, Alvan CuUom, Geo. W. Jones, Aaron V. Brown, 
David W. Dickenson, James H. Peyton, Cave Johnson, 
JohnB. Ashe, Milton Brown. 

Kentucky. 

Linn Boyd, Willis Green, Henry G rider, George A. 
Caldwell, James Stone, John White, Wm. P. Thomas- 
son, Garret Davis, Richard French, J. W. TibbaLts. 

Illinois. 

Robert Smith, John A. McClernand, Orlando B Fick- 
lin, John Wentworth, Stephen A. Douglass, Joseph P. 
Hoge, J. J. Hardin. 

Indianna. 

Robert Dale Owen, Thomas J. Henley, Thomas 
Smith, Caleb B. Smith, William J. Brown, John W. 
Davis, Joseph A. Wright, John Pettit, Samuel C. Sam- 
ple, Andrew Kennedy. 



170 JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Ohio^ 

Alexander Duncan, John B. Weller, R. C. Schenck> 
Joseph Vance, Eir.ery D. Potter, Henry St. John J. J- 
McDowell, J. J. Van Metre, Elias Florence, Heman A. 
Moore, Jacob Brinkerhoff, S. F. Vinton, T. B. John- 
son, Alexander Harper, Joseph Morris, James Mathews, 
Wm. C. McCauslen, Ezra Dean, Daniel R. Tilden, J. 
R. Giddings, Henry R. BrickerhofF. 

Michigan. 

Robert McClelland, Lucius Lyon, James B. Hunt. 
TERRITORIES. 

Florida. 



David Levy. 
Henry Dodge. 
Augustus C. Dodge, 



Wisconsin, 
Iowa, 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT* 

Supreme Court of the United Slates. 

Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in January, 

annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, 
Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, 
John McLean, do. 

Henry Baldwin, do. 
James M. Wayne, do. 
Peter Y. Daniel, do. 
William Catron, do. 
John McKinley, do. 
One vacancy. 

John Nelson, Attorney General, 
Richard Peters, Jr., Reporter of Decisions, 
William T. Carroll, Clerk, 
Alexander Hunter, Marshall, Salary, Fees of office. 



salary, 
do. 


S5.000 
4,500 


do. 
do. 


4,500 
4,500 


do. 
do. 


4,500 
4,500 


do. 
do. 


4,500 
4,500 


do. 
sions. 


4,000 
1,000 
1,000 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. I7l 

UNITED STATES COURTS IN CONNECTICUT. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
April, Circuit — New Haven, Itli Tuesday. 

May, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
September, Circuit — Hartford, 3d Tuesday. 
November, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge ; Charles A. Ingersolb 
Clerk; Charles Chapman, Attorney ; John B. EldridgCi 
Marshall; Charles W. Curtiss, New Haven, Deputy 
Marshall. 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London — Charles F. Lester, Collector; Elijah 
Ames, Dep. ; John French, Surveyor; John Howard, 
Inspector; John Mason, Keeper of Light House. 

Stonington — Giles Hallam, Collector and Surveyor; 
James Stanton, Inspector. 

Middletown — Austin Baldwin, Collector; L. Hub- 
bard, Dep. ; Daniel Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown; 
William Willard, Surveyor, Saybrook ; William Hay- 
den, Surve3^or and Inspector, Hartford. 

New Haven — James Donaghe, Collector; John T. 
Collis, Surveyor; William H.Jones, Inspector, Weigh- 
er and Measurer; Anson T. Colt, Eli Miji, Inspectors 
and Guagers ; John S. Mitchell, David Kimberly, Wil- 
liam Myers, Amos Baker, New Haven; Anthony 
Sto we. Mil ford and Derby; Richard Fowler, Madison 
and Guilford ; Daniel S. Red field, Bran ford and Sachem's 
Head, Inspectors. 

Fairfield — Joseph Thompson, Collector. 



172 iiAvy LIST* 

NAVY LIST* 

Captains — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Jacob 
Jones, Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, William M. 
Crancj Jas.Biddle, Charles G. Ridgeley, John Downes, 
Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alex- 
ander S. Wadsworth, George C. Read, Henry E. Bal- 
lard, E. P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, John B. 
Nicholson, Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap. Catesby Jones, 
William C. Bolton, C. W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearney, 
Foxhall A. Parker, Edward R. McCall, Daniel Turner, 
David Conner, William M. Hunter, John D. Sloat, 
Matthew C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, John T. New- 
ton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence Rosseau, George W. 
Storer^ Beverley Kennon, E. R. Shubrick, F. H. Grego- 
ry, Benjamin Cooper, D. Geisinger^ R. L. Stockton, 
Isaac McKeever, J. P. Zantzinger, W. D. Slater, C. S. 
McCauley, T. M. Newell, E. A. F. Lavalette, W. A. 
Spencer, T. T. Webb, John Percival, J. H. Aulick, W. 
V. Taylor, B. Dulany, Silas H. Stringham, Isaac Mayo, 
William Mervine, T. Crabb, Thomas Paine, James 
Armstrong, Joseph Smoot, Samuel L. Breeze, Benjamin 
Page, John Gwinn, Thomas W. Wyman, Andrew 
Fitzhugh. 

Commanders — Abraham S. Teneick, Hiram Pauld- 
ing, Jonathan D. Williamson, Uriah P. Levy, Charles 
Boarman. F. Forrest, W. Jameson, Charles Gauntt, 
William Ramsey, Ralph Voorhoes, Henry Henry, S. 
W. Downing, Henry W. Ogden, T, A. Conover, John 
C. Long, John H. Graham, J. Mcintosh, Josiah Tatt- 
nall, Hugh N. Page, William Innman, Joel Abbott, L. 
E. Simmonds, John M. Dale, H. H. Cocke, William J. 
McCluney, John B. Montgomery, Horace B. Sawyer, 
C. K. Scribling, Joshua R. Sands, John J. Young, C. H, 
Bell, Abraham Bigelow, Joseph R. Jarvis, Thomas W. 
Frelon, Samuel W. Lecompie, Charles T. Piatt, Wil- 
liam M. Armstrong, William F. Shields, G. P. Pender- 
grast, William C. Nicholson, James B. Cooper, E. W. 
Carpenter, John L. Saunders, Joseph B. Hull, John S. 
Paine, Joseph Moorehead, Thomas Petigru, John S, 
Chauncey, Irvine Shubrick, John Kelly, Edmund Byrne, 
William H. Gardner, David G. Farragut, Stephen B. 



rOREIGN MINISTERS. 173 

Wilson, E. C. Rutlidge, William S. Harris, Thomas A. 
Dornin, R. B. Cunnino;ham, James Glynn, Joseph 
Myers, William C. Wctmore, Thomas R. Gedney, 
John Rubier, Victor M. Randolph, J. Crowninshield, 
Frederick Englc\ J. Rudd, Robert Ritchie, William W. 
McKeon, Franklin Buchanan, Samuel Mercer, Charles 
Lowndes, L. M. Goldsborou^h, George N. Hollis, D. 
N. In^raham, John Marston, Jr., Henry Bruce, William 
D. Newman, Henry Adams, James D. Kriight, Joseph 
Mattison, William S. Walker, Alexander S. McKenzie, 
Geor";e F. Pierson. 



MINISTERS ABROAD. 

Minideis Plenipotentiary. 

Great Britain — Edward Everett, Mass. ; London. 

France — Vacant. 

Russia — Charles S. Todd, Kentucky ; St. Petersburg. 

Prussia— Henry Wheaton, R. I., Berlin. 

Austria — Daniel Jenifer, Md.; Vienna, 

Mexico — Waddy Thompson, S. C; Mexico. 

Brazil — George H. Proffit, Indiana; Rio Janeiro. 

Spain — Washington Irving, N. Y. ; Madrid. 
Commissioners. 

China — Caleb Cushing, Mass. 

Sandwich Isles — George Brown, Mass. 
Charg es d) A (fa I res . 

Netherlands — Christopher Hughes, Md. ; Hague. 

Belgium — Flenry W. Hilliard, Ala.; Brussels. 

Sweden— George W. Lay. N. Y. ; Stockholm. 

Denmark— William W. Irwin, Pa. ; Copenhagen. 

New Grenada — Wm. M. Blackford, Va. ; Bogota. 

Venezuela — Allen A. Hall, Tenn. ; Caraccas. 

Peru — James S. Pickett, Va. ; Lima. 

Texas — William S. Murphy, Ohio , Washington. 

Two Sicilies — Wm. Boulware, Va. ; Naples. 

Portugal — Washington Barrow ; Lisbon. 
I^'oreip;n Ministers accredited. 

From Great Britain, Thomas Packenham. France, 
M. Alph Pageot. Russia, Alex. Bodisco. Spai7i, Chev. 
D'Argaiz. Mexico, J. N. Almonte. Texas, I. Van 
Zandt. Prussia, Baron Roenne. Denmark, M. Steen 
de Bille. — Sardinia-Ct. Co\ohiSino.-Bra.zil.-J . Lisboa. 



174 




NAVY 


LIST. 






VESSELS 


OP WAR OF THE U. S. NAVY. 




Skips of the Line. 






Guns. 




Ouns. 


Franklin, 


74 


Alabama, 


74 


Washington, 


74 


Vermont, 


74 


Columbus, 


74 


Virginia, 


74 


Oiiio, 


74 


Pennsylvania, 


120 


North Carolina, 74 


New York, 


74 


Delaware, 


74 








Frigates, 1st Class. 




Independence, 


(razee) 54 


Cumberland, 


44 


United States 


44 


Sabine, 


44 


Constitution, 


44 


S&vannah, 


44 


Java, 


44 


Raritan, 


44 


Potomac, 


44 


Columbia, 


44 


Brandywine, 


■ 44 


St. Lawrence, 


44 


Hudson, 


44 


Congress, 


44 


Santee, 


44 








Frigates, 2d Class. 




Constellation, 


36| Macedonian, 
Sloops of War. 


36 


John Adams, 


20 


Albany, 20 


Ontario, 


18 


Boston, 


20 


Portsmouth, 20 


Marion, 


16 


Vincennes, 


20 


Germantown, 20 


Decatur, 


16 


Warren, 


20 


Plymouth, 20 


Preble, 


16 


Falmouth, 


20 


Jamestown, 20 


Yorktown, 


16 


Fairfield, 


20 


Cyane, 20 


Dale, 


16 


Vandal i a, 


20 


Levant, 20 






St. Louis, 


20 


Saratoga, 22 








Brigs. 




Somers, 


10 Lawrence, lOi Consort, (sto. shi) 


Dolphin, 


10, Truxton, 10 Lexington, 


do. 


Porpoise, 


10, Perry. 10| Erie, 


do. 


Bainbridge, 


lOj Pioneer (sto. ship)[ Relief, 
Schooners. 


do. 


Shark, 


10 Boxer, 10| Mississippi 


steam. 


Enterprise, 


10 


Experim 


ent, 4 


Iron Steamer. 



INDEX 



Academies, 


107 12 


Agricultural Societies, 117 


Almanack, 5 


Anniversaries, N. Y., 123 


Anti Slavery Society, 115 


Asylum, deaf & dumb, 107 


Athenaeum, 110 


Attorneys. 


Hartford county, 26 


New Haven, ' 


29 


New London, ' 


33 


Fairfield, ' 


36 


Windham, ' 


39 


Litchfield, ' 


42 


Middlesex, * 


45 


Tolland, ' 


47 


Banks. 


Hartford county, 86-88 


New Haven " 88-90 


N. London, '' 90-93 


Fairfield, " 93-95 


Windham, " 95-96 


Middlesex, '' 96-97 


Tolland, " 97-98 


Baptist Literary Inst., 117 


Bible Societies, 114-15 


Summary of Report, 120 


Bishops, Episcopal, 106 


Boroughs. Colchester, 83 


Essex, 84 


Worthington, 84 


Guilford, 84 


Danbury, 


84 



Waterbury, 84 

Norwalk, 85 

Stamford, 85 

Stonington, 85 

Litchfield, 85 

Cities, Hartford, 81 

New Haven, 81 

New London, 82 

Norwich, 82 

Middletown, 83 

Bridgeport, 83 

Clergy, 73-80 

Colleges & Acad., 101-107 

Colonization Society, 115 

Commissioners. 

Turnpikes, Brid- 
ges, and Rail 
Roads, 48-53 

To take acknow- 
ledgment of deeds, 54 
Connecticut, Executive, 17 
Legislative, 18-22^ 

Judicial & Civil, 22-47 
Courts, U. S., 170-171 

State, 5-12 

Probate, 58 

Districts. Senatorial, 47 
Congressional, 85 

Duties, Tariflf, 124-5 

Education Soc, Bap, 117 
Elections in the states, 127 
Funds, State, 162 

Governors, 128 



176 



INDEX. 



Historical Society, 
Institutes, 
Insurance Com., 
Lyceums, 
Masonic, 



112 
111 

98-100 

112-113 

119 



Missionary Soc. aux. 114 
Medical Society, 118-119 
Militia, 129-157 

Natural History Soc, 111 
Notaries Public, 55-57 

Odd Fellows, 119 

Pension Agent, 127 

Post Masters. &c., 59-65 
Post M. G.'s Report, 64 
Rail Roads, 100 

Rates of interest in all 

the States, 125 

Retreat for tlie Insane, 109 
States free of debt, 127 

Steamboat Co. Con. R. 117 
State Prison, 54, 12S 

School Fund, 121 



Surveyors, Land, 120 

Trustees Miss. Soc. 80 

Table of imports & ex. 157 

Temperance Societies, 116 

Town Officers, 66-72 

Tract Society Branch, 114 

Votes for State officers, 158 

Members of Cong., 161-2 

United States Calendar. 

Executive Depart. 163 

Treasury " 163 

Post Office " 164 

War '' 164 

Navy '' 165 

Senate, 165 

Representatives, 167 

Judicial Depart. 170-1 

Custom House Offi. 171 

Ministers abroad, 173 

For. Min. resident, 173 

Navy List, 172 

Commissioners, 173 



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